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Dr.Feras Jassim Jirjees Academic RankAssistant Professor

Specialization:

  • Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice

Research Interests:

  • Medication adherence, Apply new technologies in managing chronic diseases Assess effectiveness of medications

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Education BSc of Pharmacy, Ajman University, 2003 MPharm, University Sains Malaysia, 2007 Ph.D. of Pharmacy, Queen’s University Belfast, UK, 2018
Research fellow, UK Lecturer at the College of Pharmacy, UAE
UAE Pharmacy Society European Society of Clinical Pharmacy
Selected Research Projects •Jirjees F, Soliman K, Wang Y, Sonawane R, Sheshala R, Jones D, Thakur R. A validated size exclusion chromatography method coupled with fluorescence detection for rapid quantification of bevacizumab in ophthalmic formulations. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 2019, 174: 45–150. •Chen G, Jirjees F, Al Bawab A, McElnay J. Quantification of amlodipine in dried blood spot samples by high performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography B, 2018, 1072: 252-258. •Mahdi H, Hassan Y, Abdul Aziz N, Abdulrazzaq H, Jirjees F, Abduelkarem A. Diabetes knowledge and practice in Malaysian and the United Arab Emirates diabetic patients. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, 2013, 4(3): 653-665. •Ibrahim O, Jirjees F, Mahdi H. Barriers affecting compliance of patients with chronic diseases: a preliminary study in United Arab Emirates (UAE) population, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 2012, 4(2): 42-45.
Teaching Philosophy I find teaching one of the most interesting jobs. My ultimate goal is to help the student getting the knowledge, skills and attitudes that enable her/him to cope with the patient needs and to be a long-life with learner. The ability of teaching students from different cultural backgrounds and selection of reliable information from a wide variety of resources available are real challenges. I believe that teaching is better described as learning, which, in its broad meaning, requires efforts of both the teacher and the learner. We should start from what my students know and take it as a departure point to develop their knowledge, skills and attitude. My main task is to foster critical thinking and to encourage involvement of the students in objective discussions. Developing good relationship among patients and members of the health team is one of the major goals I'm trying to emphasize all through my courses for future pharmacists. Being knowledgeable together with mastering communication and education skills provide the students with the confident attitude required. Humanitarian issues and a sense of humor can add a lot to the understanding of the students and their capability to deal with problems and obstacles.
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