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  • Patient Compliance: Fact or Fiction?

    Patient Compliance: Fact or Fiction? AK MOHIUDDIN Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy, World University of Bangladesh The word ‘compliance’ comes from the Latin word complire, meaning to fill up and hence to complete an action, transaction, or process and to fulfil a promise. In the Oxford English Dictionary, the relevant definition is ‘The acting in accordance with, or the yielding to a desire, request, condition, direction, etc.; a consenting to act in conformity with; an acceding to; practical assent”. Compliance…

  • Mandatory training in aged care- issues for Australian organisations and workers

    Mandatory training in aged care- issues for Australian organisations and workers Graham Blaxell B.A. Dip. Ed. Macquarie University, Australia There are significant issues related to the implementation of Mandatory Compliance Training in Not For Profit Aged Care provision in Australia. This paper provides an overview of those issues through an autoethnographic approach based on my 4 decades as an educator. It critiques the application of Mandatory Compliance Training using contemporary understandings of adult learning. Keywords: Aged Care, Australia, Autoethnography

  • Patient Rights in Pharmacy Profession

    Patient Rights in Pharmacy Profession AK MOHIUDDIN Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy, World University of Bangladesh Pharmacy is regarded as one of the most trusted professions in the world. Doctors are very important part of our society. They diagnose the disease and prescribe the medicines for the treatment of the diseases. Like Doctors, Pharmacist is also very important personality because he formulates the medicines, which are prescribed by doctors. So, we can say that without pharmacist, doctors cannot improve the…

  • Emergency presentation of a giant paraoesophageal hernia- A case report

    Emergency presentation of a giant paraoesophageal hernia- A case report Amin Tanveer1,a, Sumeet Singh2,b, Asiri Arachchi3,c, Abhinav Vasudevan3,d aSurgical registrar, Department of General Surgery Peninsula Health PO Box 52, 2 Hastings Road, Frankston, Victoria, Australia; bMonash Medical University Student, Department of General Surgery Box Hill Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria Australia; cSurgical Registrar, Department of General Surgery Box Hill Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria Australia; dGasteroenterologist, Box Hill Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria Australia An emergency presentation of a paraoesophageal hernia with acute respiratory distress and…

  • Ethics and Professionalism: Pharmacy Profession

    Ethics and Professionalism: Pharmacy Profession AK MOHIUDDIN Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy, World University of Bangladesh Pharmacy is regarded as one of the most trusted professions in the world. Doctors are very important part of our society. They diagnose the disease and prescribe the medicines for the treatment of the diseases. Like Doctors, Pharmacist is also very important personality because he formulates the medicines, which are prescribed by doctors. So, we can say that without pharmacist, doctors cannot improve the…

  • The Positive Influence of Professional Practice on the Professional Identity of Social Work Major Students

    The Positive Influence of Professional Practice on the Professional Identity of Social Work Major Students Juan Li Department of Ethnology and Sociology, Inner Mongolia University, No. 235 University West Road, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia,China Based on the in-depth interviews with ten social work major students in Inner Mongolia university, a qualitative research was conducted on the positive impacts of professional internship on their professional identity. The research results show that professional practice can significantly affect the professional identity of social worker…

  • PhD Students Participate in the Worlds Highest Academic Conference A Study on the Difference Between Taiwan and Croatia

    PhD Students Participate in the World’s Highest Academic Conference- A Study on the Difference Between Taiwan and Croatia Biing-Huei Chen, Fei-Chuan Chen, Kuei-Chih, Chuang Graduate School of Technological and Vocational Education National Yunlin University of Science and Technology In this study, as doctoral graduate students who participated positive action in international academic presentation between the International Conference on Engineering Education (ICEE2015), and 2015 International Symposium on Cultural Differences (ISCD2016) and 2016 International Symposium on Urban Construction of Rural Culture (ISUCRC2014)….

  • Class Size and Quality Academic Achievement Among Girls in Mathematics in Secondary Education in Kisumu County

    Class Size and Quality Academic Achievement Among Girls in Mathematics in Secondary Education in Kisumu County Josephine Adhiambo Agunda, Henry Onderi, Jack Ajowi Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology Female students tend to take fewer mathematical courses at higher education level due to low performance in mathematics at secondary school level. A number of studies both qualitative and quantitative have attempted to find out causes of low achievement in mathematics among females, Researchers have majorly focused on school…

  • The Maternal Outcomes and its Determinants among Pregnant Women Complicated by Severe Preeclampsia at Hidar 11 Hospital

    The Maternal Outcomes and its Determinants among Pregnant Women Complicated by Severe Preeclampsia at Hidar 11 Hospital NIGUSS CHERIE1, AHMED MOHAMMED2 1Department of public health, Wollo University, Ethiopia 2Asayta Hospital, Afar, Ethiopia Background: Pre-eclampsia is one of the causes of maternal morbidity and mortality throughout the world. It is common problem in developing countries. This study was aimed to assess the maternal outcomes of severe pre-eclampsia among pregnant women admitedand managed at at Hidar 11 Hospital in 2018. Methods: A…

  • ART (Anti Retroviral Therapy) Induced Anemia: Case Series

    ART (Anti Retroviral Therapy) Induced Anemia: Case Series Gundramy Reddy.Sravani1, M.Rameela1, Seetharam babu1, T.S.Durga Prasad2 1Department of Pharmacy Practice, Sri Padmavathi School of Pharmacy, Tiruchanoor, Tirupati; 2 Department of Pharmacy Practice, Sri Padmavathi School of Pharmacy, Tiruchanoor, Tirupati Anemia is a common finding in patients on Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NRTI’s) among which LAMIVUDINE induced anemia is uncommon whereas ZIDOVUDINE induced anemia is common. This is the first case series related to TLE (TENOFOVIR + LAMIVUDINE + EFAVIRENZ) regimen induced…