In the past 12-18 months the Executive Committee of CPA, in recognition of the importance and value of CPA to individuals, organisations and Governments in delivering better health care and, in particular, improved medicines management, has developed a new strategy. This strategy is designed to enable the organisation to better respond to the challenges of the 21st century, to build its membership and offer a greater level of support to its members, particularly to those in the developing world; also to strengthen and extend its collaborative networks in the interests of synergistic working.
Here you will find our strategy. Click to open as a PDF or right click and choose “save as/save link as” to save it to your computer. CPA Strategic Plan 2014
Since 1995 The Commonwealth Pharmacists Association has been providing this essential education resource for pharmacists, doctors, nurses, technicians, stores clerks and health administration – in fact all health workers involved in the management of drug supplies.
It includes sections specific to the handling of medicines used in the treatment of HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.
The course is managed by the School of Pharmacy, University of Limpopo, MEDUNSA Campus and is available as hard copy or CD-ROM, and is subsidised by the Commonwealth Pharmacists Association, the cost to the student is therefore minimal. It allows easy self-paced learning at home or place of employment – no time off work, no travel required.
This course is a must to ensure the cost effective and rational use of medicines.
Pharmaceutical Press Discount on Leading Titles to CPA Members
The Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA) has partnered with Pharmaceutical Press and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society to offer an exclusive discount to CPA members. This partnership unites organisations with a vision to provide developing countries with access to up-to-date drug information and guidance for the science and practice and pharmacy.
To take advantage of substantial savings on the Pharmaceutical Press Publications:
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