Faculty of Pharmacy Faculty of Pharmacy

  • Blended Learning at the Faculty of Pharmacy for the Academic Year 2020/2021 in Light of the Corona Pandemic
    on December 3, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Blended Learning at the Faculty of Pharmacy for the Academic Year 2020/2021 in Light of the Corona Pandemic Students, PharmD In implementation of the decisions of the Academic Council at the Libyan International Medical University, the Faculty of Pharmacy is applying a hybrid learning system for the academic year 2021/2020. The hybrid learning system merges between the face-to-face and distance learning systems where students are divided into small groups ranging from 6, 12, 18, 22 and a maximum of 45 students according to the type of session. During the face to face sessions, all precautions and arrangements are taken into consideration. Moreover, the percentage of distance learning activities ranges between 40% to 70% in the first academic years at the Faculty and reaches 80-90% in the fifth year. All components of distance learning are implemented at the Faculty of Pharmacy using Moodle which is the approved learning management system. It is worth noting that the Faculty of Pharmacy is the first and only Faculty in Libya whose students’ study within the PharmD program, which is an accredited program that grants a Bachelor's degree to pharmacists who are able to provide pharmaceutical care to the patient. The Faculty of Pharmacy at the Libyan International Medical University adopts modern curricula and teaching methods and student-centered learning strategies within an interactive education system where teaching takes place at the Faculty from the first year until graduation over a period of five years. Teaching takes place using problem-based learning, team-based learning and research-based learning strategies.

  • Fifth Year Pharmacy Students Continue their Distance Learning Sessions for the Academic Year 2020/2021
    on December 3, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Fifth Year Pharmacy Students Continue their Distance Learning Sessions for the Academic Year 2020/2021 Students, PharmD Distance learning sessions continues for fifth-year students at the Faculty of Pharmacy. Students have attended, on the 31st of October, the lectures for Marketing and Entrepreneurship within the twentieth educational block entitled “Professional Development”. It is worth noting that the Faculty of Pharmacy is the first and only Faculty in Libya whose students’ study within the PharmD program, which is an accredited program that grants a Bachelor's degree to pharmacists who are able to provide pharmaceutical care to the patient. The Faculty of Pharmacy at the Libyan International Medical University adopts modern curricula and teaching methods and student-centered learning strategies within an interactive education system where teaching takes place at the Faculty from the first year until graduation over a period of five years. Teaching takes place using problem-based learning, team-based learning and research-based learning strategies.

  • Third Year Students at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Team-based Learning (TBL) Sessions
    on December 3, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Third Year Students at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Team-based Learning (TBL) Sessions Students, PharmD On Saturday, October 31, 2020, a team-based learning session was held for third-year Pharmacy students. This session was held within the third week of the ninth block entitled “Infectious Diseases”. Team-based learning sessions include many activities that are carried out individually and collectively, including Case Application, individual assessments (iRAT) and team assessments (tRAT) that are carried out electronically in addition to student-expert discussion session regarding the scientific material of the week. It is worth noting that the Faculty of Pharmacy is the first and only Faculty in Libya whose students’ study within the PharmD program, which is an accredited program that grants a Bachelor's degree to pharmacists who are able to provide pharmaceutical care to the patient. The Faculty of Pharmacy at the Libyan International Medical University adopts modern curricula and teaching methods and student-centered learning strategies within an interactive education system where teaching takes place at the Faculty from the first year until graduation over a period of five years. Teaching takes place using problem-based learning, team-based learning and research-based learning strategies.

  • Third Year Students at the Faculty of Pharmacy Participate Remotely in Problem Based Learning (PBL) Sessions
    on January 3, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Third Year Students at the Faculty of Pharmacy Participate Remotely in Problem Based Learning (PBL) Sessions Students, PharmD As part of the problem-based earning sessions for third year students at the Faculty of Pharmacy, the tutor availability session was held on the 27th of October, then the debriefing session was held on the 28th of October. This session is part of the ninth educational block entitled “Infectious Diseases”. The session was implemented remotely for all groups using the University's Learning Management System “Moodle”. It is worth noting that the Faculty of Pharmacy is the first and only Faculty in Libya whose students’ study within the PharmD program, which is an accredited program that grants a Bachelor's degree to pharmacists who are able to provide pharmaceutical care to the patient. The Faculty of Pharmacy at the Libyan International Medical University adopts modern curricula and teaching methods and student-centered learning strategies within an interactive education system where teaching takes place at the Faculty from the first year until graduation over a period of five years. Teaching takes place using problem-based learning, team-based learning and research-based learning strategies.