The search for homegrown solutions to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has gathered momentum. Despite opposition from the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and other agencies, traditional/ herbal cures are blazing the trail.
Worried by the country’s extremely weak health system which is very poorly rated, pharmacists under the aegis of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) Lagos Chapter have made recommendation on how to re-position the nation’s health system for future emergencies.
As part of efforts to boost healthcare delivery, the leaderships of Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) and Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) have constituted a joint committee on inter-professional harmony to improve the working relationship between the two professions.
Pharmacists under the aegis of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) have intensified activities to upscale their Medicine Information Centre (MIC) to a National Drug and Poisons Information, Emergency Response and Research (DPIERR) centre.
To address issues plaguing the pharmaceutical sector and to boost national development, the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has recommended that innovation is required if the country is to achieve sustainable access to medicines...