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Goals to support the transformation of the pharmacy profession around the world are launched today by FIP.
The FIP Development Goals build on 13 Pharmaceutical Workforce Development Goals for pharmacy education developed by the federation in 2016. Additions have been made to these 13 goals and eight new goals have been developed, providing a total of 21 goals relevant to fields of practice and science as well as to workforce and education. The new goals cover:
• Medicines expertise
• People-centred care
• Communicable diseases
• Antimicrobial stewardship
• Access to medicines, devices & services
• Patient safety
• Digital health
• Sustainability in pharmacy
“These goals are a major development for pharmacy, providing a comprehensive key resource facilitating needs-based transformation of our whole profession nationally, regionally and globaly. They are a logical next step, linking the pharmaceutical workforce with the pharmaceutical services we deliver, underpinned by pharmaceutical science,” said Dr Catherine Duggan, CEO, FIP.
The FIP Development Goals can be accessed here.