About the Organizers

The Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) is a representative organization that was formed to enable Pharmacists’ employ their professional expertise in the care of patients.

Established in 1964, PSK has its roots in the Pharmaceutical Society of East Africa, which was registered in 1950. Since its formation, PSK continues to promote a common standard for professional conduct and code of ethics for its members, as well as advocate the welfare Pharmacists.

To enhance the quality of Pharmacy practice and keep members up-to-date with changes in Pharmacy practice, the law relating to Pharmacy and the latest technology applicable to Pharmacy.

Visit: https://psk.or.ke

United States International University-Africa has a well-deserved reputation for excellence in research in a wide range of disciplines, as well as a demonstrated commitment to fostering innovative interdisciplinary research.

The faculty of USIU-Africa is a highly qualified group of academics and professionals who are committed to finding innovative ways to meet the educational needs of USIU-Africa students. The university’s full-time faculty is complemented by an extensive adjunct teaching staff and frequent visiting lecturers. With small classes, a faculty to student ratio of one to 20 and an emphasis on hands-on training, faculty members serve as guides and partners in the learning process. This close interaction leads to a symbiotic relationship where both the professors’ and students’ academic experiences are enriched.

These academics, business leaders, journalists, government officials and professionals bring their practical experience to the classroom. The exchange of ideas also takes place on a more informal basis as academic departments and student organizations invite experts from a wide range of professional fields to give lectures and demonstrations during the weekly assembly hours and in the evenings.

Visit: https://www.usiu.ac.ke/

The Kenya UK Alliance (KUKHA) aims to provide a collaborative platform for Healthcare providers to enhance health education and service provision in the Country, in line with the Universal Health Coverage agenda.