|   July 20, 2024
Dr. Jimmy Jose
Dr. Jimmy Jose
Associate Professor and College Consultancy & Collaborative services officer
School of Pharmacy.....................
College of Health Sciences
  • Telephone: (+968)97795421
  • Extension: 917
  • eMail: jimmy.jose@unizwa.edu.om
  • Office Location: 33- 15.....................
  • Time at UoN: Since 2010
  • Marital Status: ........

  • Associate Professor (Pharmacy Practice)

     

    Qualification: MPharm (Pharmacy Practice), PhD (Pharmacy)

    Teaching philosophy:

    My teaching philosophy is a reflection of my interests in student-centered teaching that encourages learning by favouring classroom dynamics that permit dialogue and foster high degree of student input.

     

    Brief description of research expertise and research interests:

     

    My primary research expertise and interest is in the field of drug safety. My doctoral work was in the field of pharamcovigilance and I have attended related training programs by International Society of Pharmacovigilance, International Society of Pharmacoepidemiology, World Health Organization- Uppsala Monitoring Centre, and University of Michigan. Patient involvement in drug safety is multifactorial and is noteworthy. I am greatly interested in studying the factors influencing and outcome of drug safety at the level of patients. I have already done some studies in this field and is keen on evaluating this important issue from various angles. I am interested in assessing drug safety issues for specific class or individual drugs by intensive monitoring studies. I have completed two funded projects (The Research Council [TRC] of Oman and University of Nizwa) in the field of drug safety and drug use evaluation as principal investigator.

     

     

     

     

    RESEARCH GRANT

    Research Grant for USD 21000 from the University Research Council, University of Nizwa, Oman for the project `A cross-sectional study to assess the pattern of use, treatment response, patient adherence and adverse drug reactions of hydroxyurea among adult sickle cell disease patients in a regional hospital in Oman`.

     

    Research Grant for USD 43000 from ‘The Research Council (TRC)- Oman’ for the project   ‘A study to evaluate the pattern of use of statins and their adverse effects (focus on hepatic effects) among patients in department of medicine at a regional hospital in Oman (Nizwa Hospital) ’

     

    Research Grant for USD 20000 from the University Research Council, University of Nizwa, Oman for the project ‘A study to evaluate the pattern of use of statins and their adverse effects (focus on hepatic effects) among patients in department of medicine at a regional hospital in Oman (Nizwa Hospital) ’

     

    Best Paper Awards:

    • Scientific Paper was awarded the best poster (third prize), in 2nd Oman Pharmaceutical Conference, Oman Medical College, Muscat, Oman 17 -18 th of April 2013.

     

    • Scientific Paper was awarded best (first prize) oral presentation in International Conference on Pharmacy Education in the Era of Globalization, University of Nizwa, Oman, January 24-26, 2012

     

    • Scientific paper was awarded best poster (first prize) in the poster session of 6 th Annual conference of International Society of Pharmacovigilance, Liege, Belgium, October 11-13, 2006.
    • Scientific paper was awarded as the best paper in Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research for the year 2008.
    • Scientific paper was awarded as the best paper in Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research for the year 2005.
    • Scientific paper was awarded best paper (third prize) in the poster session, International Conference on Health Sciences, JSS Mysore, 2005.

     

    HONOURS /SCHOLARSHIP/GRANTS/AWARDS

     

    • International Federation of Pharmacists (FIP) travel grant to attend the advanced clinical pharmacy training as part of Pharmabridge program in Michigan Hospitals, USA
    • Elizabeth Broomfield scholarship fund, University of Michigan to attend the advanced clinical pharmacy training as part of Pharmabridge program in Michigan Hospitals, USA
    • International Society of Pharmacovigilance (ISoP) travel bursary for attending 7th Annual ISoP meeting, 2007, Bournemouth, UK.
    • International Society of Pharmacovigilance (ISoP) travel grant for attending  6th Annual ISoP meeting, 2006, Belgium.
    • International Society of Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE) Scholarship for attending 22ndh International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management, 2006, Portugal.  


