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MUPY welcomed Exchange Students from Meiji Pharmaceutical University

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Since 01 December 2022  
On December 1, 2022, during 09.00 a.m. - 12.00 p.m., Assist. Prof. Supatat Chumnumwat, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, along with Assist. Prof. Jennis Meanwatthana and Dr. Amporn Songkasiri provided a warm welcome to two exchange students from Meiji Pharmaceutical University (MPU), Japan. The orientation meeting was held at Room 404, Rajaratana Building. Two Japanese undergraduate students included 1) Ms. Kazuna FUJIHASHI 2) Ms. Keiko KUMAGAI. They participated in the Professional Training Program in Clinical Pharmacy physically arranged by MUPY’s International Relations Unit during December 1, 2022, until January 27, 2023 at the Faculty of Pharmacy and affiliated training sites such as teaching hospital of Mahidol University, BMA’s Healthcare Service Center, Chaophraya Abhaibhubejhr Hospital, and community pharmacy. The objective of this training program was to provide the participating students with international experiences focusing on clinical pharmacy in hospitals, healthcare centers, and drug store, allowing them to explore and compare the healthcare system of Thailand and Japan as well as traditional medicine in both countries. Also, this activity could help increase mutual understanding of the differences in the profession and responsibilities of pharmacists between the two countries. Besides, participating in this program could help develop the students’ English language skill, cross-cultural communication, and interpersonal communication skills. This also determined to increase academic staff, pharmacists, and student’s worldwide exposure, resulting in leveraging the global visibility of the Faculty of Pharmacy and its training sites. Furthermore, this exchange program supported the Faculty’s Missions in terms of serving as the portal for professional services that encompasses drugs, herbal medicine, cosmetics and dietary supplement to support the sustainable development of the nation. It also responded to the SDG’s Goal 4th: Reduce inequality within and among countries, Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries, and Goal 17th: Partnership for the Goals to strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.

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