The role of pharmacy practice research (PPR) has expanded in the past 50 years to encompass areas such as the clinical, behavioural, economic and humanistic implications of pharmacy practice. Furthermore, it is because PPR proves the value of pharmacy services that many of these are commissioned and paid for, and PPR will continue to influence the development of new services in the future.
This conference aims to increase the quality
and quantity of pharmacy practice research by
exchanging and disseminating information at an
international level. New networks and collaborations
will be established on major themes for experienced researchers and higher degree students.
PhD students and their supervisors are invited to
this unique international conference to present their
work and to start building new global pharmacy
networks. Researchers, academics, professional
organisations and practitioners involved in research
are also invited.
Present your research by submitting an abstract
Start building your own global pharmacy network
Establish collaborations on major themes in PPR
Help increase the quality and quantity of PPR globally