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
DUPHAT 2017 Events
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
DUPHAT 2017 DUBAI
Pictures from Dubai DUPHAT 2017
Pharm Ahmed Yakasai with his award at DUPHAT 2017
Certificate of participation at DUPHAT 2017 Dubai
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