Prof Salmiah Mohd. Ali
As a pharmacist with 30 years of experience in various fields of pharmacy and more than 15 years of academic experience in UiTM. I was the foundation and ex-dean of Faculty of Pharmacy. I established the Diploma in Pharmacy (1997) and Bachelor of Pharmacy in UiTM (2000). My vast experience is instrumental in offering these programs and recently the Masters in Pharmacy Practice by course work (2009). My experienced as a pharmacist and head of departments in Ministry of Health in various disciplines of pharmacy as in Hospital and Administrative, Community, Law and Legislative pharmacy (Selangor State Enforcement Unit), Quality Control, Procurement and Warehousing and Manufacturing in Drug Control Laboratory and Central Store (MUS, MoH) from 1981 -1998.
As an academician, my areas of interests are in various fields of pharmacy practice of social pharmacy, administrative pharmacy, hospital and community pharmacy, legislative and regulatory pharmacy and others. Pharmacoepidemiology,
Pharmacoeconomics, Adverse Drug Reactions, Using quantitative and qualitative research methodologies using Computer Aided Qualitative Data Analysis (CAQDAS using NVivo software) approaches are some areas of specialization.
- PhD. (Pharmacy Practice) 2006 University of Nottingham, UK
- MSc. (Management) 1995 Universiti Utara Malaysia,
- B. Pharm. (Honours) 1980 Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang,
- Diploma in Management 1987 Institut Tadbir Awam, Kuala
- Registered Pharmacist Since 1981 Pharmacy Board of Malaysia
- Life Member Since 1997 Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society
- Life member 12 May 2007 Gerontology Society of Malaysia (GEM)
- Life member 1 July 2007 Qualitative ResearchAssociation of Malaysia(QRAM)
- Appointed Member The International Network for the Rational Use of Drugs 2011 INRU
- Appointed Joint Technical Committee (JTC) Member, Pharmacy Board Malaysia 2009-2012 Ministry of Health Malaysia
- Appointed Member, Technical Committee, Quality Use of Medicine. 2010-2012 Pharmacy Services Division Ministry of Health Malaysia
- Appointed Technical Committee Member, Development for Pharmacy Assistant Curriculum Guidelines, Pharmacy Board Malaysia 2010-2012 Pharmacy Services Division Ministry of Health Malaysia
- Member FIP UNITWIN Project “Global Pharmacy Education Development” 04 Feb 2008- current UNESCO & Federation International Pharmacy Association
- Council Member, Malaysian Academy of Pharmacy 2010-2012 Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society
Shubashini Gnanasan. Ting Kang Nee, Wong Kok Thong, Salmiah Mohd Ali, Abdul Razak Abdul Muttalif, Claire Anderson1 (2010). Convergence of tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus: time to individualise pharmaceutical care. Pharmacy World of Science.
Salmiah Mohd Ali and Kamaruzaman Jusoff. (2009). Barriers to Optimal Control of Type 2 Diabetes in Malaysian Malay Patients. Global Journal of Health Science, Vol. 1, No. 2 October, 2009; 106-118.
Huda Kh. Abdul Kader, Salmiah Mohd Ali, Mohamed Ibrahim Abu Hassan,Faculty of Pharmacy Faculty of Dentistry, University Teknology MARA (UiTM), Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. A Survey on Antibiotic Prescribing Patterns by Dental Practitioners in Klang Valley Region in Malaysia. Malaysian Journal of Dentistry, 2009 (pending review).
Salmiah Mohd Ali Phd (Pharmacy), 1Nurul Ain Musa, B. Pharm.2ramli Musa, M..Med. (Psychiatry). (2009)Analysing Depression using DASS-21 scale among diabetes in Malaysia. The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry, Vol 10, Suppl 1, 2009, Pg 221.(Impact factor of 3.38)
Ramli Musa M.Med. (Psychiatry), Salmiah Mohd Ali (Pharmacy), Nurul Ain Musa. (2009). Validation and psychometric properties of Bahasa Malaysia version of the Depression Anxiety and Stress Scales (DASS) among diabetic patients. Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry; 01 November 2009; 1-6.
Salmiah Mohd Ali Uncontrolled type 2 diabetes in Malay patients in Malaysia: Can pharmacists help? (2009). Pharmacy World and Science, Vol 31, No. 4, August 2009.
Salmiah Mohd Ali and Nor Hidayah bt Harun. (2009). Knowledge and attitudes of Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) reporting among community pharmacists in Selangor, Malaysia. (2009). Pharmacy World and Science, Vol 31, No. 4, August 2009.
S Gnanasan, KN Ting, KT Wong, S Mohd Ali, AR Mutallif, C Anderson. (2009). Exploring the need for pharmaceutical care (PC) management of tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus (TBDM) in Malaysia. (2009). Pharmacy World and Science, Vol 31, No. 4, August 2009. 24
Mahmathi Karuppannan, Helen Boardman, Ting Kang Nee, Salmiah Mohd. Ali, Wong Kok Thong. (2009). Adverse drug events related medical admissions in Malaysia: a pilot study. (2009). Pharmacy World and Science,Vol 31, No. 4, August 2009.
M. Dziehan, Wong Yee Cheat, Kobu a/l Thiruvanackan, Nur Azmiah, Chan Beow Hui, Norazlina Sariam, Umi Syafinaz, Dr Azmi Hassali, Assoc Prof. Dr Salmiah Mohd Ali. (2009). A Prospective Multicentre Study Of Pharmacist Initiated Programe Of ‘Medication Therapy Management’ (MTM) In Government Primary Health Clinic In State Of Selangor. (2009). Pharmacy World and Science, Vol 31, No. 4, August 2009.
MA Salmiah, C Anderson and K Nor Azmi. (2008). Psychosocial Factors in Management of Type 2 Diabetes: Experiences Of Malay Patients In Malaysia. The World of Biological Psychiatry Journal, Vol 9 Suppl 1; pg. 150; 2008 by World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry.
Salmiah MA; Anderson C and Nor Azmi, K. (2008). Balancing Act: Tough Act to Follow in Management of Type 2 Diabetes for Malay Patients in Malaysia. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol 16; Suppl. 2 2008 ISSN 0961-7671 (15th International Social Pharmacy Workshop 2008. 8th – 11 July 2008. Copthorne Hotel, New Zealand)
Shubashini Gnanasan1, Claire Anderson1, Ting Kang Nee2, Salmiah Mohd Ali The need for pharmaceutical care in the management of tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus in Malaysia: An exploratory study. International Journal
of Pharmacy Practice, Vol 16; Suppl. 2 2008 ISSN 0961-7671.
Salmiah MA, Anderson C and Nor Azmi, K. (2007). Diabetes control: A qualitative exploration of perceptions in Malay patients. The Malaysian Journal Medical of Medical Sciences, 14 (Suppl. 1) pg. 53. Science University
of Malaysia (USM).