Igbinedion varsity holds induction for pharmacists, seeks collaboration among health workers
Igbinedion University, Okada (IUO) has inducted 92 pharmacy graduands, with a charge to inductees to add value to lives and the healthcare sector.
The vice-chancellor, Prof. Lawrence Ezemonye, who spoke at the event, said the institution prides itself as one of the best in the training of pharmacists. Ezemonye said: “It is important to note that since the inception of the college in the 2004/2005 session, we have trained over 1,021 pharmacists. Indeed, our pharmacy programme has remained a flagship, which is highly sought after by applicants.
President, West Africa Postgraduate College of Pharmacists (WAPCP), Prof Cecilia Igwilo, cautioned against discrimination among health professionals.
She said identifying and drawing on the strength of each member of the healthcare profession enhances coordination and optimal service delivery.