    Academic Qualifications
    • PhD, Manipal University, 2008
    • Training in clinical pharmacy -Pharmabridge program of International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), Michigan hospitals, University of Michigan, 2008
    • Certificate Course in Biostatistics, epidemiology and research methodology , Manipal University, India, 2007
    • Professional Diploma in Clinical Research , Catalyst Clinical Services Ltd, India , 2007
    • M Pharm (Pharmacy Practice/Clinical Pharmacy), Rajeev Gandhi University of Health Sciences, India, 2002
    • B Pharm, Mahatma Gandhi University of Health Sciences, India, 1999
    Teaching Activities
    • Pharmacotherapy
    • Pharmacy Practice
    • Practice Marketing and Pharmacoeconomics
    • Pharmacoepidemiology
    • Advanced Pharmacy Practice
    Research Activities
    - Research Interests
    • Pharmacovigilance/Pharmacoepidemiology
    • Patient involvement in drug safety
    • Drug safety
    • Patient medication adherence
    • Knowledge, attitude and practice of public on drug use
    - Conference Presentations
    • Assessment of mental well being and its associated factors; an international survey of undergraduate pharmacy students from 14 countries, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) Annual Congress , Seville, Spain, 18/09/22
    • Pharmacy and Pharmacy Services in COVID-19 literature- A Bibliometric Analysis, 2 nd Saudi Society of Clinical Pharmacy Annual International Conference , Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 01/09/22
    • A retrospective study on the pattern of antibiotic prescribing among hospitalized patients with COVID-19 infection in the Royal hospital, Muscat , Oman International Pharmacy Congress and Exhibition, Muscat, Oman, 15/01/2024
    • COVID-19 vaccination perceptions among Arabic-speaking minorities in Denmark- a qualitative study (Poster presentation) , Euro Drug Conference, June, 2023, Italy, 01/06/2023
    • Building a patient safety savvy pharmacist work force in Oman- Academic institutions play a leading role, 10 th Pharmaceutical Care Conference- Excellence in Pharmacy Practice, conducted by Directorate General of Medical Supplies, Ministry of Health, Oman, Muscat, 12/12/2021
    • Relationship Between Medication Adherence and Patients` Characteristics in Chronic Diseases in Oman., Sigma`s 32nd International Nursing Research VIRTUAL Congress, VIRTUAL Congress, 21/07/2021
    • A survey on assessing knowledge and practice of public on use of drug without prescription in the Wilayat of Nizwa. (Poster presentation), `Second National and First World Patient Safety Day` conducted by the Directorate General Quality Assurance Center, Ministry of Health , Muscat, 17/09/2019
    • Potential negative impact of informing patients about medication side effects: a systematic review. (Poster presentation), 9 th Pharmaceutical Care Conference, Muscat, 04/09/2019
    • A study to assess the use of Hydroxyurea among adult sickle cell disease patients in a regional hospital in Oman, 14 th Annual Symposium on Good Pharmacy Practice conducted by Directorate General of Pharmaceutical Affairs and Drugs Control, Muscat, 16/12/2018
    • Pattern of use, patient adherence, and safety of hydroxyurea among sickle cell disease patients in a referral hospital in Sultanate of Oman. (Poster presentation), 8 th Pharmaceutical Care Conference, Muscat, 20/02/2018
    • A cross sectional survey to assess public’s knowledge and behaviour on drug interaction related aspects. (Poster presentation), 7 th Pharmaceutical Care Conference, Muscat, 23/02/2017
    • A study to evaluate the pattern of use of statins and their adverse effects (focus on hepatic effects) among patients in department of medicine at a regional hospital in Oman, (Oral presentation), Annual Research Forum, The Research Council, Oman,, Muscat, Muscat, 26/10/2015
    • Statin associated hepatic adverse effects: a retrospective review from a regional hospital in Sultanate of Oman , APS Pharm Sci 2014, Hertfordshire, UK, 08/09/2014
