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Press Releases from EMDEX (4 total)

07-24-2018 | Health & Medicine
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EMDEX announces Partnership with Pharmécrit

EMDEX Limited is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with Pharmécrit effective March 5, 2018. This relationship is established with a sole objective of producing high quality, evidence-based, and up-to-date information about drugs and their therapeutic applications. This will be made available through EMDEX publications to all healthcare professionals in Nigeria, Africa, and the rest of the world. Pharmécrit, a medical communications company, is the new leading medical content contributor
07-10-2018 | Health & Medicine
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EMDEX and ITmedicus release a new free Drug Information App on Android

EMDEX Nigeria, in partnership with ITmedicus, is pleased to announce the launch of free EMDEX Drug Information App on Google Play Store. The iOS version will be available soon. The two companies are also working together on several other apps specifically targeting Nigeria's healthcare sector. This Free version of EMDEX App has several unique functionalities, practice resources & tools including: •Free CPD/CME program powered by mdBriefCase •EMDEX RapidRx – Drug Therapy Management Newsletter •Indication
11-06-2017 | Health & Medicine
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May & Baker and Others Sponsor 2017 Annual Pharmacists Conference in Nigeria

Umuahia, the capital city of Abia State in southeastern Nigeria, will be hosting over 5000 pharmacists at the 2017th edition of PSN national conference. There will also be exhibitions by pharmaceutical manufacturers and importers from within and outside the country. This annual event is usually the largest gathering of pharmacists and pharmaceutical companies in Africa. LAGOS, Nigeria. November 5, 2017 - The 90th Annual National Conference of the PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF
11-03-2017 | Health & Medicine
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Pemason Pharma Sponsors Drug Information Publication - EMDEX 2018-2019 Edition

Publication of drug information is a costly operation, made more challenging in a harsh economic and resource-limited setting like the sub-Saharan Africa. To sustain its yearly updates and digitize the print editions, EMDEX needed a lifeline in form of sponsorship. Pemason, Nigeria’s leading pharmaceutical firm, promptly said yes to the initiative. The outcome is the onset of a unique partnership that can potentially change the face of healthcare in the