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FIP Collaborating Centre
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About the Centre
The FIP Collaborating Centre is a joint partnership
between the School of Pharmacy, University of London and the
International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP). FIP is a federation of
national pharmaceutical associations and societies and represents
pharmacists and pharmaceutical personnel worldwide.
The FIP Collaborating Centre serves as a conduit for
expertise, research and development in collaboration with key
stakeholders in health care, including the WHO and the United Nations
Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The
Collaborating Centre aims to build the competence and capacity of
individuals, institutions and countries to advance developments through
projects, advice and training.
The Collaborating Centre is publishing a series of papers on public health and international policy this fall. The first of these papers will be published in the International Pharmaceutical Journal in September.
The Centre is currently supporting the Pharmacy Education Taskforce. More information about the Taskforce is available at www.fip.org/education.
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