    • A survey on the knowledge, belief and behaviour of public with regard to adverse effects of medicines in an Omani population, 4 th Pharmaceutical Care Conference: Empowering pharmacy practice, Muscat, Oman , 23/02/2014
    • A survey on assessing the knowledge, attitude and behaviour of community pharmacists to adverse drug reaction related aspects in three wilayats of Sultanate of Oman , (Poster Presentation), 2nd Oman Pharmaceutical Conference, Oman, 17/04/2013
    • A survey on assessing the knowledge, attitude and behaviour of community pharmacists to adverse drug reaction related aspects in three wilayats of Sultanate of Oman , 2nd Oman Pharmaceutical Conference, Oman Medical College, , Muscat, 07/04/2013
    • A survey to assess public’s knowledge, belief and behavior with regard to antibiotic use in an Omani population (Oral Presentation), 1st International Conference on Pharmacy Education in the Era of Globalization, University of Nizwa, Nizwa, 25/02/2012
    • A survey to assess public’s knowledge, belief and behavior with regard to antibiotic use in an Omani population, 1st International Conference on Pharmacy Education in the Era of Globalization, University of Nizwa, Nizwa,Oman, 24/02/2012
    • Prescription pattern analysis among ambulatory hypertensive patients in two regional hospitals in Oman (Poster Presentation). , 1st International Conference on Pharmacy Education in the Era of Globalization, Nizwa, 25/01/2012
    • Contribution of hospital-based drug information center in promoting safe and effective use of anti-infective agents , Ist Emirates Hellenic Medical Conference and Exhibition, Dubai, UAE, 05/12/2007
    • Prospective surveillance for adverse drug reactions among hospitalized patients in department of general medicine in an Indian tertiary care hospital, 7 th Annual conference of International Society of Pharmacovigilance, Bournemouth, United Kingdom, 21/10/2007
    • Effectiveness of case presentation as a tool for learning therapeutics- A feedback analysis from postgraduate students in pharmacy practice. , International Medical Education Conference, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia, 21/04/2007
    • Pattern of adverse drug reactions to fluoroquinolones reported in a tertiary care center in India. , 6 th Annual conference of International Society of Pharmacovigilance, Liege, Belgium, 11/10/2006
    • Reporting of adverse drug reactions to complementary and alternative medicines- experiences and results from an Indian tertiary care hospital, 22ndh International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management, Lisbon, Portugal, 24/08/2006
    - Conference Attendance
    • Oman International Pharmacy Congress and Exhibition, Muscat, Oman, 15/01/2024
    • 10 th Pharmaceutical Care Conference- Excellence in Pharmacy Practice, conducted by Directorate General of Medical Supplies, Ministry of Health, Oman, Muscat, 12/12/2021
    • International Society of Pharmacovigilance Annual Meeting 2021, Conducted by ISoP , Muscat, Oman, 08/11/2021
    • Pharmacoepidemiology in the era of COVID-19’ A short course conducted by Electronic Health Records Research Group of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. 22-25 th of March 2021, Online, 23/03/2021
    • Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) Strategic Research Program-Workshop by The Research Council, Oman, Muscat, 19/02/2020
    • Second National and First World Patient Safety Day` conducted by the Directorate General Quality Assurance Center, Ministry of Health , Sultanate of Oman, Muscat, 17/09/2019
    • Workshop on Pharmacovigilance Education conducted by Pharmacovigilance Department DGPA and DC, Ministry of Health, Oman in association with Netherlands Pharmacovigilance Centre Lareb, Muscat, 26/02/2019
    • 1st International Conference on Pharmacy Education in the Era of Globalization , University of Nizwa, January 2012, 22/01/2012
    • Ist Emirates Hellenic Medical Conference and Exhibition , Dubai, UAE, 06/12/2007
    • 7 th Annual conference of International Society of Pharmacovigilance, Bournemouth, United Kingdom, 21/10/2007
