Category Archives: Campus

Flipped classroom in Pharmacology

Active learning strategies and self-directed learning (SDL) are becoming increasingly important in medical education. Students should develop SDL skills to make sense of the increasing amount of new information and to be prepared for practice. The number of new drugs and therapies are constantly increasing in pharmacology and staying abreast of recent developments remains a […]

AIMU and cricket

AIMU campus is located near The Daren Sammy Cricket Ground where International Cricket games, Caribbean Premier League and other domestic cricket games are played. The Indian Cricket Team came to the stadium to play a test match against West Indies on Aug 9th-13th 2016. AIMU students did not miss the opportunity to pose for some […]

Computer-aided pharmacology experiments

MD4 students participated in a computer-aided learning session in pharmacology on Tuesday, 29th May at 1 pm. Working in three small groups students used computer software to study the effects of medicines on dog blood pressure, rabbit eye and frog heart. Each group was provided with a set of tasks to complete. The session served […]

AIMU organizes Nursing day

AIMU School of Nursing celebrated Nurses Day on 23rd May 2018 from 10am to 12 midday, with an opening prayer by a nursing student and welcome address by Mrs. Amsa Elumalai, coordinator of the Nursing Department. In attendance were twenty (20) nursing students, staff members from the Nursing Department, Dean of Medicine Dr. Ravi, Campus […]

AIMU students participate in ‘water fair’

AMSA-AIMU chapter was glad to have the opportunity to collaborate with St Lucia Diabetes and Heart Association on May 17, 2018. The Water Fair took a place at Rodney Bay Mall from 9 am till 4 pm. Twelve students from our school had a great learning experience at this event. We were applying our knowledge […]

Student conference organized by SGA

The Student Government Association (SGA) held its first chapter student conference on 11th May 2018 with the theme SHARING EXPERIENCES. The conference was interactive educative, empowering and fun. The program served as 1) an opportunity for interaction among students (both new and old students) to share long lasting innovative skills that will help in greater […]