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A prototype of a new class of well-tolerated anticancer agents, called CTU, has been developed by pharmaceutical scientists in Australia, and the research presented at the FIP conference. Research showing …

The number of pharmacists per 10,000 population has grown around the world, according to a new report from the International Pharmaceutical Federation Education Initiative. The publication, “Global pharmacy workforce intelligence: …

Too many community pharmacies are subsidising pharmacy professional services from their own pockets, according to the International Pharmaceutical Federation. FIP made this statement following its publication today of a new …

FIP President Carmen Peña has called on pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists around the world to ensure that the profession of pharmacy remains relevant and able to respond effectively to the …

Australian pharmacists Dr Rebekah Moles and Associate Professor Jennifer Marriott were among the 11 pharmacists from eight countries honoured with Fellowships at the opening ceremony of the 75th International Pharmaceutical …

Learning together with other health professionals is becoming more mainstream for pharmacists and future pharmacists, according to the FIP Education Initiative Report. The report, Interprofessional education in a pharmacy context: …

Giovanni M. Pauletti, Associate Professor of biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics at the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, is to take on the role of Scientific …

Pharmacists around the world are celebrating World Pharmacists Day today, says FIP. The International Pharmaceutical Federation says it has heard about a variety of events being prepared by its member …

Friday September 25 is World Pharmacists Day and to mark the occasion, the PSA has launched a campaign letting the community know of the great work that pharmacists do and …

An Arabic version of the FIP pictogram software has been launched to help pharmacists internationally communicate with refugees. The global refugee crisis, particularly the nine million Syrians estimated to have …

Global standards of practice used by hospital pharmacists around the world have been revised and released by the Hospital Pharmacy Section of the International Pharmaceutical Federation. The standards, known as …

Major global organisations for pharmacists, doctors and nurses, including FIP, have adopted a new set of ethical principles, designed as an important step towards the protection of healthcare workers and …