    • International Medical Education Conference, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia, 21/04/2007
    • 6 th Annual conference of International Society of Pharmacovigilance, Liege, Belgium, 11/10/2006
    • 22nd International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management, Lisbon, Portugal, 24/08/2006
    • Annual Research Forum, The Research Council, Oman, , Muscat, 26-27 October 2015
    • 4 th Pharmaceutical Care Conference: Empowering pharmacy practice, Muscat, 23-24 th February 2015
    • Eighth Pharmaceutical Care Conference: Towards professional excellence in pharmacy practice,, Muscat, 20-21 February 2018
    • APS Pharm Sci 2014, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, 8-10 th September 2014
    • Research Workshop conducted by COACH and The Research Council, Nizwa, 7-8 th October 2015
    • Ninth Pharmaceutical Care Conference: Towards professional excellence in pharmacy practice, Muscat, 4-6 February 2019
    • • TWAS 25 th General Meeting and Conference, Muscat, October 2014
    • Leadership in Academic Affairs. Faculty, University of Wisconsin at University of Nizwa , Nizwa, March 2013
    • Usage of Digital Resources, Writing Peer Review Paper and Presenting Scientific Research at International level, University of Nizwa and CRDF Global (USA), Nizwa, November 2012
    • • Grant writing and research management. US Civilian Research and Development foundation, US and The Research Council, Oman, University of Nizwa, Nizwa, January 2011
    • Pharmacovigilance, by Directorate General of Pharmaceutical Affairs and Drugs Control, Muscat
    - Publications
      Article:
    • 1. 2024 COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among healthcare workers in Arab Countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis., Alalawi M, Alsalloum MA, Garwan YM, Abuzeid M, Alalawi H, Eljaaly K, Thabit AK, Jose J. COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among healthcare workers in Arab Countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis. PLoS One. 2024 Jan 2;19(1):e0296432. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0296432. PMID: 38166119; PMCID: PMC10760888.
    • 2. 2023 Exploring the reasons behind low COVID-19 vaccination coverage in ethnic minorities-A qualitative study among Arabic-speaking public in Denmark. , Al-Saudi G, Thabit AK, Jose J, Badr AF, Jad L, Kaae S, Jacobsen R. Exploring the reasons behind low COVID-19 vaccination coverage in ethnic minorities-A qualitative study among Arabic-speaking public in Denmark. Health Policy. 2024 Jan;139:104965. doi: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2023.104965. Epub 2023 Dec 13. PMID: 38104373.
    • 3. 2023 Pharmacists and pharmacy services in COVID-19 literature: A bibliometirc analysis, Thabit AK, Alsulmi WS, ...., Cobo MJ, Jimmy Jose, Vélez-Estévez A. Pharmacists and pharmacy services in COVID-19 literature: A bibliometirc analysis. Explor Res Clin Soc Pharm. 2023 Mar;9:100243. doi: 10.1016/j.rcsop.2023.100243. Epub 2023 Mar 10. PMID: 36926445; PMCID: PMC9998125.
    • 4. 2023 Views and perceptions of the public toward COVID-19 vaccine in Saudi Arabia, Abrar K Thabit,....Jimmy Jose.....Views and perceptions of the public toward COVID-19 vaccine in Saudi Arabia.Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal, 32 (6): 942-47.
    • 5. 2023 Jimmy Jose, Kavitha Saravu, Clinical pharmacists as potential contributors in reducing drug-related problems in daily practice: A glance at Indian setup, Journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences 2002; 17 (4): 1031-33
    • 6. 2023 Mohamed Hassan Elnaem. Mohamed Barakat, ....................... Jimmy Jose, Elkalmi R, Chandran S, Elrggal M. Evaluation of Grit and its Associated Factors among Undergraduate Pharmacy Students from 14 Asian and Middle Eastern Countries amid the COVID-19 Pandemic., Saudi Pharm J. 2023 Feb 1. doi: 10.1016/j.jsps.2023.01.008. Epub ahead of print. PMCID: PMC9890879.
    • 7. 2022 Mohamed Hassan Elnaem.............Jimmy Jose....Assessment of mental wellbeing of undergraduate pharmacy students from 14 countries: The role of gender, lifestyle, health-related, and academic-related factors, 01, November, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2022.1011376
