Year 2014

7th-11th April 2014: Medication Management & Use System (Prescribing/Pharmacy) Upgrade from Version 10.4.8 to 10.9.2.

25th June 2014 (morning): Wacana Ubat-Ubatan- Di Sebalik Nama: Fahami Apa Itu Ubat Generik (Discourse on Medication- Behind the Name: Understanding Generic Medications).

25th June 2014 (afternoon): Wacana Ubat-Ubatan- Forum Tentang Penggunaan Alkohol dalam Produk Farmaseutikal Internal (Usage of Alcohol in Internal Pharmaceuticals).

28th June 2014: Model of Good Care (MOGC) Workshop- Outpatient Dispensing.

16th August 2014: UMMC Pharmacy Seminar in Collaboration with MSD.

19th August 2014: Pharmacy Raya Aidilfitri celebration (Jamuan Raya Farmasi) 2014.

25th to 28th August 2014: Baxter ExactaMix (EM) 2400 compounding machine training.

25th September 2014: UMMC's World Pharmacist Day celebration- "Access to Pharmacists is Access to Health".

26th September 2014: UMMC's e-M.A.S.S. Workshop.

3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th December 2014: CME on Drug Preparation & Prescribing for Pediatric House Officers and Nurses.


Seminar Room 1, 11th Floor, Bangunan Pediatrik, Kompleks Kesihatan Wanita & Kanak-kanak


To highlight issues regarding the prescribing, reconstitution and preparation of combination antibiotics (eg. Co-amoxiclav, Co-trimoxazole, Piperacillin + Tazobactam & Ampicillin + Sulbactam) & also syrup preparations in pediatric setting.

27th December 2014 - 2nd January 2015: UMMC's Flood Relief Mission Phase 1 & Phase 2

There was a major scale flood hit South East Asia region, including southern Thailand and Malaysia with regards to the monsoon changes.

Since 15th December 2014, more than 200,000 people were affected and evacuated. The death toll was 21 people.

Hence UMMC organized a Flood Relief Mission, joint venture with Faculty of Medicine, UiTM.

State covered: Kelantan

Phase 1: 50 volunteers (deployed on 27th December 2014)

Phase 2: 43 volunteers (deployed on 30th December 2014)

The volunteers were healthcare professionals consisting of doctors, pharmacists, nurses and attendants.

The volunteers were divided into 18 subgroups and were deployed to the different temporary relief centres.

There was also one mobile team which consists of one team leader, one pharmacist and three medical officers.


  • Logistics and distribution of medications, medical supplies (and some equipments) to the areas affected (and depleted of medications).

  • Liaison officer of the team for medication supply arrangements with other relevant parties. e.g: MOH, JKN Kelantan, NGOs.

  • Providing concise drug information to the prescribers. e.g: paediatric dosing, empirical treatments, topical preparations, prophylaxis for cholera, drug dilution and more.

  • First aid for the rest of the team members in case of emergency. e.g: if team members experienced AGE (acute gastroenteritis) and more.

Packing of medications by Pharmacy Students in UMMC.

Inside the C-130 military aircraft.

Unloading of medications, medical supplies, food and other equipments once reached the airport.

Voluntary help from sisters, nurses, and MOs to divide and prepare the basic medication kits!

Some of the medications nicely arranged by the subgroups in Tumpat and Tanah Merah.

Briefing by the team leaders: Prof Madya Dr. Mohd Idzwan Zakaria, Prof Madya Dr. Nik Sherina, Dr. Izzat Ismail (UiTM).

ORS sachets were pre mixed in drinking water bottles. Doses given stat by the MOs.

Victims rushing to get food supplies from the NGOs.

The flood.

The aftermath.

A big thank you to everyone who was involved!