October 12th, 2017
The Commonwealth encompasses some of the world’s poorest nations. The CPA advances health, promotes wellbeing and improves education for the benefit of the people of the Commonwealth. We support the development of safe and effective systems of medicines management, healthier lifestyles, and the reduction of health inequalities. We achieve this through building strong collaborative networks, partnering with member organizations to improve the quality of pharmacy practice and creating platforms for the dissemination of knowledge about pharmaceutical sciences and professional practice.
This World Pharmacy Day we remember our colleagues in the Commonwealth who have provided care in the face of adversity following recent natural disasters
This year, World Pharmacists Day was celebrated on Monday 25th September. Pharmacists across the globe will held activities to promote and support the role of the pharmacist in improving the health and wellbeing of populations. The theme this year “From research to healthcare: Your pharmacist is at your service” reflects the various contributions the profession makes to health, not only in community and hospital pharmacies, but recognising the health issues of populations and developing medicines, policies and education to tackle them.
Following the recent disasters in Commonwealth countries, including the hurricanes in the Caribbean, landslides in Bangladesh and flooding in India, we remember our colleagues who have been providing care to their communities in the face of much adversity.
This is a very prominent reminder of how we need to be prepared for disasters should they strike in our own communities. We have made available a video of our recent congress presentation on refugee health and disaster management as a resource for all for the month of October.
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The Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA) supports the profession to improve the health and well being of populations in lower middle-income countries throughout the Commonwealth.
As official collaborators with the Tropical Health Education Trust (THET) this year for their annual conference, we have united under a shared vision to see more pharmacists represented in Health Partnerships as part of the multidisciplinary team.
Join us on 25th Oct, day 3 of the THET conference to learn how YOU can make a difference and talk to us about being involved with our work!
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On Thursday 13th July 2017, Dr. Diane Ashiru-Oredope (CPA Advisor and Pharmacist Lead, AMR Programme, Public Health England) joined our Executive Director Victoria Rutter to host our very successful first AMR webinar.
Representatives from Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Rwanda, Nepal, Trinidad & Tobago and Sierra Leone contributed to a very informative and interesting discussion around how pharmacists have been involved in tackling AMR in their own countries.
The Commonwealth Pharmacists Association collaborated with the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia to host the CPA Conference in July 2017.
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