The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria has emphasized that her 95th Annual National Conference will not be what it used to be.
This has been made known by the society’s president, Prof. Cyril Odianose Usifoh, in a chat with the news crew of CEOAFRICA.
The conference, which is slated to hold between October 31 and November 5, 2022, in Jos, will be replete with thought-provoking and highly educative lectures, as well as accord pharmacists the opportunity of networking with their peers for a better medical practice, as stated by the medicine don.
Speaking further, Prof. Usifoh emphasized that the conference has less than two months to kick off and preparations have been in accelerated gear, as every step is being taken to ensure that the conference is highly hitch-free.
In a related development, the governor of Plateau state, Rt Hon. Barr. Simon BakoLalong, has expressed the deep appreciation of the state to have been granted the privilege of hosting pharmacists nationwide; while stating the state’s readiness to do so, he also stressed that such stride shows the achievement of his administration in ensuring that lasting peace returns in the state.
The theme chosen for the said conference is “Medicine Security in an Unstable Economy”.