Kwame plays a dual role as the Deputy Executive Secretary and the Strategic Plans Manager of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSGH).
Kwame is responsible for ensuring the achievement of key deliverables in the PSGH 10-year strategic plan hinged on; Ensuring Patient Centered Care, Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness of Pharmacists, Improving Sustainable Access to Medicines, and Strengthening the Society to Influence National Health Policies. As a multidisciplinary and results-oriented pharmacist and a global health professional with experience in stakeholder management, program-policy implementation and advocacy, Kwame engages various stakeholders in Government, Ministries and other agencies to collaborate on Pharmaceutical and other healthcare issues. His role also includes driving the Society’s global health and advocacy program on Antimicrobial Resistance, Access to Medicines, Rational Medicine Use, Adolescent Reproductive Health and Alcohol and Opioid Abuse.
Kwame has vast experience and understanding of the various practice areas of the profession having worked as the Head of Pharmacy of the West-Brong Presbyterian Health Services, Medical Representative of Shalina Healthcare, Senior Research Assistant at the University of Cape Coast, and as the Proprietor of Hymall Pharmacy. As a former project team member at “ReAct: action on antibiotics resistance in Uppsala University”, he contributed to the creation of the ‘ReAct Toolbox’ which has been recommended for countries in setting up a national action plan on antimicrobial resistance.
Kwame is a graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (Ghana) and has a certificate in Leadership and Management from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, a Master’s degree in Global Health from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, Pharmaceutical Policy Analysis Certificate from Utrecht University in the Netherlands and currently working on his thesis for MBA from Paris Graduate School of Management