HIV / AIDS still presents a challenge that is not novel to Kenya, Africa and the world at a whole. Pre-exposure prophylaxis has been used widely in the last few years and advanced pharma technology is still keen in eradicating the disease and or minimising its effects.
The annual PSK (Pharmaceutical society of Kenya) scientific conference was this year yet again a convene of intellectuals pharmacists from all over Kenya whose main aim was the theme ; ‘’How Pharmacists Collectively make a difference.’’ The conference held at Travellers Hotel and Beach in the Coastal town of Mombasa commenced on 1st May to
On 13th to 14th May this year the Hospital Pharmacists Association of Kenya held their 13th symposium at the Crowne Plaza Hotel located in upper hill Nairobi. The theme of the year was Non communicable diseases; Opportunities in Pharmacy Practice. After the opening remarks from Dr Tom Menge, the first presentation was done by Dr
”Time Crystal” is the name of what scientists now call a new state of matter. For the first time you would think it is a sequel from one of those si-fi movies that hollywood has continually baffled us with but no , it is as real as it sounds fake. This discovery as they say
Over the past 40 years, information technology has had a major impact on the working lives of millions of people. Many industries have embraced computer technology because of the benefits of automated information processing. These include enabling routine, repetitive and monotonous tasks to be conducted with consistent accuracy; standardisation and consistent use of terminology and
1) Empowered Patients Empowered patients who become equal partners with their caregivers have to potential to hack the whole healthcare system. They do research, they gather information and they keep informed. While this can be beneficial in many ways, medicine is not something laymen can easily understand. Medical professionals of every field have to get