L-R) Prof. Fola Tayo, General Secretary, Nigeria Academy of Pharmacy; Olumide Akintayo, National President, Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN); Sir Ifeanyi Atuenyi, Vice-President, Nigeria Academy of Pharmacy; and Pharm. Amaka Okafor, representative of Registrar, Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) at a press briefing on the Pharmacy Education Summit of the Nigeria Academy of Pharmacy which held at the Pharmacy House of the PSN on Monday, in Lagos. By: Chioma Umeha, Health EditorApril 23, 2015 in Healthy Living0 Comments
Speaking to journalist in Lagos on Monday, the President of the Academy, Prince Julius Adelusi-Adeluyi, said the aim of the summit is to carry out situation analysis, identify gaps and proffer solution towards a better pharmacy education and practice in Nigeria.
He said the responsibility of the pharmacist have changed from mere drug dispensing to collaborative medication management with physicians and other health care professionals.