This short course provides an overview of the whole continuum of management, with emphasis on project management. It is intended to provide middle-level health care professionals basic as well as practical knowledge on how to formulate a project and how to manage a project. Their competencies will be enhanced through the different practical workshops, particularly those pertaining to case analysis, problem identification, decision-making and prioritization, project planning and implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. The course is designed to serve as basic reference for health care professionals interested in project management and/or general management fundamentals.
Every quarter, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology facilitates service to its charity patients by sponsoring Blood Drives. Availability of blood components is a key life-saving component, especially in the fulfillment of the Millennium Development Goals of decreasing maternal mortality.
With the guidance of the faculty-in-charge (FIC), this course guides students in assessing the dietary needs of a patient/client in need of dietary intervention. They formulate diet plans (with the guidance of the FIC who is a registered nutritionist-dietitian) and implement the diet plans with the patients and/or clients. They also monitor and evaluate the diet therapy.
This training course provides skills for anaerobic bacteriology, which includes media preparation, anaerobiosis, isolation, and identification of anaerobes.
This refresher course is meant for graduates who want to take the licensure exam for the fourth time. Enrollees must show proof of completion before being allowed to take the fourth exam. This refresher course is based on Resolution No. 8, Series of 1998, promulgated on October 29, 1999 by Professional Regulation Commission.
This mission sought to help patients with AVF seen in the Surgery OPD clinics.
This extension service is focused on exposing high school students and providing them an academic experience in the pharmaceutical chemistry setting. The guided activities include performing laboratory work in the current researches of faculty members, assisting in the development of lab experiments for pharmacy students, and analysis of data.
The Department offers consultation services to students and professionals on their researches. Research topics covered in consultations range from natural products analysis, methods development, bioassay, biochemistry and to waste disposal. This service has been offered since 2014, and can be availed either through formal request or by walking-in.
In response to the dynamic regulations imposed to drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices, the Department of Industrial Pharmacy added training sessions on Quality Risk Management, Risk Management Planning, and Quality Metrics. A series of lectures and workshops, this short course aims to help participants develop plans to monitor pharmaceutical systems and processes by identifying potential risks, their potential impact to products, and propose corrective and preventive actions if the need arises. These efforts will drive continuous improvements in the pharmaceutical industry, hospital and community pharmacies.
This course aims to develop dysphagia specialists among speech pathologists and other health professionals. It focuses on comparative physiology of normal and non-normal swallow in the pediatric and adult populations, as well as the multidisciplinary team approach to dysphagia.