The Pharmacy Department of An-Najah’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences has recently become a member of the International Pharmaceutical Federation FIP academic institutional membership (AIM).
FIP is the global body representing pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences and pharmaceutical education. Through its 146 national organizations, academic institutional members and individual members, it represents over 4 million pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists and pharmaceutical educators around the world.
FIP academic institutional membership (AIM) members benefit from FIP’s global credibility, its unsurpassed knowledge base and convening power, extensive networking opportunities and involvement in high-level academic decision-making. Members can contribute to global FIP projects to shape pharmaceutical practice, science and pharmacy education with fellow academic leaders around the world and stay up to date with FIP publications and technical reports on pharmacy education.
Founded in 1912, FIP is a non-governmental organization with its head office in the Netherlands. Through its partnerships and extensive pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences network, it works to support the development of the pharmacy profession, through practice and emerging scientific innovations, and through developing the pharmacy workforce in order to meet the world’s health care needs and expectations.
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