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RPSA TO MOVE ON TECHNOLOGICAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEM

Rwanda Pharmaceutical Student Association (RPSA) met for the 8th Symposium on 17th March 2017, at Galileo Hotel in Huye District to discuss on how together Professionals and students can improve the way of working by using technology in their daily activities.  The objective of the conference was to meet with different stakeholders like researchers, lecturers, pharmacists, medical doctors, recent graduates, RPSA alumni, health care students, students from private universities, student from abroad, Privates sector and public health to learn from each other’s share experiences and ideas on how to improve health care in Rwanda and the globe at large benefiting from technological practice.   

Rwanda Pharmaceutical Student Association (RPSA) met for the 8th Symposium on 17th March 2017, at Galileo Hotel in Huye District to discuss on how together Professionals and students can improve the way of working by using technology in their daily activities.  The objective of the conference was to meet with different stakeholders like researchers, lecturers, pharmacists, medical doctors, recent graduates, RPSA alumni, health care students, students from private universities, student from abroad, Privates sector and public health to learn from each other’s share experiences and ideas on how to improve health care in Rwanda and the globe at large benefiting from technological practice.  

Phn Danny MUTEMBE Pharmacy Conseil Managing Director

Phn Danny MUTEMBE Pharmacy Conseil Managing Director

Phn Danny MUTEMBE, Managing Director of Pharmacy Conseil talking about Health Care System, said that there is an interconnection between infrastructure, industry and innovation where the country has invested more in infrastructure to easy manufacturing storage using a technological manner. “We have e-LMIS (Electronic Logistics Management Information System) in which the government of Rwanda invest a lot of money, let us use it in a proper way in order to deliver better service to our patient” He said.  

Insightful resolutions were adopted by the attendants owing to argumentative and thought-inciting discussions triggered by inspiring speakers like Prof. KATO Njunwa, Prof. KAYUMBA Pierre Claver among many others. A surplus to this, was again the unprecedented online video presentations witnessed in the conference like the presentation of Prof. Aldo Alvarez RISCO from Peru (Ministry of Health).

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 17:30