QU ACADEMIC APPOINTED AS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACY

Qatar University’s College of Pharmacy (QU-CPH) Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Practice Dr. Derek Stewart and Manager of Academic Quality Assurance at Vice President for Medical and Health Sciences Office has been appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy. The International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy (IJCP) is published by Springer Nature and offers a platform for research articles in the broad field of clinical pharmacy and related subjects. The journal publishes…

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UAE opens two hospitals in Somaliland

A delegation from the Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation has opened two hospitals in the Republic of Somaliland. The first, is the “Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Hospital,” in the city of Berbera, northwestern Somalia, and the second, is a specialised hospital for women, childbirth and neonatal care, in the city of Burao, the second largest city in Somaliland. The move comes in line with the directives of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa…

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Ministry of Public Health Updates List of Groups Eligible for Home Quarantine

​Based on the previously announced policies for travel and return from abroad to Qatar and in light of the recent medical developments concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, an update has been made to the list of groups eligible for home quarantine. This update will become effective starting Sunday, 24 January 2021, at 2:00 pm , at all ports of entry to the country. ​The following categories will be exempted from the hotel quarantine requirement and will…

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New Zealand visitors to need negative tests

Wellington, Travelers to New Zealand from most other nations will need to show negative coronavirus test results before boarding as of next Monday.   New Zealand recently imposed the test requirement for travelers from the U.S. and Britain, and authorities said Tuesday that it is being extending to all other countries, with the exception of Australia and a handful of Pacific Island nations. Travelers returning from Antarctica are also exempt.   COVID-19 Response Minister Chris…

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QU ACADEMIC APPOINTED AS PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF CLINICAL PHARMACY

Dr. Derek Stewart, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Practice at the QU College of Pharmacy and Manager of Academic Quality Assurance at Vice President for Medical and Health Sciences Office QU has been appointed as the President of the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy. The European Society of Clinical Pharmacy is an international leader in advancing quality and innovation in clinical pharmacy education, practice and research. The mission of the society is to promote, support,…

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More people to access the COVID-19 vaccine as priority group age threshold lowered

​In continuation of the implementation of the national strategy for vaccination against COVID-19, which consists of four phases distributed over the course of this year, the Ministry of Public Health has announced the amendment of the age threshold for priority groups to receive the vaccine. The change means all residents and citizens aged 60 years and above are eligible to receive the vaccine. Along with the addition of other categories of people with chronic diseases,…

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