Professional Year 4, Class of 2016

The Current Dean, Dr. Abdulkareem Al Bekairy (3rd from right) and the Founding Dean, Dr. Abdulmalik Alkatheri (3rd from left) met with the Professional Year 4 students, Class of 2016 to discuss and finalize their upcoming graduation on 04 May 2016.

 

After four years in the professional phase, eight (8) students are expected to receive their Pharm.D. Degree this week.  These students are the first batch of graduates for the College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS.

 

Prof. Ali Hajeer Appointment as Asst. Dean, Riyadh Clinical Simulation Center, COM, KSAU-HS

 From L-R: Dr. Abdulmalik Alkatheri, Assistant Vice President, Development and Quality Management, KSAU-HS; Dr. Nabil Khalidi, Chairman, Pharmacy Practice Department, College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS; Prof. Ali Hajeer, Assistant Dean, Riyadh Clinical Simulation Center, College of Medicine, KSAU-HS; Dr. Abdulkareem Al Bekairy, Dean, College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS; Dr. Shmeylan Al Harbi, Associate Dean, Academic and Student Affairs, College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS; Prof. Amjad Qandil, Chairman, Pharmaceutical Sciences Department, College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS 

 

The College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS Administrators led by the Dean, Dr. Abdulkareem Al Bekairy congratulated Prof. Ali Hasan Hajeer for being appointed as the new Assistant Dean, Riyadh Clinical Simulation Center of College of Medicine, KSAU-HS.  This milestone of Prof. Hajeer in his academic career is the result of years of hard work and commitment in advancing the education program in healthcare professions.

 

On behalf of the whole College of Pharmacy, please accept our sincere congratulations and we look forward to having continuous collaboration and mutual support in whatever undertaking that our institution will have in the future.

 

We wish you all the best for your continuing success!

 

 

 

Prof. John Murphy Visit for 2015-2016

From L-R: Dr. Shmeylan Al Harbi, Associate Dean, Academic and Student Affairs, College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS; Prof. John Murphy, Interim Dean, University of Arizona, College of Pharmacy; Dr. Abdulkareem Al Bekairy, Dean, College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS.

 

Because of his proven track record and excellent knowledge and experience, we brought back Prof. John Murphy, Interim Dean, University of Arizona to teach Pharmacogenetics / Pharmacogenomics (PHCS-407) to our Professional Year 2 students for Second Semester, AY 2015-2016.

 

Prof. Murphy also delivered a presentation entitled” “How to write a student research proposal and an Overview of student research: from proposal to publication” to our faculty members as part of the Faculty Enhancement Program of the College of Pharmacy.

Visiting Professors -01 to 04 Feb. 2016

From L-R: Dr. Sheldon Holstad, Director of Research, American College of Clinical Pharmacy; Dr. Abdulmalik Alkatheri, Assistant Vice President, Development and Quality Management, KSAU-HS; Dr. Michael Maddux, Executive Director, American College of Clinical Pharmacy; Prof. John Murphy, Interim Dean, University of Arizona, College of Pharmacy; Dr. Abdulkareem Al Bekairy, Dean, College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS; Dr. Curtis Haas, Director of Pharmacy, University of Rochester Medical Center; Dr. Andrew Donnelly, Director of Pharmacy, University of Illinois Hospital; Dr. Saleh Al Dekhail, Director, Pharmaceutical Care Services, KAMC; Dr. Shmeylan Al Harbi, Associate Dean, Academic and Student Affairs, College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS

 

The College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS and the Pharmaceutical Care Services, KAMC recently hosted a delegation of four (4) representatives of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) for a consultative visit:

 

  • Dr. Michael Maddux, Executive Director, American College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • Dr. Sheldon Holstad, Director of Research, American College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • Dr. Andrew Donnelly, Director of Pharmacy, University of Illinois Hospital
  • Dr. Curtis Haas, Director of Pharmacy, University of Rochester Medical Center

 

The visit was in line with the Memorandum of Agreement between the Ministry of National Guard - Health Affairs (MNG-HA) and American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP).

 

From February 1-4, 2016, the consultation team visited various sites of KAMC and KSAU-HS and met with their respective administrators to:

  • Assess and make recommendations for achieving state-of-the-art comprehensive clinical pharmacy services
  • Explore opportunities  for establishing a core of research and scholarly expertise
  • Determine the current progress of the operational recommendations provided during the ACCP consultative visit last 2012
  • Assure that planned clinical and operational improvements are consistent and in alignment with current MNG-HA transformational efforts towards excellence in patient care, education and research
  • Establish research collaboration between COP and KAIMRC

Health Specialties Program 2016

On 28 January 2016, Thursday, the College of Pharmacy, KSAU-HS will be conducting "THE HEALTH SPECIALTIES PROGRAM" for Health Specialists to be held in Large Auditorium, Ground Floor, College of Public Health & Health Informatics.

 

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