Dr.Amal Al Najjar


Amal Hassan Salman Al-Najjar, B.Parm., MsFS. TQM. Drug & Poison Information Specialist   Amal Al-Najjar, Bsc Pharm., MS FTox.  She was graduated from College of Pharmacy, King Saud University (KSU) at 1990 with a bachelor's degree of general pharmaceutical science. Immediately, joined King Abdulaziz University Hospital (KAUH) as a staff pharmacist and worked at different sections of the Pharmaceutical Care Division for one year, then promoted to King Khalid University Hospital (KKUH) and enrolled in a two-years clinical toxicology program (1995-1997) under the supervision of very selected experts in collaboration with KSU. After finishing this program, started working as independent drug & poison information pharmacist covering on-call poisoning cases all over the kingdom and gulf area. In 2003, Amal moved to SFHP and was appointed as the in-charge person of DPIC as well as she was appointed as an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy, KSU. in 2014, August, she finished Barnett's Clinical Research Assistance On-Boarding Program. In 2015, August, she got Diploma of Total Quality Management, From American University in Cairo. However, in 2016 she got her master's degree in forensic toxicology from Naïf Arab University for security Sciences. Amal is working currently as the drug information supervisor, as an Institution Review Board Member, and as Pharmacy & Therapeutic Committee Coordinator. She worked as NICU clinical pharmacist for more than 8 years. Amal acts as a clinical preceptor for trainees from different educational programs, including pharmacy internship, residents, and postgraduate master's students. In addition, involves in teaching activity for pharmacy students at KSU, Prince Nora University, and Qassim University. Interested in management of poisoning cases, education, and drug information services. Published number of scientific articles in highly recognized international journals. Presented many presentations at international events inside and outside the Kingdome of Saudi Arabia.

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