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Presentation of the last print copy of the US Pharmacopeia by Dr. Juliet Konje Senior Programme Manager, Africa Partnerships & Growth- Africa US Pharmacopeia
Presentation of the last print copy of the US Pharmacopeia by Dr. Juliet Konje Senior Programme Manager, Africa Partnerships & Growth- Africa US Pharmacopeia
Bachelor of Pharmacy Level I 2022 intake White Coat Ceremony
Chairman, Dr. Titus Kahiga with Health Cabinet Secretary Susan Nakhumicha at the Inaugural National Cancer Summit
Dr. Tirus Wachira at the Mogotio Sub-County Medical Camp coordinated by the Kenyatta Uniersity Pharmacy Students Association KUPhSA led by Chairperson Kenyatta University Pharmacy Students Association KUPhSA, Andrew Kembio and patron Dr. Noah Chepkech
Oathing Ceremony for BPharm Class of 2022
Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) Fellow, Prof. Francis Ndemo at the Class of 2022 Oathing Ceremony
Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) CEO, Dr. Lucas K. Nyabero, Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) Fellow, Prof. Francis Ndemo and Chairman, Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy, Dr. Titus Kahiga at the Class of 2022 Oathing Ceremony
Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) CEO, Dr. Lucas K. Nyabero at the Class of 2022 Oathing Ceremony
(Deliberations with University of Waterloo on possible partnership and collaborative opportunities). Prof. Ian Rawlands and Amelia Burton (WARTERLOO INTERNATIONAL); Dr. Titus Kahiga, Dr. Stephen

WHITE COAT CEREMONY: A Transition From Lay Men and Women to Studentship in Pharmacy

On 9th November 2020, the newly admitted 1st year students began their 5-year Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPham) journey with the White Coat Ceremony. White coats have been worn since the late 1880’s by scientists used them for protection against chemicals that they were working with. The White Coat Ceremony originated in University of Chicago's Pritzker School of Medicine in 1989 and spread rapidly to schools of pharmacy, dentistry, and nursing worldwide. The ceremony symbolizes professionalism, caring and trust, which students must earn from patients and serves as a reminder of students’ new purpose to serve humanity through diligence and excellence.

The ceremony held at Business and Student Service Center (BSSC) was chaired by the Dean- Dr. Gladys Mwangi and Chairmen of Departments- Dr. Maurice Kodhiambo, Dr. Samuel Chege and Dr. Stephen Thuita; School Examinations Coordinator- Dr. Everlyne Wanzala; School Administration Assistant-Ms. Eunice Macharia, Technician-Edward Kariuki and Student Leaders Bernard Karanja-KUSA Chairman, Maurice Omurwa- School Congressperson and Brian Omondi- KUPhSA Secretary General were in attendance.

The Dean officially received and welcomed the new students and advised them on how to connect with academics and life at the University. Students were commissioned to realign their thoughts, behaviour and actions to the profession they have been called and consequently admitted to train and symbolism and honor of wearing a white coat reiterated.

Newly admitted Bachelor of Pharmacy Students at BSSC during the Induction Meeting and White Coat Ceremony

 

 

Student leaders, Bernard Karanja-middle (KUSA Chairman) Maurice Omurwa-right (School of Pharmacy Congressperson and Brian Omondi (KUPhSA Secretary General)

 

Ag. Dean, Dr. Gladys Mwangi, Conducting the White Coat Ceremony

 

 

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