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Chronic respiratory diseases (CRD), such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, kill more than four million people every year and affect hundreds of millions more. These diseases erode the health and well-being of the patients and have a negative impact on families and societies, and constitute a serious public health problem in all countries throughout the world. As an international federation of organisations of pharmacists, it is the mission and responsibility of FIP to address issues that broadly affect health and well-being across the globe. Despite the widespread assumption that the problem is one that only affects the developed world, chronic diseases are pandemic. The report by the World Health Organization (WHO), “Preventing Chronic Diseases: a vital investment” provides a background for FIP and its members to become actively involved in educating and advocating for the resolution of this issue. The aim of this series of webinars is to enable pharmacists throughout the world to provide better care for patients suffering from chronic respiratory diseases: (I) Describe the general background for chronic respiratory disorders. (II) Explain the different therapies available. (III) Outline how to help patients make the most of the therapies available, effectively and safely. (IV) Describe different potential services from community pharmacists for CRD patients.

Chronic respiratory diseases (CRD), such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, kill more than four million people every year and affect hundreds of millions more. These diseases erode the health and well-being of the patients and have a negative impact on families and societies, and constitute a serious public health problem in all countries throughout the world. As an international federation of organisations of pharmacists, it is the mission and responsibility of FIP to address issues that broadly affect health and well-being across the globe. Despite the widespread assumption that the problem is one that only affects the developed world, chronic diseases are pandemic. The report by the World Health Organization (WHO), “Preventing Chronic Diseases: a vital investment” provides a background for FIP and its members to become actively involved in educating and advocating for the resolution of this issue. The aim of this series of webinars is to enable pharmacists throughout the world to provide better care for patients suffering from chronic respiratory diseases: (I) Describe the general background for chronic respiratory disorders. (II) Explain the different therapies available. (III) Outline how to help patients make the most of the therapies available, effectively and safely. (IV) Describe different potential services from community pharmacists for CRD patients. SPEAKER: Nada Hazem Farrag

The symposium will focus on biologicals and non-biological complex drugs (NBCDs). These complex drugs require a paradigm shift for regulatory approval compared to the requirements for small molecules. These complex drugs are difficult to fully characterize and the tight control of the manufacturing process makes the specific product. The symposium will discuss biologicals and NBCDs, what they are and why are they different, scientific and regulatory advances in bioanalytical methodologies to characterize these biologicals, complex drugs and nanoparticles. SRACD 2016 will present similarities between biologicals and NBCDs. It will focus on potential challenges in therapeutic equivalence evaluation of NBCDs like nanomedicines, iron sucrose complexes, glatiramoids, liposomes and complex ophthalmic emulsions.

Chronic respiratory diseases (CRD), such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, kill more than four million people every year and affect hundreds of millions more. These diseases erode the health and well-being of the patients and have a negative impact on families and societies, and constitute a serious public health problem in all countries throughout the world. As an international federation of organisations of pharmacists, it is the mission and responsibility of FIP to address issues that broadly affect health and well-being across the globe. Despite the widespread assumption that the problem is one that only affects the developed world, chronic diseases are pandemic. The report by the World Health Organization (WHO), “Preventing Chronic Diseases: a vital investment” provides a background for FIP and its members to become actively involved in educating and advocating for the resolution of this issue. The aim of this series of webinars is to enable pharmacists throughout the world to provide better care for patients suffering from chronic respiratory diseases: (I) Describe the general background for chronic respiratory disorders. (II) Explain the different therapies available. (III) Outline how to help patients make the most of the therapies available, effectively and safely. (IV) Describe different potential services from community pharmacists for CRD. SPEAKER: Fin Mc Caul

On behalf of the Organising Committee, it gives us great pleasure to invite you to join us at the Australasian Pharmaceutical Science Association (APSA) conference, being held at The University of Sydney from Friday 2nd – Monday 5th December 2016. The APSA Annual Scientific Meetings bring together international and national academics and researchers in the fields of pharmaceutical science, clinical sciences, pharmacy practice, and pharmacy education. The 2016 conference theme is Precision medicine, personalising healthcare, which will cover recent advances and potential for personalised medicine, and encompass symposia on advanced practice, infectious diseases, improving medicines use, drug delivery, big data for precision medicine /e-health and precision therapy. The program will showcase outstanding speakers including the following international and national keynote speakers:

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