    • 8. 2022 Abrar K Thabit, Jimmy Jose.Challenges and opportunities of clinical pharmacists during COVID-19: A review of the literature, Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science Vol. 12(07), pp 053-60, July, 2022
    • 9. 2022 Yusuf Grawan, Muath Al Salloum, Abrar K Thabit, Jimmy Jose, Khalid El jallyEffectiveness of antimicrobial stewardship interventions on early switch from intravenous-to-oral antimicrobials in hospitalized adults: A systematic review, American Journal of Infection Control . 2022 May 27;S0196-6553(22)00440-0
    • 10. 2022 Muath Al Salloum, Yusuf M Garwan, Jimmy Jose,......COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and acceptance among the public in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries: A review of the literature, Human Vaccine and Immunotherapeutics . 2022 Jun 29;2091898. doi: 10.1080/21645515.2022.2091898
    • 11. 2022 Jimmy Jose, Mohamed Al Saberi......COVID-19 Medical Research in Oman: A Bibliometric and Visualization Study, Oman Medical Journal 2022 Jul 31;37(4):e406. doi: 10.5001/omj.2022.73.
    • 12. 2022 Sai Krishna Gudi, Sophia M George, Jimmy Jose. Influence of social media on the public perspectives of the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, Expert Review of Vaccines, Online First, https://doi.org/10.1080/14760584.2022.2061951
    • 13. 2021 Jimmy Jose, Mohamed H Al Ruabaie,...Pharmacovigilance: – Basic concepts and an overview of the system in the Sultanate of Oman., Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal 2021; 21 (2):161-63.
    • 14. 2021 Houda Al Noumani, Maryam Al Harassi, Jimmy Jose, ..Medication Adherence and Patients’ Characteristics in Chronic Diseases: A National Multi-Center Study, Clinical Nursing Research 1–9
    • 15. 2021 Jimmy Jose, Christine Bond. Medication Adherence: still a problem, International Journal of Pharmacy Practice . 2021 Mar 17;29(2):93-95
    • 16. 2020 Jimmy Jose, Rike van Ekereen,Beena Jimmy. Medication safety education through games- A potential approach to educate health care students on adverse drug reactions., International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2020;29 (1):91-92
    • 17. 2020 Jimmy Jose. A healthcare professional`s understanding of the medication information-seeking behavior of patients: significance in the digital era. , International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2020;28 (4): 299-300
    • 18. 2020 Jimmy Jose, Communication on drug safety-related matters to patients: is it even more significant in this digital era?, Therapeutic Advances in Drug Safety 2020; 11 (1-4)
    • 19. 2019 Jimmy Jose, Refat El Sedak, Beena Jimmy, Prasad George. Pattern of use, patient adherence, and safety of hydroxyurea among sickle cell disease patients in a referral hospital in Sultanate of Oman. , Oman Medical Journal 2019; 34 (4): 327-335
    • 20. 2018 Jimmy Jose, Lamia AlHajri. Potential negative impact of informing patients about medication side effects: a systematic review, Int J Clin Pharm. 2018 Aug;40(4):806-822.
    • 21. 2016 Jimmy Jose. Statins and its hepatic effects: Newer data, implications and changing recommendations. , Journal of Pharmacy and Bio Allied Sciences 2016; 8 (1): 23-28
    • 22. 2015 Jimmy Jose, Beena Jimmy, Moza Naseer Saif Al- Mamari, Thuraiya Said Naseer Al Hadrami, Halima Mohammed Al Zadjali. A cross sectional survey on the knowledge, belief and behavior of public with regard to adverse effects of medicines in an Omani population., Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal 2015; 15:234-40
    • 23. 2015 Jimmy Jose, Faisal Al Temimi, Manal Helal, Beena Jimmy, Qasim Al Riyami. ‘A targeted study to evaluate the risk factor status of patients on statins and efficacy of statins in attaining goal lipid levels, Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal 2015; 23 (4): 371–76
