You are warmly welcome to the Ghana College of Pharmacists!
Here, your specialist training and capacity building in all things pharmacy and pharmacy related begins and never ends. We are constantly improving and bringing up to date information and best practice to our stakeholders. Knowing how dynamic and fluid science can be, we are open to the exploration of new ideas. We are constantly working on executing our mandate and raising the practice of pharmacy and pharmacy related matters to the highest possible standard. We are always seeking ways to improve the health of the populations we serve with our services and the health outcomes of our patients we have the privilege of helping.
At the Ghana College of Pharmacists, we have three divisions and six faculties providing specialist training for all practitioners:
- Social and Administrative Pharmacy Practice;
- Drug and Herbal Medicine Discovery, Development and Production;
- Quality Assurance Pharmacy;
- Clinical Pharmacy Practice;
- Community and Family Health Pharmacy Practice; and
- Public Health Pharmacy Practice.
I will urge you to take time to visit the pages of these faculties, learn more about them and find your best fit as a professional in pharmacy and related fields. Our various specialisations, short courses and continuous professional development (CPD) programmes will surely be of interest to you.
You can also explore other resources available here including the library, the GCP Journal etc. The library offers you a wide array of resources in your specialist training journey and beyond. The journal brings to you peer reviewed scientific papers and information on what is happening at the College. You may want to consider publishing your operational and scientific research results in the GCP Journal.
As you explore the website, consider the ways be a part of the College, giving and receiving information on pharmacy and related fields and joining our community to contribute to the health of the nation and beyond.
We welcome your comments and contributions.
Once again, welcome.