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A new global intelligence report provides what its publishers call the most extensive and representative overview yet of the evolution of pharmacists’ role in vaccination The report, “Leveraging pharmacy to …

As the profession evolves FIP is introducing a new database to support the expansion of pharmacists’ scope of practice  The International Pharmaceutical Federation’s (FIP’s) Impact Database was launched on Sunday …

The theme for World Pharmacists Day in September 2024 has been revealed “Pharmacists: Meeting global health needs” will be the theme of World Pharmacists Day on 25 September 2024, the International Pharmaceutical …

Alongside colleagues in nursing, medicine and dentistry, pharmacists condemn violence against health providers The World Health Professions Alliance is asking health professionals worldwide to sign an open letter calling for …

New guidance for pharmacists to manage symptoms of iron deficiency anaemia has been published The guidance, which includes supporting self-care and prevention of the condition is shared in a new handbook published …

Paul Sinclair is the first Australian to lead the International Pharmacy Federation. He also retins a burning passion for pharmacy in Australia. He spoke to AJP editor Chris Brooker about …

FIP’s release of the Advancing pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences through the academic capacity assessment handbook, is a significant step forward, the president says  The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) is reaffirming …

Pharmacists should take an active role in supporting and encouraging self-care, a new report finds Pharmacists’ current understandings and views about self-care are presented in a new publication by the …

New AMR policy also calls for pharmacy organisation and government collaboration to stop antimicrobial over-use National pharmacy organisation, governments and policymakers must join forces to regulate and monitor antimicrobials consumption, …

New study’s report card on threat say knowledge level is high but still room for improvement through more education Pharmacy curricula broadly require improvement to help pharmacists deal with the …

Point-of-care testing in community pharmacies is becoming more common, and is strongly correlated with health outcomes and cost savings A new report by the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) examines the …

FIP launches new fund for international exchange program in memory of the late Dominique Jordan  The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) has announced the launch of a fund to support the …