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Dr.Osama Hussein Mohamed Ibrahim Academic RankAssociate Professor

Specialization:

  • Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice

Research Interests:

  • Clinical Pharmacokinetics and dose adjustment, Role of pharmacists in chronic disease management, Drug use evaluation, Pharmaceutical care and its impact on patient health

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- PhD (Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice), Oregon State University, OR, USA, 2004. - Minor in Biostatistics, Oregon state University, OR, USA 2004. - Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, 1993.
- College of Pharmacy, University of Sharjah, UAE 2007 to date. - College of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, Cairo University 2004 to 2007 - College of Pharmacy, Oregon State University, OR, USA from 2003-2004.
- Chairman of students training committee, college of Pharmacy at University of Sharjah, (2009 –current). - Pharmacy Practice Unit coordinator, College of Pharmacy, University of Sharjah (2012 – current). - Member of college of Pharmacy, university of Sharjah curriculum committee (2008 – current). - Member of assessment committee at college of Pharmacy, University of Sharjah (2008 – current). - Editorial board member of Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2012 – Current) - Editorial board member of Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy (2012- Current) - Reviewer at Clinical medicine and diagnostics journal (2012 – Current) - Oral presentation, University of Sharjah, Sharjah, UAE, December 2013, Establishment of Pharmacist Managed Warfarin Clinic. - Guest speaker, UAE Ministry of Health, Rational drug use in UAE, Sharjah, December 2012. - Oral Presentation, European Society of Clinical Pharmacy (ESCP) Annual Symposia, October 2011, Dublin, (Impact of Clinical Pharmacist Intervention on Decreasing Incidence of Preventable Adverse Drug Events After Hospital Discharge). - Poster presentation, European Society of Clinical Pharmacy (ESCP) Annual Symposia, October 2011, Dublin, Ireland (Drug and antibiotic Use Evaluation in University Teaching Hospital in Egypt Before and After Antibiotic Control Group Intervention) - Poster presentation, European Society of Clinical Pharmacy (ESCP) Annual Symposia, October 2011, Dublin, Ireland (Role of community Pharmacists in health care promotion: patients’ perspective). - Poster presentation, American Pharmacists Association Annual meeting, Seattle, USA, March, 2011 (Clinical Evaluation of Intreurethral Gel Injection to Treat Erectile Dysfunction). - Combat Antibiotic Resistance, World Health Organization Day, Keynote speaker, University of Sharjah, 2011 - Oral Presentation, Third International Meeting On Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, June 2010, Istanbul, Turkey (The Effect of Medication Compliance on Control of Chronic Diseases) - Medication Safety, Continuous Education Workshop for pharmacists, Keynote speaker, UAE Ministry of Health, Ajman, UAE, 2010
- Member of American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) (2013-current) - Scientific officer of Emirates Medical Association (2011- Current) - Member of International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Collaboration, 2010-present - Member of the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy (ESCP), 2011-2012 - Member of American Pharmacists Association (APhA) (2004-Current) - Member of the Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Society (Life time member) - Member of Egyptian Board of Pharmacy (1993- Current)
- Research project about new anticoagulants and their use in different population. On going - Investigating the effect of drug interaction on Dabigatran in AMI patient. On going
• Osama H. Mohamed Ibrahim, Rana Ibrahim, Derar Abdek Qader, Ahmed Al Meslamani, Nadia Al Mazrouei, Virtual pharmacist interventions on abuse of over-the-counter medications during COVID-19 versus traditional pharmacist interventions, Journal of American Pharmacists Association, Vol 61(3):331-339, 2021. • Osama H. Mohamed Ibrahim, Rana Ibrahim, Derar Abdek Qader, Ahmed Al Meslamani, Nadia Al Mazrouei, Kareen Raily, Evaluation of the use and attitudes of pregnant and postpartum women towards medicine utilization during pregnancy in the United Arab Emirates: A national cross-sectional study. International Journal of Clinical Practice. 