    • 24. 2015 Jimmy Jose, Beena Jimmy, Marwa Nasser Al-Shukili. Public’s perception and satisfaction on the role, and services provided by pharmacist in Oman. , Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal 2015; 23:635-41.
    • 25. 2014 Jimmy Jose, Beena Jimmy, Aliya Said Hamed Al-Ghailani, Maryam Abdullah Al Majali. A cross sectional pilot study on assessing the knowledge, attitude and behavior of community pharmacists to adverse drug reaction related aspects in the Sultanate of Oman. , Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal 2014; 22 (2): 163-169
    • 26. 2014 Beena Jimmy, Jimmy Jose, Zainab Ali Salim Al Hinai, Intisar Khamis Saleh Awlad Wadair, Ghalia Hamed Omair Al Amri. Adherences to medications among Type 2 Diabetes mellitus patients in Oman- A cross sectional pilot study. , Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal 2014; 14(2): 231-5.
    • 27. 2014 Jimmy Jose, Faisal Al Temimi, Manal Helal, Beena Jimmy, Qasim Al Riyami. Statin associated hepatic adverse effects: A retrospective review from a regional hospital in Sultanate of Oman., Oman Medical Journal 2014; 29 (5):354-360.
    • 28. 2013 Jimmy Jose, Beena Jimmy, Al Gahliya Mohammed Saif. Ghaliya Al Sabei. A Study Assessing Public Knowledge, Belief and Behavior of Antibiotic Use in an Omani Population. , Oman Medical Journal 2013; 28(5):324-330.
    • 29. 2012 Jimmy Jose. Promoting drug safety in elderly- Needs a proactive approach. , Indian Journal of Medical Research 2012; 136: 362-4
    • 30. 2011 Beena Jimmy, Jimmy Jose. Patient medication adherence- Measures in daily practice. , Oman Medical Journal 2011; 26 (3): 155-59.
    • 31. 2011 Jimmy Jose, David Chong, Tay Szu Lynn, Goh Ee Jye, Beena Jimmy. A survey on the knowledge, beliefs and behavior of a general adult population in Malaysia with respect to the adverse effects of medicines. , . International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2011; 19: 246-52.
    • 32. 2009 Jimmy Jose, Padma G M Rao, MS Kamath, Beena Jimmy. Drug safety reports to complementary and alternative medicines (ayurvedic and homeopathic medicines) by a spontaneous reporting program of a tertiary care hospital. , Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicines 2009; 15 (7): 787-92.
    • 33. 2008 Beena Jimmy, Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao. Medication counseling for patients with chronic disease- Role of pharmacist., . Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. 2008.301
    • 34. 2008 Jimmy Jose, Kavitha Saravu, Kanav Khera, Beena Jimmy, BA Shastry. Acute interstitial nephritis related to lanzoprazole administration. , The Journal of Pakistan Medical Association . 2008; 58 (4), 206-207
    • 35. 2008 Beena Jimmy, G. Parthasarathi, Jimmy Jose. Drug utilization evaluation of third generation cephalosporins in a tertiary care teaching hospital in India. , Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research 2008; 42 (3): 295- 300.
    • 36. 2008 Jimmy Jose, Beena Jimmy, Padma G M Rao. Adverse drug reactions to fluoroquinolone antibiotics- analysis of reports received in a tertiary care hospital. , International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine 2008; 20 (3): 169-80.
    • 37. 2008 Jimmy Jose, Beena Jimmy, Padma G M Rao. A Computerized database for adverse drug reactions- Strengthening a hospital based pharmacovigilance program in India. , Drug Safety 2008; 31 (12): 1063-1067.
    • 38. 2008 Jimmy Jose, Beena Jimmy, Padma G M Rao. A Computerized database for adverse drug reactions- Strengthening a hospital based pharmacovigilance program in India. , Drug Safety 2008; 31 (12): 1063-1067.
    • 39. 2008 Jimmy Jose, Kavitha Saravu, B A Shastry, Beena Jimmy. Drug use in porphyria- A therapeutic dilemma., Singapore Medical Journal 2008; 49 (10): 272- 5.
    • 40. 2007 • Beena Jimmy, Jimmy Jose. Telepharmacy- provision of pharmaceutical care through technological advances. , Indian Journal of Pharmacy Education and Research 2007; 41 (3): 278-82.
    • 41. 2007 Beena Jimmy, Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao. Effectiveness of case presentation as a tool for learning therapeutics- A feedback analysis from postgraduate students in pharmacy practice. , International E-journal of Science, Medicine and Education .2007 (April) A49.
