Interview with Pharmatimes
We congratulate you on your re-appointment for a second term in office. How far did you go in achieving your first term agenda?
Thank you for congratulating me and also for giving me this opportunity to give account of stewardship during my first term in office as of Registrar, Pharmacists Council.
Recognising that it is critical to understand the end goal and objectives before starting out, I conceived the idea of having a vision and mission as guiding principles on assumption of office on June 12, 2014. My vision was to put in place Pharmacy practice that is generational in thoughts, actions and deeds as well as promote the tenets of the profession to meet the needs of the patients while, the mission was to create societal change agents cut of career professionals through self-transformation as intellectual practitioner with moral courage. READ MORE
Interview with Pharmanews
Tell us briefly about yourself, specifically your professional background?
My name is Pharm. Nurudeen Aimanekhi Elijah Mohammed from Etsako West Local Government Area of Edo State. I am currently the Registrar, Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN). I got my Bachelor in Pharmacy degree in 1984 from the prestigious Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Benin and in 1997, I had my MBA from the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma and M.Sc in Management from the University of Lagos, Lagos (2008). I am a Ph.D holder in Healthcare Management, Policy Development and Implementation, Walden University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.READ MORE