In conjunction with World Pharmacists Day 2018, MPS Membership Chapter and SwipeRx have teamed up for this exclusive challenge just for you! If you are a MPS member, do tell us in not more than 300 words, how being a MPS member has made a difference for you personally, and professionally? Both entries in English and Bahasa Malaysia are accepted. You may stand a chance to win hampers worth RM500! Join now!
This campaign runs between 12th Oct and 21st Oct 2018. Winners will be announced on the 28th Oct. All winning entries will be published on SwipeRx and MPS official sites.
Submit your testimonial here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QM7CRN8?uid=srx_user_id
To inspire members to join the contest and to give an idea on how easy it is to participate in the contest please see a sample testimonial as provided by the Chairperson of the MPS-Membership Chapter:
As I sat to pen off a few words for the “MPS-SwipeRx Testimonial Challenge Survey”, I tried connecting the dots back to 1997 when I graduated from USM Penang. Looking at where I am today as a pharmacist, I can proudly confess that MPS has been the main driving force in my career and personal development. My journey of 19 years with MPS has significantly impacted me personally and professionally.
Personally, MPS has molded me from every aspect of soft skills. Having to meet new members and to work with them in organizing projects has sharpened my leadership qualities as well. My society has provided me with an identity which has helped me connect with all my fellow pharmacists nationwide. I have personally received a helping hand whenever I needed be it in a community or hospital environment. Unity amongst us bridges all gaps and as my journey to learn carries on, I will continue to serve the society.
Professionally, my journey with MPS started in 2009. MPS has tremendously impacted my career and professional outlook. My involvement in the MPS Penang Area Committee from an ordinary member to being the Chairman eventually enabled me and my committee to serve the society and drive numerous activities at state and National level. In 2009, I received the “MPS-THC Pharmacist of the Year 2009 in Community Practice” award which was a milestone in my career.
MPS has always been my professional home and it always will be. If we want a change, we have to be THE CHANGE. MPS is US. We need to drive the society to achieve our dreams for the profession. This is my testimonial. What is yours? Join us and share your story which may inspire others to Join MPS.
Bharati Suresh Chand
Membership Chapter Chairman