Centre for Pharmacy 10 years
Centre for Pharmacy celebrates its 10th anniversary at UiB. The center is interdisciplinary between MatNat and MOF while administratively located at K2 with Svein Haavik as director of the center. Today 24 students are annually accepted at the master program in pharmacy. It has become a popular program and has the highest admission requirements among the pharmaceutical schools in Norway.
It is a healthy 10 year old we are talking about. At the same time there is no reason to hide the challenges the center is facing. The study in Pharmacy is not fully funded by the government. It is a clear goal to achieve this. There is a great need for pharmacists in Norway and another goal is to increase the educational capacity to 35 students per year. The teaching of pharmaceutics is currently being held at the University of East Anglia. From 2015 it will be moved to Bergen and the teaching capacity within this subject must be developed at MatNat and MOF. There is a need for more pharmacists with research expertise and work is being done to establish a research school in pharmacy. Centre for Pharmacy also provides opportunities. Master Students in Pharmacy represents a great resource that many of K2 ‘s research groups should take advantage of .
More about the Center for Pharmacy here (in Norwegian).
There is reason to congratulate the Centre for Pharmacy with the first 10 years and wish good luck with the next!
Several members of our editorial staff have been absent due to sickness, causing K2nytt to be somewhat reduced the last 2 weeks and this week.
We regret the inconveniences this may cause for our readers, and wish the absent editorial members a speedy recovery!
Applications to the Norwegian Cancer Society must be approved by the institute. The reason for this is that only projects approved in advance by the institute will get a refund for the contribution margin from the faculty.
The dates for fire safety training have been decided.
These are: 20/2, 20/3, 3/4 (english), 10/4, 15/5 and 26/6
The training will be held in seminar room B from 9.00 to 11.00.
Registration must be sent to Irene Lavik Hjelmaas
BFS application must be reported to the institute by February 21st. Further process will be to quality control the budget, and to clarify requirements from the research counsellor and deductibles.
We are intensifying our hunt for Windows XP computers. All Windows XP computers must be disconnected from the UIB systems as soon as possible. We recommend strongly against using XP on the UoB system after 8 April, including the VPN net. Read more here (in Norwegian).
The safety representatives are encouraged to participate in PUST.
Read more here (in Norwegian).
The Bergen Postgraduate School of Clinical Medicine research is inviting everyone interested to open debate on February 20 at 19-21. The topic of the debate is «Rus på resept?». After the debate, PhD-candidates are invited to a party at Gamle gades, where pizza and beverages will be offered. Here you may socialize and network. Click here for more information about the debate (in Norwegian). Click here to sign up for the party.