Nano – biotechnology Course
2017/02/06 - 2017/02/17 Okayama university
1. How would you apply the knowledge & skills that you have learned throughout this course for your future?
When visiting hospital pharmacy division, I found the role of pharmacists in Japan is more diverse than in Korea. Since I want to be a clinical pharmacist after graduation, this experience might be a great foundation for my future career. Also I learned that clinical pharmacist should keep trying to develop oneself for provide good healthcare service to patients. I’d like to keep in mind this lesson even when I work as a specialist.
2. Is there anything that may change your view towards Japan – Korea relationships after spending some time in Okayama University?
Although Korea and Japan have controversial issues regarding history which is lingering until these days, Most people I met in Okayama university are very open-minded and warm-hearted. They love to learn about other culture and language. I’d like to share thoughts about culture and history with many people in Japan even after this program, to understand each other more deeply.
3. Please give us some programs in this course that you have enjoyed?
The lectures like emergency pharmacy, drug delivery, drug discovery, and so on which are related to my major are very interesting. Both lectures and discussions were active and bidirectional, thus I learned a lot about those topics.
Also visiting pharmacy division in Okayama university hospital was impressing, since this experience broadened my view of my future career.
By visiting Kurashiki’s historical places, I could learn about Japanese traditional village and culture.
Lastly, all those lectures about humanities are unforgettable. After sharing thoughts with each other during discussion, I could understand deeply about gender, ethnicity and Asian culture.