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Published by Afterschool.my on Feb 27, 2013, 10:12 am
Pharmacy graduates can now go through their training outside of government hospitals and facilities. This was announced recently by the Health Ministry to help increase the pharmacist-people ratio for the next three years.
Pharmacy graduates can undergo their Provisionally Registered Pharmacists (PRP) training at private pharmacy facilities, such as private hospitals, R&D industries and community pharmacies that are accredited by the Malaysian Pharmacy Board.
In September 2011, PRP was shortened from a three-year period to only one year.
Malaysia’s aging population brings in revenue to the pharmaceutical industry
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