Pharmacist Roger Ahiable of Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) recently joined a delegate of members attending the first ever Africa Regional Oncology Pharmacy Symposium (AROPS) in Kenya. Roger works at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, which is supported by World Child Cancer.
Speakers from around the world joined regional and national experts representing pharmacists and oncologists to discuss new ways of working to ease workloads and better support patients.
Roger’s attendance was sponsored by the UBS Optimus Foundation which, in a three-year partnership with World Child Cancer, aims to create West Africa’s first Centre of Excellence for paediatric oncology at KBTH.
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