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Title: iBulletin180913
Date: 13-Sep-2018
Category: iBulletin


WORLD PHARMACISTS DAY 2018 IN MALAYSIA

For more information on each states? events please visit:

>>> States WPD: http://www.mps.org.my/index.cfm?&menuid=209


T-SHIRTS FOR WORLD PHARMACISTS DAY 2018

Advance order for WPD T-shirts now open.

There are sizes for adults and children and also options for the slogan. Price is RM25 for adults, and RM20 for children. Delivery options can be either self-pick up at the venue, or through post (with delivery charges)

Make your order now at this link

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeSBjQmkv3HZbxZX5fN5viBaF3Jo-mgYf_GN91UTvbKE7XW7w/viewform

>>> T-shirt poster


PHARMACY RESEARCH PRIORITIES IN MALAYSIA

The Ministry of Health is committed to transform the health system towards better health services delivery for the rakyat. Pharmaceutical services, being an integral part of the health system, must be able to meet the healthcare needs and expectations of the people. Accordingly, the Pharmaceutical Services Programme recognised that scientific research is the fundamental to aid in policy decision-making and subsequently drive new policies and achieve the goals stipulated in the Pharmacy Programme Strategic Plan 2017-2020. Therefore, setting the priorities for pharmacy research is absolutely crucial to bridge knowledge gaps, maximise resources and support the development of evidence-based policies. It is with deep satisfaction that the Pharmaceutical Services Programme has conceptualised the research priorities specifically for the pharmacy profession and pharmaceutical services in Malaysia

The main objective of outlining the Pharmacy Research Priorities in Malaysia is to streamline research activities to produce relevant data and evidence needed to fill the critical knowledge gaps to address national problems. FIVE research priority domains and a number of research scopes/areas have been identified.

Individuals and healthcare organisations embarking on research are encouraged to use these research priority areas to design and shape their future research proposals.

The five research priority domain are 1) Access to medicines 2) Monitoring and evaluation of outcomes 3) Quality and safe use of medicine and sustainability 4) Optimisation of therapy and pharmacy services delivery and 5) National databases / Big data analytics

For the details:

>>> https://www.pharmacy.gov.my/v2/ms/dokumen/pharmacy-research-priorities-malaysia.html

or

>>> Pharmacy Research Priorities Malaysia 2018.pdf


MALAYSIAN CLINICAL PHARMACY SYMPOSIUM (MCPS) 2.0 | 24th Nov 2018

Malaysian Clinical Pharmacy Symposium (MCPS) 2.0 is the second version of MCPS introduced by the Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society-Young Pharmacist Chapter (MPS-YPC). In line with the interests from our participants, MCPS 2.0 will be focusing on pharmacotherapeutics and pharmaceutical care in oncology, covering topics such as chemotherapy, supportive care, targeted therapy, and also introducing new insights on cancer treatment in Malaysian settings.

Date: 24th November 2018 (Saturday)
Time: 8.00am - 5.00pm
Venue: University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Kuala Lumpur Campus.
Theme: Pharmacotherapy & Pharmaceutical Care in Oncology

Previously a half-day symposium, MCPS 2.0 now brings you a FULL-day symposium with more informative talks at similarly affordable ticket prices! Don't miss out on the chance to engage with our prestigious speakers and learn from real life case discussions supported by evidence-based medicine (EBM).

For more information on registration packages, terms and conditions, and payment methods, head over to our Malaysian Clinical Pharmacy Symposium ? MCPS 2.0 Facebook page at

>>> https://www.facebook.com/MalaysianClinicalPharmacySymposiumMCPS2.0/

Sign up with us through the following link now!

>>> https://goo.gl/forms/Z6HWpkK7uxvSfewW2


PHARMSPORTS 2018

PharmSports 2018 is happening. Catch it in one month?s time in Kota Bharu, with the main venue at the Sports Complex USM Kelantan and various other locations around the city.

This event, organised by the Kelantan Area Committee, aims to gather pharmacists from all sectors. It is co-organized with Bahagian Perkhidmatan Farmasi, Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Kelantan and Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia. It is reported by the organiser that a total of 900 pharmacists is joining the event, making it one of the biggest pharmacists gathering in sporting event to date.

So mark out the dates in 13 - 14 October 2018, which coincides with the Hari Sukan Negara.

There will be 6 games in the competition, namely futsal, badminton, volleyball, netball, table tennis and bowling.

For more information please contact me organiser MPS Kelantan Area Committee at:


CONSUMER COMPLAINT HOTLINE

If you need to make a complaint over consumer issues, like overpricing in shops, markets, restaurants, you can now do so at the Consumer Ministry WhatsApp number.

You can use KPPDNK hotline 019 2794317 to send information and must contain

  1. Your name
  2. Picture of the price tag
  3. The name & address of the outlet


COMPLAINT RELATED TO HEALTHCARE HOTLINE

For complains related to healthcare you can use the Ministry of Health hotline

  1. http://moh.spab.gov.my/eApps/system/index.do

    or

  2. aduanproduk@npra.moh.gov.my

VACANCY

  • Pharmacist - Community Pharmacy (Kajang)/ Please email your complete CV /Resume at farehazukri@gmail.com or Contact Ms Nur Fareha at 010-563 3405/017-240 3596
  • Pharmacist - Nextage Pharmacy (Serdang)/ send your resume to laily.zoehairi@gmail.com or call 0179558817 (Pn Laily)
  • Pharmacist - FirstCare Pharmacy Sdn Bhd (Bukit Tinggi, Klang)/ kindly email resume to limzhanxu@yahoo.com or whatsapp to us at 010-7611692
  • Pharmacist - Sainuka Habib Sdn Bhd (Sungai Buloh)/please email your resume to hqsainukahabib@gmail.com or contact at 03-60381810/019-690 0488/019-676 0660


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