Pharmacists warned against sharp practices
Pharmaceutical Council of Nigeria (PCN) has warned its members against making quick money by involving in the manufacture and sale of fake drugs.
Imo government PCN partner against drug abuse
Imo State Governor, Emeka Ihedioha has decried high rate of drug abuse among youths, stressing that his administration would set up a task force to clamp down on vendors of fake and unapproved drugs in the state.
Weak regulation fuels rise in medical errors, drug problems in Nigeria
Medical experts have raised fresh alarm over rise in fake and adulterated drugs, medicines’ abuse and misuse, misdiagnosis, disease treatment errors and failure as well as morbidity and mortality in the country. They blamed the situation on the delay and failure by the Federal Government (FG) in reconstituting the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria…
Dalung congratulates PCN as new board highlights plans for success
Youth and Sports Development Minister, Solomon Selcap Dalung has congratulated the newly-elected board of the Paralympic Committee Nigeria...
PCN inducts 102 graduates of Igbinedion varsity
The Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN), has inducted 102 graduands of the Dora Akunyili College of Medicine, Igbinedion University, Okada.
PCN seals 343 pharmacies, PPMVs in Kebbi
The Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) has sealed 343 pharmacies and patent and proprietary medicine vendors( PPMVs) in Kebbi State for improper handling...
PCN seals 498 drug stores in Plateau
Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) has sealed 498 drug stores across Plateau State.This was disclosed at a press conference in Jos, weekend, by the PCN director in charge of inspection and monitoring, Mrs. Anthonia Aruya.
Upgrading pharmacy degree for effective practice to boost patient care
The pharmaceutical sector has raised concern on the need to re-evaluate the professional doctorate in pharmacy.According to pharmacists, the degree has received low recognition in the country and its healthcare space.
Peace corps, cops clash in Abuja
There was pandemonium yesterday in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) following the clash between men of the Mobile Police Unit and officers of the Peace Corps of Nigeria...
Commissioner urges FG to prioritise healthcare as security issue
The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris has charged the Federal Government to place healthcare as security issue.He said the nation’s healthcare system is currently in chaos and ineffective, with its global level being a major concern as Nigeria is rated very low in public health.