“Pharmacy united in action for a healthier world” is the theme of World Pharmacists Day on 25 September 2022.
This year’s theme aims to showcase pharmacy’s positive impact on health around the world and to further strengthen solidarity among the profession.
We invite colleagues from all sectors of the pharmacy profession to take part in the campaign and show the world how we are united for health, regardless of and overcoming conflict, different politics and cultures, and economic disparity.
“The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal number 3 sets out a number of health targets, including for non-communicable diseases (such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease and mental health) and communicable diseases (for example, HIV, tuberculosis and neglected tropical diseases). We have seen improvements in many of these areas and our profession should be proud of and make known its contributions. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has hindered progress and it is imperative that we rally to build back better,” said FIP president Mr Dominique Jordan.
The World Pharmacists Day campaign is led by FIP every year and provides an opportunity to promote the pharmacy profession. We kindly request that organisations and individuals use FIP’s official campaign materials or that FIP is acknowledged in any alternative World Pharmacists Day materials or events developed. No fees are required for use of these materials. Please direct any queries to Ms Lin-Nam Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Download the fact sheet here.
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WPD2021 around the world (from the FIP 2021 Annual Report)
"How will you mark World Pharmacists Day and World Pharmacy Week? Let our members inspire you!" -- Article in the International Pharmacy Journal, July 2021 (Part 1)
"Ideas for World Pharmacists Day and World Pharmacy Week" -- Article in the International Pharmacy Journal, August 2021 (Part 2)