The Faculty of Pharmacy at Yarmouk University has held a free medical day in Kafr Khal under the supervision of Dr. Ali Hmedat. This event is in cooperation with the Kafr Khal Youth Voluntary Charitable Association and was held on Saturday 5/11/2022.

The medical day included more than 10 specialized clinics, including obstetrics and gynecology clinics, an eye examination center with its full services and examination laboratories. Medical and pharmaceutical services were provided to more than 350 attendees. Laboratory tests were performed for more than 150 patients, and eye examinations were conducted for approximately 130 people.

A number of members of the academic and administrative staff of the faculty of Pharmacy and a number of students also participated in the medical day, and the Kafr Khel Voluntary Charitable Youth Association thanked the participants from the College of Pharmacy \ Yarmouk University, headed by Dr. Ali Hmedat, the organizer of the free medical day.


As a part of “The Change Day initiative” under the slogan “Medication without harm” that The Health Institutions Accreditation Council launched it, Faculty of Pharmacy at Yarmouk university held a workshop with the Dean Prof. Mervat Al-Sous and vice-dean Dr. Alaa A. Aljabali and Dr. Omar Gammoh , Dr. Rawan Sharedeh and Dr. Dima Al-Bals.

 Dr. Alaa A. Aljabali, Vice Dean, presented an interactive lecture under the title of “Nano-medicine the way to the future”.

 Dr. Omar Gammoh presented an interactive lecture with the title of “ The Jordanian CYP 450

the goal of such workshop is to enhance the student knowledge about the recent studies related to the pharmacy fields in general and to Nano-medicine and Pharmacogenetic as specific fields.


The Arab Society for Medical Research, emanating from the institutions of the League of Arab States, held its 8th conference in Port Said / Egypt in the period between 7-10/9/2022 under the title "Medical Research and Health Challenges in the Arab World". Dr. Derar Al-Omari from the College of Pharmacy participated in a research paper entitled "The Jordanian Initiative for the Development of Pediatric Medicines". The paper included the call to establish a center to take care of developing suitable pharmaceutical forms for children, as more than 75% of the medicines available globally do not have suitable pharmaceutical forms for them, especially newborns and young ages of them, which forces doctors to use adult medicines that must be modified (such as grinding tablets) then dissolving it in juice to become suitable for giving it to children. This procedure causes a wide array of problems, from lack of dose adjustment to problems of mixed drug stability. The hoped-for center can be established jointly by several parties, such as universities, pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, as well as government agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration. The paper was welcomed and included in the final recommendations of the conference, which will be submitted to the Council of Arab Health Ministers of the League of Arab States.

The faculty of Pharmacy organized a meeting for new accepted students in the faculty on Tuesday 11-10-2022 with the Dean Prof. Mervat Al-Sous and a number of faculty members.
Prof. Al-Sous welcomed the new students, then provided an introduction to Yarmouk University and the College of Pharmacy. Besides, Al-Sous proceeded to speak about the university and college missions, vision, goals and values, then the programs offered by the College of Pharmacy.
Dr. Alaa Al-Jabali, Vice Dean, emphasized the students the need to read the Student's Guide and the Code of Conduct to know their rights and duties in order to adhere to the instructions.
Dr. Rawan Al-Sharideh, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, focused on the importance of academic guidance, how to use it, the process for students to communicate with academic departments in the college, and the importance of following up and using the e-learning system periodically.
Dr. Omar Gammoh, Assistant Dean for Quality Affairs, motivates students and encourages them to provide their best and don't miss any chances to do that.
At the end, with a presentation of the experience of one of the faculty students, Obaidah Al-Rawashdeh, explaining to his colleagues how to deal with the qualitative shift between pre-university and during life, and the most important study methods to raise academic achievement, especially in the first year.

The college of Pharmacy congratulates Dr. Deema Albalass for her verification at the permanent service at yarmouk university wishing her further progress and success.