The President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana, Pharm. Samuel Kow Donkoh, has commended the PSGH e-pharmacy committee, for their constructive inputs into the development of the Ghana National Electronic Pharmacy Platform (GNEPP).
The President lauded the committees’ effort at the launch of the GNEPP in Accra on Monday 18th July when he took his turn to address the audience.
According to Pharm. Donkoh, “The e-Pharmacy committee has done a great job within this short space of time by working with our regulator the Pharmacy Council and relevant stakeholders.
It may be recalled that following the launch of the e-pharmacy policy and guidelines in December last year by the Pharmacy Council, President Donkoh and the Governing Board of the PSGH established the e-pharmacy committee to review the e-Pharmacy policy & guidelines and make inputs before implementation. The committee was also tasked to conduct post-implementation monitoring and evaluation and identify all risks and put in place risks mitigation plans during implementation.
The committee continues to work closely with the Pharmacy Council to arrive at an end product that will not only enable e-pharmacy to thrive and stand the test of time but importantly, make it very easy for the ordinary Ghanaian user to have easier access to quality pharmaceutical care.
Members of the committee
- William D. Ofori – Chairman
- Francis Kofi Aboagye-Nyame – Member
- Dr. Emmanuel Ireland – Member
- Pharm. Dr. Vera Asante – Member
- Pharm. Samuel Anim-Yeboah – Member
- Pharm. Isaac Owusu-Ansah – Member
- Pharm. Andrew Paa Nii Quao – Member