NJP VOL 50, NO 2 2016

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Emmanuel O. Olorunshola, Partap G. Bhatia, Babajide A. Tytler and Michael U. Adikwu. Compatibility Study of Cashew and Prosopis Gums with some Artemisinin Derivatives. Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy. 2016;50(2):35-53

Aremu I. Olusola and Aremu Ahmed. Phytochemical and Antifungal screening of Jatropha curcas leaf extract in Ointment Formulations – A Preliminary Study. Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy. 2016;50(2):55-59

Oyerinde O. Opeoluwa, Akinola A. Alexander and Adepitan V. Kofoworola. Knowledge of Non-Narcotic Analgesics and their Uses among Non-Medical Students of the University of Lagos. Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy. 2016;50(2):60-68

EDITORIAL COMMENTS

Here comes the conference edition of the journal for POWER STATE 2016 (89th  Annual National Conference of PSN at Hon. Justice Idris Legbo Kutigi International Conference Centre, Minna, Niger State, Nov 7th to 12th 2016). We are all welcome to Minna, capital of Niger State.

The Cover story in this edition is on journey of PharmD in Nigeria, in two versions, academic and politics, from those who have seen it all and from different perspectives.

Viewpoint is focused on Art of Writing  which tells us we all should be improving on our writing skills regularly otherwise we may be communicating unintended messages to our audience because ‘in today’s world, we are all writers’

The Healthy Living segment is about Health Triangle which is a combination of physical, social and mental health.

The Original Research section is still waxing strong. Interesting articles are available for your consumption.

The abstracts for presentation at the poster session during the conference are compiled in this edition for your perusal and easy access.

The CPC under the leadership of Pharm. Gbenga Olubowale FPSN and the LOC under the leadership of Pharm Hamza Yahaya have promised us education and entertainment at this conference and I know they will deliver so prepare to learn, enjoy and network maximally.

Enjoy reading and have a nice time at the conference.

Editor in Chief

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