Tina Brock, MS, EdD Associate Dean, Global Health & Educational Innovations, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, was recently quoted in the International Pharmaceutical Federation Annual Report 2015, “As the number and complexity of treatments grow, it’s no longer possible for any one health provider — no matter how knowledgeable — to be able provide top quality care working in isolation.”
The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) is the global body representing pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences, founded in 1912. Through their 137 national organisations, academic institutional members and individual members, they represent over three million pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists around the world.
FIP is a non-governmental organisation that has been in official relations with the World Health Organization since 1948. Through their partnerships and extensive global pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences network, they work to support the development of the pharmacy profession, through practice and emerging scientific innovations, in order to meet the world’s health care needs and expectations.
To read the entire 2015 report, please click here.