Pharm. Tunde Kikiowo
Tunde Kikiowo currently works as the Medicines Information Project Lead at Monitor Healthcare helping to birth the vision of providing evidence-based medicines advice as a part of the strategic vision of developing healthcare systems in Africa.
B.Pharm, MSc (Drug Design), MRPharmS, PGDip Pharmacy Practice, Cert. (Inter-professional Healthcare Informatics), Certified MI trainer.
Tunde Kikiowo currently works as the Medicines Information Project Lead at Monitor Healthcare helping to birth the vision of providing evidence-based medicines advice as a part of the strategic vision of developing healthcare systems in Africa. Prior to joining Monitor Healthcare, Tunde worked in Nigeria and as well led the successful delivery of Healthcare projects in ASDA Walmart and Lloyds Pharmacy in the UK.
Tunde is an experienced Clinical Pharmacist having worked as a Specialist Cardiology Pharmacist at Buckinghamshire NHS Healthcare Trust, where he also worked as the Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Tunde was also the Surgical Specialty Pharmacist in Worcester Acute Hospitals Trust.
In addition to his role in Monitor Healthcare, he also oversees the Respiratory team at Gloucester Royal Hospital as the Clinical Pharmacist where he also develops Guidelines for Treatment Schedules and works with different Consultant-led teams in the delivery of ward-based Clinical Pharmacy responsibilities.
Tunde is deeply involved with mentoring and training pharmacists in equipping and upskilling using the latest clinical software tools in the profession, he is currently involved in the deployment of Midatabank Software for the MI projects in Africa as well as other clinical informatics projects for MHL.
Tunde graduated from the Olabisi Onabanjo University with B.Pharm, he holds a M.Sc. from the University of Wolverhampton as well as a Clinical Pharmacy Diploma from Aston University, and he recently received a certification in Inter-professional Healthcare Informatics from the University of Minnesota.
Tunde is a registered Pharmacist and a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.