In a new achievement added to the march of the SFDA, the Authority, represented by the pharmaceutical sector, won the first prize in the health awareness association "Hayatuna", the creativity in health awareness, in the branch of health publications awareness.
The ceremony was held under the patronage of His Excellency the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Social Affairs Abdulaziz bin Ibrahim Al-Hadlaq in Riyadh on Tuesday, 12 Safar 1434H. The award was received by pharmacist Abdulrahman bin Sultan Al Sultan (Executive Director of Communication and Awareness of the Drug Sector) on behalf of HE Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Bawazeer (Executive Vice President of Medicine).
For his part, Dr. Bawazeer said that the award of this award to the pharmaceutical sector is evidence of the great attention paid by the Authority to the awareness programs, especially publications, which are produced within a specific mechanism and steps to ensure the provision of simplified scientific materials in an attractive and entertaining manner, And continuous work on the evaluation and development of publications with the latest information and means.
As for the pharmacist / Sultan, he pointed out that the competition was very high in the category of publications in the award, where 29 government and private bodies competed, the highest number of participants among the categories of the award, but the participation of the Commission obtained the highest points, both in the level of scientific content and innovation, And the distribution, stressing the continuation of the pharmaceutical sector to update its publications and convert them into electronic media, so that they are continuously available on social networking sites.
The Health Awareness Awareness Award is organized by the Health Awareness Association and aims to involve professionals, those interested in health awareness, health promotion, public health, government and private sectors, and civil society organizations to compete in four areas: authorship, publications, artistic production and community participation.