Haiti

  • 2017
  • Haiti

Bernard Mevs Hospital, Port-au-Prince

Objectives:

Review the role of the pharmacist as a resource person on the proper use of medicines

Review the good pharmaceutical practice i.e. the right patient, the right medication, the right dose, the right route and the right time to be at the center of decisions making.

Review the distribution of medicines and pharmaceutical care recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Optimize patient outcomes through the judicious use, safe, efficient, appropriate and effective medicines.

For more information, please write to Genevieve Larouche Mission Leader at info@psfcanada.org 

Our volunteers:

Genevieve Larouche, Mission Leader

November/December 2016

Suzanne Levesque, Pharmacist
Lisa Brander, Pharmacist
Lyne Martel, Pharmacist
Marie-Michèle Lagadec, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal
Léa Sara, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal

February 2017

Frédérique Bouthot, Pharmacist
Shaina Assuntaya Leblanc, Pharmacy Student University of Montréal
Julie Lamontagne Lapierre, Pharmacy Student University of Montréal
Jacob Lavoie, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal

April 2017

Pamela Simpson, Pharmacist
Rose-Marie Huynh, Pharmacist
Sophie Lachapelle, Pharmacist
Laurence Messier, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal
Catherine Filion, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal

November 2017

Nathalie Gadbois, Pharmacist
Jeanne Laverdière, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal
Gabrielle Dupéré, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal 

February 2018

Marie-Philip Lalancette, Pharmacist
Julien Roger, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal
Jennifer Leong, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal
Carole-Anne Arcand, Pharmacy Student University of Montreal