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Issue 1 of vol 33 of the International Pharmacy Journal is now available. Over 40 pages of pharmacy matters from all over the world and including some of the latest FIP Bureau decisions.
• Free trade partnerships: Bad for our health?
• What do doctors think about pharmacy? (We interviewed the secretary general of the World Medical Association)
• Partnerships developing treatments: Tips for success
• Competition fears hindering care of Australians with chronic disease
• Developing markets where pharmacists are seen as part of the team
• Patient partnerships giving future pharmacists better skills
• Experts brought together to offer clinical skills qualifications to hospital pharmacists
• Advanced pharmacy practice in the US landscape
• Opinion: Let us rise like a phoenix from the ashes
• Pharmacy in the Land of the Blue Sky
• Counterfeit medicines: Nine things you should know
And news includes:
• FIP to focus on harm reduction
• New chairman for FIPEd
• Worldwide use of “smart” syringes required by 2020
• New ethical reference for healthcare workers in times of unrest
• Ebola vaccine goes to phase III trials
• FIP talks antimicrobial resistance and investment in pharmacists’ education
• New FIPEd report to support growth of interprofessional education
• First review of e-learning in undergraduate health professional education
• Pharmacy supply of marijuana likely to be further delayed
• Patent for US$1,000 per pill hepatitis treatment denied
• Hospital pharmacists want electronic prescribing across Europe
• Three quarters of pharmacies are victims of crime
All this and more is available today!
FIP members can access the interactive magazine and pdf here.