PSN President Pharm Yakassai receiving an award at DUPHAT 2017 Dubai
The current Duphat 2017 in Dubai saw the PSN president presenting a paper on the topic "REVIEW OF THE IMPACT OF MOBILE AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM (MAS) IN THE FIGHT AGAINST FAKE AND COUNTERFEIT MEDICINES IN NIGERIA-COMMUNITY PHARMACISTS AND MANUFACTURERS' PERSPECTIVES
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The PSN President with various delegates at the Duphat 2017 Dubai Conference.
At one of the Exhibitors at the DUPHAT 2017 Dubai Confernece
Pharm Yakasai with one of the Exhibitors at the DUBAI DUPHAT 2017 Conferences.
Pharm Yakassa, PSN President delivering his presentation
Presentation:REVIEW OF THE IMPACT OF MOBILE AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM (MAS) IN THE FIGHT AGAINST FAKE AND COUNTERFEIT MEDICINES IN NIGERIA-COMMUNITY PHARMACISTS AND MANUFACTURERS' PERSPECTIVES) by Pharm. Ahmed I Yakasai, FPSN, FNIM, PRESIDENT, PSN SCHEDULED FOR DAY 2 (8th March) in DUBAI HALL - D at 12.45pm to 1.30pm
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Pharm Ahmed Yakasai with his award at DUPHAT 2017
Certificate of participation at DUPHAT 2017 Dubai
Nigeria has received 500,000 doses of meningitis C containing vaccine to combat the epidemic in the country, the WHO has said. The doses were sent by the International Coordinating Group (ICG) on Vaccine Provision, an organisation that coordinates the provision of vaccine during outbreak emergencies. Dr Wondimagegnehu Alemu, the WHO Country Representative to Nigeria, said this in a statement in Abuja on Friday.
The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has advised the Federal Government against ‘too much’ indulgence in importation of vaccines especially at critical moments. Responding to questions by Journalists in Abuja, at the event of the inauguration of the new PSN EXCO/ Award night, the Society’s President, Pharmacist Ahmed Yakasai blamed the outbreak of Meningitis on emergency epidemic non-preparedness.
Pharmacist’s Council of Nigeria (PCN) ongoing drive to free Nigeria from illicit drug practices has recorded a major feat as the enforcement team stormed Enugu State, sealing 264 premises made up of 52 illegal pharmacies and 212 Patent Medicine Stores (PMS). This is a result of various offences ranging from operating without registration with PCN, failure to renew premises licence, dispensing ethical products without the supervision of a...
THE Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) has arrested five persons while it sealed a total of 264 drugs dispensing premises in Enugu State, the Director of Inspection and Monitoring, Anthonia Aruya has said. Pharmacist Aruya also disclosed that 52 pharmacies were shut for operating illegally while 212 patent medicine stores were sealed for various offences such as operating without registration with the PCN and failure to renew their premises...
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