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A research by the Kenya Association of Pharmaceutical Industry (KAPI) and the University of Nairobi’s (UoN) School of Pharmacy has revealed that Kenya is at risk from unregulated drugs.

According to the findings of the research, Kenyans could be taking stale or counterfeit medicines.

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Members of the Dept. of Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy, along with other content writers at the workshop

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Prof A.N. Guantai (2nd lef, seated) and Dr M.N. Oluka (2nd right, seated) among other participants

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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

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;

Lecture Theatre III
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