    • 42. 2007 Beena Jimmy, Jimmy Jose, Padma G M Rao. Pattern of adverse drug reaction related queries received by the drug information centre of a tertiary care teaching hospital. , Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2007; 20 (4): 333-39.
    • 43. 2007 Kavitha Saravu, Jimmy Jose, Mahadeva Bhat, Beena Jimmy, Shastry BA. Acute Ingestion of Copper Sulphate - A review on its clinical manifestations and management. , Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine 2007 11(2): 74-80.
    • 44. 2007 Beena Jimmy, Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao. Drug interaction related information sought from a hospital based drug information center. , International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine. 2007; 19 (3): 127-33.
    • 45. 2007 Jimmy Jose, Kavitha Saravu, Beena Jimmy, Shastry BA. Distal sensory polyneuropathy in HIV patients and nucleoside analogue antiretroviral agents. , Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 2007; 10: 81-7.
    • 46. 2007 Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao, Beena Jimmy. Hospital- based adverse drug reaction bulletin – An Indian experience. , Drug safety 2007: 30 (5): 457-9.
    • 47. 2007 Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao, Beena Jimmy. Adverse drug reactions as a possible contributing factor for inadequate anti-infective drug therapy. , International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine. 2007; 19 (3): 167-8.
    • 48. 2006 • Padma GM Rao, Archana B, Jimmy Jose. Implementation and results of an adverse drug reaction reporting programme at an Indian teaching hospital. , Indian Journal of Pharmacology 2006; 38 (4): 293.
    • 49. 2006 • Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao. Pattern of adverse drug reactions notified by spontaneous reporting in an Indian tertiary care teaching hospital. , Pharmacological Research 2006; 54: 226-33.
    • 50. 2006 Jimmy Jose, Padma G M Rao. Reporting of adverse drug reactions to complementary and alternative medicines- experiences and results from an Indian tertiary care hospital , Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 2006; 15 (Supp 1): S124.
    • 51. 2006 Jimmy Jose, Beena Jimmy, Padma G M Rao. Pattern of adverse drug reactions to fluoroquinolones reported in a tertiary care center in India. , Drug Safety 2006; 29 (10): 971.
    • 52. 2006 Jimmy Jose, Padma G M Rao. Monitoring and reporting adverse drug reactions in India: Initiatives and contributions from pharmacists. , Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy 2006; 59 (3): 155.
    • 53. 2005 • Jimmy Jose, Laxman Kini T, Padma G M Rao. Professional self-perception, job and career satisfaction among Indian pharmacists. , Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research 2005; 35 (4): 333.
    • 54. 2004 • Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao. “Continuing Pharmacy Education Programmes- Manipal Experience. , Indian Journal of Pharmacy Education 2004; 38(4): 203-7.
    • Book Section:
    • 1. 2012 Pharmacovigilance: Basic Concepts and Applications in Pharmacoinformatics’ , Hand book of Research on pharmacoinformatics in Drug Discovery, Theory and Applications. IGI publications, USA, March 2012
    • Conference or Workshop:
    • 1. 2010 Tarun Wadhwa, Padma GM Rao, Jimmy Jose, Ravindra Prabhu. Adverse drug reactions and cost implicated- need for vigilant monitoring. , Value in Health 2010; 13 (3): A 93.
    • 2. 2007 Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao, Beena Jimmy. Prospective surveillance for adverse drug reactions among hospitalized patients in department of general medicine in an Indian tertiary care hospital. , Drug safety 2007; 30: 919.
    • 3. 2007 Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao, Beena Jimmy. Drug safety bulletin as an educational tool on adverse drug reactions- Its development and evaluation. , International E-journal of Science, Medicine and Education. 2007 (April) A37-A 38.
