E-DRUG: Global Conference on the Future of Hospital Pharmacy
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Historic meeting to develop consensus on the future of hospital care
provided by pharmacists
FIP, the international organisation representing 2 million pharmacists
worldwide, will hold a conference from 30-31 August 2008 as part of the
68th FIP Congress in Basel, Switzerland, to address issues that will shape
the future of hospital pharmacy practice.
Hosted by the FIP Hospital Pharmacy Section, the conference will identify
opportunities for improvement in all aspects of the medication use
process, including the procurement, preparation, distribution, prescribing
and administration of medicines in hospitals. Human resources and training
of hospital pharmacists will also be discussed. Consensus statements will
be developed to offer guidance on the development of tools, timelines and
tactics for achieving these advancements.
FIP will seek representatives from every country to attend the conference
and represent their nation in the consensus development process. The
conference will also be open to any hospital pharmacy leader, hospital
pharmacist or other individual interested in hospital pharmacy practice.
This conference will truly be a unique opportunity to influence, in a very
direct way, the development of hospital pharmacy in all countries of the
For more information about the Global Conference on the Future of Hospital
Pharmacy, please visit the conference website at www.fip.org/globalhosp or
contact the conference organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make plans now to attend the Global Conference on the Future of Hospital
Pharmacy and the 68th International Congress of FIP!
Global Conference on the Future of Hospital Pharmacy
International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP)
P.O. Box 84200, 2508 AE The Hague, The Netherlands
Ms Satu J. Siiskonen
Erasmus University Medical Center
's Gravendijkwal 230
3015 CE Rotterdam
"Satu Johanna Siiskonen" <email@example.com>