The Pharmacy in Practice editorial board is an advisory group who help to guide the direction of the content of this site. The role of the editorial board is vital to ensure that all materials produced are of the highest standard. Although the board members do not have direct input into the creation of the content they will help steer the future direction and give robust feedback when appropriate.
In the coming weeks, we will feature each editorial board member and showcase their career highlights.
Osenadia C. Joseph-Ebare
Osenadia is currently a final year pharmacy student at King’s College London (KCL).
He is a past executive member of the British Pharmaceutical Student Organisation (BPSA) and currently is appointed onto the RPS Industrial Pharmacists Forum (IPF) to represent the student perspective on pharmaceutical industries, and pursue their interests.
He chairs the IPF student group, a team of KCL and UCL pharmacy undergraduates to achieve these objectives.
Osenadia is also a prolific public health activist and led cross-professional student conferences, workshops and national public health campaigns to raise the awareness of Antimicrobial Resistance and the threat it poses to society.
His current focus is centred upon designing innovative services to improve the quality of care within the NHS.