    • 4. 2007 Jimmy Jose, Padma GM Rao, Beena Jimmy. Prospective surveillance for adverse drug reactions among hospitalized patients in department of general medicine in an Indian tertiary care hospital. , Drug safety 2007; 30: 919
    • 5. 2006 Jimmy Jose, Beena Jimmy, Padma G M Rao. Drug induced hematological disorders: An evaluation of reports in a South Indian tertiary care teaching hospital. , Drug Safety 2006; 29 (10): 940.
    Faculty Administrative Experience
    • 2021 - Present: College Consultancy and Collaborative Activities Officer - University of Nizwa
    • 2016 - Present: Chairperson - Assessment Committee - School of Pharmacy, University of Nizwa
    • 2011 - 2014: Assistant Dean (Research), College of Pharmacy and Nursing - University of Nizwa
    • 2010 - 2014: Chair Person, College Research Committee - College of Pharmacy and Nursing, University of Nizwa
    • 2009 - 2010: Head of the Department - Department of Clinical Pharmacy/Pharmacy Practice, AIMS Hospital/SACP, India
      Involved in coordinating and supervising the clinical activities and academic activities of the department
    • 2002 - 2003: Deputy Manager- Scientific Content - Medimedia Pvt. Ltd (Medical Communication Firm)
      Involved in supervising and coordinating the daily activities of executives working in Scientific Content Department
    Community Services
    • 12/02/2021: Adjunct Faculty, Department of Pharmacy Practice, MCOPS, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, India. To be involved in Teaching and Learning activities, Research activities, Curriculum development and other academic activities
    • 13/11/2020: Adjunct Faculty, Department of Pharmacy Practice, JSS College of Pharmacy, JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research, to be involved in teaching activities, Research Collaboration and other academic activities
    Consultancy Activities
    • Consultant- Local Regulatory Intelligence Expert in Pharmacovigilance, Institute of Pharmacovigilance, Prague, Czech Republic, April 2022
    • Consultant- Item Writer for Global Pharmacovigilance Certification Programication , Institute of Pharmacovigilance, Prague, Czech Republic, May 2022
    Membership in Professional Bodies
    • 2020-Present: International Society of Pharmacovigilance
    • 2019-2020: Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
    • 2018-Present: Association for patient experience
    • 2018-Present: Drug Information Association
    • 2017-2017: European Society of Clinical Pharmacy
    • 2017-2018: International Society of Pharmacoepidemiology
    Award and Recognitions
    • 2019 Editorial Board Member, Drug and Therapeutics Perspective- Adis Publication, Springer Health Care
    • 2019 Best Poster Award (First Prize) in the 2 nd National and 1st Patient Safety Day, 17 th September, Muscat
    • 2019 Editorial Board Member, Therapeutic advances in drug safety
    • 2018 Associate Editor, Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety; The official Journal of `International Society of Pharmacoepidemiology` (ISPE)
    • 2018 International Advisory Board Member, European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, Official Journal of European Association of Hospital Pharmacists
    • 2018 Scientific Paper, ‘A study on assessing public`s knowledge about safety of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Wilayat of Nizwa’ was awarded the best poster (first prize) in 14 th Annual Symposium on Good Pharmacy Practice conducted by Directorate General of Pharmaceutical Affairs and Drugs Control,16 th December, 2018.
    • 2017 Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Official Journal of Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
    • Editorial Board Member, Drugs and Therapeutic Perspectives

    2022 Best Poster Award (Academic Pharmacy Section) at the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) Annual Congress in Seville, Spain, 18 th September 2022 . Study title is ` Assessment of mental well being and its associated factors; an international survey of undergraduate pharmacy students from 14 countries`.