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ERIC M. ADRIRaising the Flag of Pharmcy in Volta
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GODFRIED B. ABUThe New Vice President
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Manuscripts are invited from academicians, researchers, students and pharmacists for publication in GPJ as email attachment in MS-Word format to: editor@psgh.org, for publication read more

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PSGH AGM 2016
Abstract submission deadline is 31st May 2016 and must be submitted tomtbayor@yahoo.com; koheneb@hotmail.com and timba102@hotmail.com
Thescientificsections at the AGM will attract CPD credits. Read more...



 
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Emerging viral diseases: Opportunities and threats to pharmacy practice

Yellow fever can be recognized from historic texts stretching back 400 years, causing large epidemics in Africa and the Americas during the slave trade.  It is also called yellow plague and  one of viral haemorrhagic fevers.
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Ghanaian pharmacist wins 2016 Young African Researchers Award

Pharm. Dr. Christian Agyare, a Senior Lecturer at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science of Technology (KNUST) has been selected as the winner for this year’s Young African Researchers Awards. Read more

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Pharmacy Council develops CPD guideline

The document addresses critical questions regarding the administration of CPDs in Ghana. Read more

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Young pharmacists win international entrepreneurship challenge

The MedRx team was selected as the ultimate winner after all the finalists pitched their business to a room of successful entrepreneurs, business leaders, judges, investors and international media. Read more

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Documentation and data management poor across community pharmacies

He further revealed that the association in collaboration with the PSGH will embark on monitoring activities across pharmacies to ensure that standards of practice are being adhered to assure patient safety. Read more

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Enforce ban on unregistered Ciprobiotic

The NGO, which seeks to promote healthy life, said it was amazed that after the FDA issued a press statement on August 25, 2015 against the use of the drug, it had failed to conduct checks to ensure that the fake drug (Ciprobiotic 250) was off the shelves. Read more

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Utilize pharmacists' expertise to treat malaria - PSGH-WR urges populace

Pharm. Yaa Pokua Baiden, the regional chair, together with her team, stressed on the need for the public to speak to their pharmacists anytime they access care from pharmacies in the region, adding that, pharmacists were always ready to guide them navigate the treatment of the disease. Read more
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The Apothecary News April 2016 Online Edition Published

Read the latest news and information about pharmacy practice in Ghana in this edition. Emmanuel E. Walker shares in this edition some of the strategies to avoid medications errors. Read more...

 

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FDA eases restriction on metformin use in renal impairment
The current labeling strongly recommends against use of metformin in some patients whose kidneys do not work normally because use of metformin in these patients can increase the risk of developing a serious and potentially deadly condition called lactic acidosis, in which too much lactic acid builds up in the blood. Read more...
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KATH Abandons Intern Pharmacists
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