2021. • Derar Abdel Qader , Ahmed Al Meslamani, Abdallah Albassam, Asmaa El-Shara, Najla Ismael, Salim Hamadi, Osama Mohamed Ibrahim, Nadia Al Mazrouei, Community pharmacists’ knowledge of and attitudes toward antibiotic use, resistance, and self-medication in Jordan, Drug and Therapy perspective, Vol 17(1):44-53, 2021. • Nadia Al Mazrouei, Rana Ibrahim, Derar Abdel Qader, Ahmed Al Meslamani, Osama H. Mohamed Ibrahim, A novel educational approach for improving medication-related problems in community pharmacies, Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2021. • Osama H. Mohamed Ibrahim, Rana Ibrahim, Derar Abdel Qader, Ahmed Al Meslamani, Nadia Al Mazrouei, Evaluation of Telepharmacy Services in light of COVID-19, Telemedicine and e-health, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1089/tmj.2020.0283 • Derar Abdel Qader , Ahmed Al Meslamani, Abdallah Albassam, Asmaa El-Shara, Najla Ismael, Salim Hamadi, Nadia Al Mazrouei, Osama Mohamed Ibrahim, Investigating prescribing errors in the emergency department of a large governmental hospital in Jordan. Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research, Vol.11(4):375-382, 2020. • Osama H. Mohamed Ibrahim, Rana Ibrahim, Ahmed Al Meslamani, Nadia Al Mazrouei,, Dispensing errors in community pharmacies in the united arab emirates: Investigating incidence, types, severity, and causes, Pharmacy practice, Vol 18(4):1-8, 2020. • Osama H. Mohamed Ibrahim, Rana Ibrahi, Noor AlTamimy, Kareen Raily, Challenges associated with mental health management: Barriers and consequences, Saudi Pharmaceutical journal. Vol 28(8):971-976, 2020. • Derar Abdel Qader , Abdallah Albassam, Najla Ismael, Nadia Al Mazrouei, Osama Mohamed Ibrahim, Awareness of Antibiotic Use and Resistance in Jordanian Community, Journal of Primary Care and Community Heralth, Vol.11,2020. • Osama H. Mohamed Ibrahim, Rana Ibrahim, Ahmed Al Meslamani, Nadia Al Mazrouei, Role of telepharmacy in pharmacist counselling to coronavirus disease 2019 patients and medication dispensing errors, Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2020. • Rand Hussein and Osama H. Mohamed Ibrahim, Assessment of treatment-related problems and associated factors among hospitalized patients in the United Arab Emirates: a retrospective study. Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research, Vol 10(2):261-266, 2019. • Hala El Ganzoury, Osama H. Mohamed Ibrahim , Ayman Noreddin, Arwa El Kabbi and Sameh Soliman, Early transition toward a computer-based examination system: the perception of senior university students in the Middle East. Pharmacy Education, Vol 19(1):406-410, 2019.
- Implementation of Pharmaceutical care in UAE. - The prevalence of Vit. D deficiency in USE residents. - Role of Pharmacists in dose adjustment of Muslim patients during Ramadan. - Thalassemia - Warfarin versus new oral anticoagulants
- Ideal pharmacist Award. Awarded by Egyptian Ministry of Health, Cairo Egypt, 2005. - Included in Who's Who 2013-2014. Medicine and Health Care Sixth Edition.
- Member of Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee at University of Sharjah, Hospital (2011 – current). - Vice president of International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Collaboration, UAE Chapter (2013 – current) - Consultancy for University of Sharjah Hospital (2011-Current) - Scientific officer of Emirates Medical Association (2011- Current) - Anticoagulation workshop for local community and hospital pharmacists. College of Pharmacy, University of Sharjah, Wednesday, 9th of April 2014. - Patient Counseling Competition. College of Pharmacy, University of Sharjah, UAE. Wednesday the 16th and Thursday the 17th of April, 2014. - “Workshop on post-graduate opportunities in Pharmacy”: Workshop planning, organizing and moderating. June, 2013
My philosophy of teaching is based on the belief that learning needs to be student centered and that students need to be equal partners in the learning process. My role involves using my expertise to put the necessary resources in the hands of the students or more likely to be sure that my students are well equipped to find and evaluate the resources they need to answer their questions. To me the most important skills that I can help an undergraduate student develop are the skills of information fluency: i.e. their ability to write and critically think about the information that is bombarding them as they enter or continue in the pharmacy profession. Regardless of content, I also think that students should leave their courses with skills that they will use in their everyday lives. These basic skills include problem solving and critical thinking, research and writing proficiency, and effective communication ability. I have designed all of my courses to include components that impart these skills. I use many different teaching techniques to achieve my philosophy. Pharmacy Practice and clinical Pharmacy is a discipline in which many teaching techniques can be used, particularly hands-on activities. Throughout my years of teaching I have worked very hard to build teaching collections so that most of my courses may include an element of hands-on learning.
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