Final year student is IPSF delegate to World Health Assembly
Final year MPharm student at Medway School of Pharmacy selected as IPSF delegate to World Health Assembly
A final year Master of Pharmacy student at Medway School of Pharmacy, Yasmin Osei-Kuffour has been selected to be part of the International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation (IPSF) delegation at the 68th World Health Assembly in Geneva this year.
The IPSF was established in 1949. Since then, it now represents more than 270,000 pharmacy students and recent graduates in 67 countries worldwide. IPSF is the leading international advocacy organisation of pharmacy students promoting improved public health through provision of information, education, networking, and a range of publication and professional activities.
Yasmin will be attending meetings, representing the IPSF and participate in discussions with global health leaders and member states about a variety of topics. This will involve meeting and networking with representatives from a variety of organisations as well as assisting in the presentation of the IPSF's policy interventions.This achievement will also allow her to participate in writing a report about important topics that will be discussed, such as Ebola and the post-2015 Development Goals.