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 Düsseldorf (Germany)
E1.1 - 6th AIM Global Deans Forum: Integrating science and practice into pharmacy/pharmaceutical education
E1.2 - 6th AIM Global Deans Forum: Integrating science and practice into pharmacy/pharmaceutical education
E2.1 - Pharmacy Technicians Symposium - Achieving a strong pharmacy technician workforce: driven by evidence
E2.2 - Pharmacy Technicians Symposium - Achieving a strong pharmacy technician workforce: driven by evidence
E1.3 - 6th AIM Global Deans Forum: Integrating science and practice into pharmacy/pharmaceutical education
E14 - Pharmacy in Germany
E2.3 - Pharmacy Technicians Symposium - Achieving a strong pharmacy technician workforce: driven by evidence
A1 - Defining evidence-based use of medicines
A2 - Scientific evidence and evidence-based practice (EBP): scope and limitations
A6 - Novel oral biopharmaceutics tools (EU project OrBiTo)
B5 - Making medication unique through personalised dosing
B7 - Medication safety – from evidence to practice
C5 - Short oral presentations – focus on science & industry
D10 - Lost in translation - preserving scientific knowledge across borders
E10 - FIP Education Development Team: Get involved
E15 - FIP Host Madsen Medal Lecture
B1 - “Getting personal”: pharmacogenomics at the crossroads of practice and science
B2 - Reducing inter-individual variability: the power of a practitioner/scientist team approach
B3 - “To eat or not to eat”: how does food impact drug efficacy?
C6 - Short oral presentations – focus on practice
D11 - Specialisation in pharmacy - professional recognition in the European Union
D12 - Navigating the transition - from science-based education to practice
D4 - Quality assurance in a global context - new ways, new methods
D5 - Using database - ensuring evidence-based medicines use - Information Mastery
D6 - Using database - ensuring evidence-based medicines use - Evidence-based practice skills
D9 - Inter-professional and transformative pharmacy education: a new beginning
E12 - Sustainable remuneration
E16 - FIP-WHO session on Health promotion: role of pharmacists
E4 - Pharmaceuticals and the environment - how green can we be?
MO1 - Presentations by FIP Member Organisations
A3 - Complementary and herbal medicines: from lab to community
A7 - Cancer immunotherapy: using drugs and cells to exploit our immune systems
B4 - How to use surveys to generate locally relevant evidence through practice - an interactive workshop
B6 - Compounding - a core competence of the pharmacist
C1 - Patient-friendly drug development?
C2 - Patient-centred care in a world of innovation and progress?
D3 - Advancing practice through strategic workforce development in community and hospital settings
D7 - Medicines optimisation: around the globe (Part 1)
D8 - Medicines optimisation: CPS vision 2020 (Part 2)
E13 - Emergent diseases: Ebola - what pharmacists can do
E6 - Disaster situations – dealing with the personal aftermath
E7 - Creating progress through innovative policy decisions in emergency situations
E9 - Finding the humanitarian face of pharmacy
MO2 - Presentations by FIP Member Organisations
A4 - Medication review - the what and the how
A5 - Medicines and driving: what can we advise?
C3 - Forum for Innovators - implementing and remunerating pharmaceutical services for chronic diseases
C4 - Medicines for all - what is hindering progress?
D1 - Closing the gap between evidence and practice
D13 - Transparency and social media - the pharmacist as the spider in the web
D2 - Educational strategies to achieve professional excellence
E17 - CLOSING SESSION – Who is committed to change?
E3 - Pharmacy needs more leaders - how to respond
E5 - Joint FIP – Red Cross session - Violence against pharmacies
E8 - Pharmacy - stories of our heritage
MO3 - Presentations by FIP Member Organisations
Analytical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Quality
Drug Design and Discovery
Formulation Design and Pharmaceutical Technology
Health & Medicines Information
History of Pharmacy
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