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The End of Year examinations in UPC 413: Pharmaeutical Chemistry IV for B.Pharm IV for the academic year 2016/2017 are scheduled to begin on  Monday, 15th May, 2017.

Candidates are reminded to observe PUNCTUALITY and familiarize themselves with the rules and trgulations governing University examinations.

The examinations shalll run as follows:



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Pharmaceutical Chemistry Hall
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The workshop was to plan for grant activities on antimicrobial stewardship and non-communicable diseases for the Newton Grant recipients at University of Strathclyde Glasgow UK.

Dr Opanga stayed on for a further two weeks in Glasgow, where she attended meetings with the NHS and the Farr Research Group; and participated in ward rounds at Queen Elizabeth hospital and several pharmacist led clinics



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University of Strathclyde Glasgow UK
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The Intellectual Property Management Office IPMO carried out an Intellectual Property sensitization training for all  staff and postgraduate students of the School of Pharmacy on 7thApril 2017 at the level iii in Nairobi.

The objective of the training was to teach the staff and postgraduate students;



Location
Lecture Theatre III
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The School of Pharmacy held a half day ISO 9001:2015 sensitization training for staff on 16th March, 2017 at the School of Pharmacy boardroom.



Location
School of Pharmacy Boardroom
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In a study  conducted by Dr. Manani and co-workers, on the pharmaceutical equivalence of clarithromycin oral dosage forms marketed in Nairobi County, Kenya found out that a significant percentage of generic clarithromycin products are pharmaceutically non-equivalent to the innovator products, and that assay and single-point dissolution tests are insufficient demonstration of equivalence between the generic and innovator products.



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