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Meeting of Allied Health Sciences Suan Sunandha Adjust the cannabis medicine course to get 2 degrees.

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2021-06-28 02:29:09


Meeting of Allied Health Sciences Suan Sunandha
Adjust the cannabis medicine course to get 2 degrees.
On June 4, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. Associate Professor Dr. Chutikarn Sriwiboon, President of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University Presided over the 4th meeting of the Board of Directors of the College of Allied Health Sciences, together with qualified members Professor (Special) Dr. Paichit Pawabutr, Clinical Professor Wilawan Jungprasert, MD. Manoch Leetochavalit, Associate Professor Dr. Anattachai Rattakul, Apichai Pharmacist Chiaradisak Associate Professor Dr. Wittaya Mekkham Associate Professor (Special) Dr. Thawatchai Kamoltham Associate Professor Dr. Somdej Rungsrisawat Dean of the College of Allied Health Sciences Director and Secretary Ms. Nipawan Tharasak, Assistant Secretary, attended the meeting with important agendas approved by the meeting as follows:
- Modification of instructors who are responsible for the curriculum/curricular Health Sciences
-Announcement of tuition fees for students of Thai Traditional Medicine Certificate Program
-Announcement of service fees for applied Thai traditional medicine
- Drafting MOU memorandum between Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University and Spa Plan Co., Ltd.
- Adjusting the medical cannabis curriculum Revised Curriculum B.E. 2022
Associate Professor (Special) Dr. Thawatchai Kamoltham, Chairperson of the Cannabis Medicine Program Explained the reasons for adjusting the curriculum to have a distinctive identity Emphasis on professionalism in medicinal cannabis use Adapt and combine similar subjects to integrate teaching and learning to be effective in practice. in accordance with the needs of the learners and can be compared to transfer more courses if students have already completed a bachelor's degree It will help to shorten the study period.
Rector, Associate Professor Dr. Chutikarn Sriwiboon proposed that the Cannabis Medicine curriculum be adjusted to be able to combine the Applied Thai Traditional Medicine program into a 2-degree program so that students who wish to study both courses can study. by not adding much more time to study because the fundamentals are different and upon graduation, they will receive 2 diplomas, namely B.Sc. (Cannabis Medicine) and D.D.A. (Applied Thai Traditional Medicine). Cannabis Medicine Curriculum Adjustment
“The medical cannabis course has been very well received. The 3rd batch has attracted applicants to study in the special sector. Saturday - Sunday to 90 people, many of whom have graduated with a bachelor's degree. and about 20 regular sessions, recommendations given by the rector and the committee meeting The College of Allied Health Sciences will expedite the implementation and design of the curriculum to have an alternative approach for learners who want two degrees.” Associate Professor Dr. Somdej Rungsrisawat accepted the policy.
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