Happy World Pharmacy Day Respond -FIPOL
Safe Medicating in our communities September 25, 2019
On behalf of the professionals we want thank our patients, healthcare teams, management, consumers, individuals and institutions for the kind words directed to pharmacists.
These words strengthen our commitment to provide safe and effective medicines for all. These comments are motivating….
Happy World Pharmacist Day! Celebrating the role of pharmacists in delivering safe and effective medicines to the community. #WPD2019.
Thanks, pharmacists, for your crucial role in ensuring the safe and effective use of medicines. #worldpharmacistsday #WPD2019.
-Thank you to all the pharmacists out there for doing an amazing job! You inspire us every single day! https://www.rpharms.com/recognition/wearepharmacy …
-Thanks to thousands of pharmacists across Europe, Europeans can get e-prescriptions in other countries as part of the #eHealth Digital Service Infrastructure provided by the EU
The theme of this year's World Pharmacists Day, September 25, is "Safe and effective medicines for all," according to the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP). The theme aims to highlight the key role that pharmacists play in protecting patient safety through improved medicine use and reduced medication errors.
Comments on this day included:
-Cannot imagine patients without doctors and medicines without a pharmacist. Happy world Pharmacists day.
-Pharmacists are an integral part of the critical care staff ensuring the patient’s safety. Happy Pharmacists Day.
-Pharmacists are our trusted source of knowledge, advice, and help. Happy World Pharmacists Day.
-Pharmacists are a trusted source of knowledge and advice, not only for patients but for many healthcare professionals. Happy World Pharmacists day.
-This is a great time to showcase what community pharmacists can do for their patients. World Pharmacist Day.
-Pharmacists promote a healthier world through patient care, research, teaching, and the pharmaceutical industry. World Pharmacist Day.
-Pharmacists are basic for safe, effective use of medicines. I am inspired by their dedication and passion for enhancing health all over the world.
-Happy World Pharmacist Day. We research, develop new medicines, educate future pharmacists and people in service to the patients.
We thank you all for these kind words.
The Foundation for Improving Pharmaceutical Outcomes in Liberia continues to address the ongoing problem of substandard and falsified medical products and their consequences. We are aware that these products cause significant threats to health, increased disease prevalence, loss of public confidence in healthcare professionals and health systems, among many negating factors.
The pharmacists are well positioned to identify these problem products and must have the knowledge to identify and be empowered to report these products to the requisite regulatory institution. Our institutions must be enabled to remove these substandard and falsified products from our healthcare system and communities.
In our communities or cities, the sale of medicinal products is done openly at markets, street corners and at unregulated locations. The altered medical product has a substantial negative impact on public health. These suspected substandard or falsified products can lead to
serious adverse reactions or no therapeutic response. These products have significant socioeconomic and economic impacts including increased out-of-pocket spending, lost productivity, lost income and increased poverty.
The challenge out there goes to every individual of the community but the specialist (Pharmacist) have got to set the pace. The public-private drive to get you involve will serve as an accelerator in getting community members improve the decision of supporting the non-standard unregulated market in the community you serve.
FIPOL is carrying on a volunteer/member drive to strengthen public and the private sector effort of protecting our communities from unsafe medication use.
Interested in joining or partnering with FIPOL:
-visit fipol.net to fill in either section of JOIN US or PARTNERSHIP
Special interest groups are created to facilitate interactions among those with interests in specialized areas of activity within the practice.
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Released: September 26th, 2019 01:25 AM
Author: Joseph Kaiwood