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FIP makes it a priority to publish the latest developments in pharmacy practice, pharmaceutical sciences, related global news and prominent events. Our multi-media approach to keeping members, partners and peers informed of what is and will be affecting their area of practice or science is key to keeping information flowing through the FIP network.

2018 How pharmacists can improve adherence in the elderly
2018 Dominique Jordan: Modernising through trust, pragmatism and action
2018 Pharmacy "Amazonified": What could it mean?
2017 Lebanon refugee crisis

Six years of civil war in Syria have left the vast majority of those who survive in poverty. But Syria is not the only country to be affected by the conflict. The United Nations estimates that five million Syrians have sought refuge in other lands. Neighbouring Lebanon, for example, now has the highest per capita concentration of refugees in the world. It has seen the very fabric of its society change and is struggling to cope. Lin-Nam Wang spoke to three Lebanese pharmacists about their experiences of providing pharmaceutical care in this new environment and what is needed to mitigate an even bigger health crisis in the future.

2017 Telepharmacy: What we know so far
2017 “End-to-end thinking” is paving the way to future medicines

A world of pharmacy data: Coming soon

This part of fip.org is still under construction. It will contain links to FIP’s online database of pharmacy-related information, organised into four categories (pharmacy and medicines regulation; pharmacy workforce and education; professional services and activities; and pharmacy remuneration models), as well as a compilation of examples of pharmacy campaigns, professional services and advocacy initiatives developed by FIP member organisations and other pharmacy-related bodies around the world.



Last update 10 May 2019

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