Young Pharmacists’ Group
AbstractDuring the recent SAAHIP Conference, YPG was represented by Tendai Mutabeni Bbosa. This year we decided to do things a little differently, not just say what we as YPG stand for or what YPG is all about! We decided to let one of our previous YPG PIP (Professional Innovation Project) winners, Nicole Hoffman, do a brief presentation on her experience as well as her project. Since we were advertising the up and coming YPG PIP, we hoped that this would help encourage fellow YPG members to enter their projects. We also held our usual YPG newcomer Bingo, but this time we mixed it up a bit. The reason for the change was to allow our new comers to interact more with all fellow SAAHIP members.
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