PSN, NMA Establish Strategies for Inter-professional Collaboration in Health Sector

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The leadership of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) and the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) on Monday, 16 July 2018, met at the Lagos Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, to promote interprofessional relationship in the Nigerian Healthcare sector.

Present at the meeting were: PSN President, Pharm. Ahmed I. Yakasai; NMA President, Dr Francis Faduyile; Chairman, PSN Inter-professional Committee, Sir Ifeanyi Atueyi; and Secretary General, NMA, Dr Olumuyiwa Peter Odusote.

Inter-professional collaboration

L-R: Chairman,PSN Inter-professional Committee, Sir Ifeanyi Atueyi; NMA President, Dr Francis Faduyile; PSN President, Pharm. Ahmed I. Yakasai and Secretary General, NMA, Dr Olumuyiwa Peter Odusote.

Speaking on the essence of the meeting, Pharm. Yakasai said PSN is interested in collaborating with NMA, in order to foster a peaceful atmosphere of practice in the health sector, as well as to familiarise themselves with the new leadership of the NMA.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. This is clear. The divide and rule tactics of the NMA is working.

    This looks like a strategy to pull out of JOHESU by forming an alliance with the NMA.

    Rather than the NMA joining JOHESU which is more ideal.

    Would have been a good thing if pharmacists follow the all or none rule… All healthcare professionals or none…

    Let us see how the game play out. I wager the pharmacists will lose out in the end.

    For breaking ranks…

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