QU pharmacy students complete training
January 13 2017 11:34 PM
The QU-CPH students with the Lord-Lieutenant of Aberdeen and RGU’s Prof Lesley Diack.

Three 4th-year pharmacy students from Qatar University College of Pharmacy (QU-CPH) completed a training course in Scotland as part of their Structured Practical Experience Placements (SPEP) programme.
One student trained at PAMIS, a community charity providing support for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, while the others students trained at Rowlands Pharmacy, one of the largest and longest established UK chain of local community pharmacies.
The trip is part of a collaboration established last year between CPH and Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University (RGU). The students Nawal Bensmail, Noora al-Hamad and Amani Faisal al-Haddad completed a one-month rotation in Scotland. The students also had the opportunity to meet with the Lord-Lieutenant of Aberdeen.
CPH dean Dr Mohamed Diab said the institution places great emphasis on providing students with a wide range of learning opportunities and experiences to enrich their education.
CPH assistant dean for students affairs Alla El Awaisi pointed out that international SPEP experiences are great opportunities for the students to gain various perspectives on pharmaceutical care and practice in different countries.
Professor of Transdisciplinary and Technology Enhanced Learning at RGU School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences and student rotation supervisor Prof Lesley Diack said the QU-CPH students showed high standards of professionalism and

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