The PSGH will soon unveil a research grant program, as part of efforts geared towards advancing evidence-based advocacy within the pharmaceutical sector. This program, still under wraps, aligns with the Society’s strategic plan and aims to empower PSGH members to conduct impactful implementation research projects in designated thematic areas.

In an interview with the Apothecary news, the President of the PSGH, Pharm. Dr. Samuel Know Donkoh declared the initiative as “novel and exciting”. “This initiative underscores our unwavering commitment to fostering a culture of evidence-based practice and advocacy within the Ghanaian pharmaceutical landscape.”

Dr. Paul Owusu Donkoh, Chairperson of the PSGH Strategic Plan Coordinating Committee, echoed the President’s enthusiasm. “This program represents a crucial investment in the future of pharmacy in Ghana,” He emphasized. “By supporting our members to undertake implementation research, we are equipping them with the tools and resources necessary to address critical challenges and advocate for positive change within the healthcare system.”

While the specific details of the grant program remain undisclosed, it is expected to focus on thematic areas aligned with the PSGH’s strategic priorities. The PSGH’s commitment to research aligns with a growing global trend within the pharmaceutical profession.

Stay tuned for further updates from the PSGH as the details of this exciting new research grant program are unveiled in the coming days.