Theme: Pharmacists self-described professional role: A shift in emphasis

WPCP 2017

WPCP 2017

WPCP 2017 aims to provide a forum for international researchers from various areas of PharmacyPharmaceutical sciences, Clinical Pharmacy by providing a platform for critical analysis of new data, and to share latest cutting-edge research findings and results about all aspects of Pharmacy meeting. 

Track 1: Clinical Pharmacists

Clinical Pharmacy is the field of pharmacy practice in which Pharmacists  provides better patient care that improves medication therapy and will improve health and disease prevention. The overall goal line of clinical pharmacy is to uphold the correct and appropriate use of prescription and non-prescription medicinal products and devices, and to minimize side effects and adverse effects. Clinical Pharmacists depend on on their professional relationships with patients to tailor their advice to best meet individual patient needs and desires.

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Track 2: Community Pharmacists

Community Pharmacists are most accessible to the public and other health professionals in Primary health care. They supply medicines which are included in a prescription or, when legally permitted, sell them without a prescription. Apart from ensuring an accurate supply of appropriate products, their professional activities also cover patient counseling at the time of dispensing of prescription and also non-prescription drugs, drug information to health professionals, patients and the general public, and participation in health-promotion programs.

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Track 3: Hospital Pharmacists

The duties of the Hospital Pharmacists is to be part of the medication management in hospitals, which encompasses the process in which medicines are selected, procured, delivered, prescribed, administered and reviewed to optimise the contribution that medicines make in generating informed and desired outcomes to enhance the safety and quality of all medicine related processes affecting patients in the hospital to ensure the 7 “rights” are respected: right patient, right dose, right route, right time, right drug with the right information and documentation.

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Track 4: Industrial Pharmacists

Industrial Pharmacy as the same indicates the field of manufacturing, marketing and distribution of drug products including Quality assurance of these activities.

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Track 5: Research Pharmacists

Pharmacists in the department of Research and Development provide an invaluable interface in this process by liaising with clinicians and scientists across the development arena. Within clinical research, pharmacists can help to assess the efficacy and safety of new medicines. Skills learnt during pharmacy training makes them to contribute to the complete clinical trial process from planning the trial, developing the prototype formulations for administration of Drug first in animals and later for trials in humans, the production, packaging, labeling and supply of the medicine to clinical researchers, through to the monitoring as well as reporting of complex studies.

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 Track 6: Nuclear Pharmacists

Nuclear Pharmacy is a practice of Pharmacy defined as a patient-oriented service embodying the scientific knowledge and professional judgment required to improve patient health through the safe and efficacious use of radioactive drugs for diagnosis and therapy.

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Track 7: Academic Pharmacists

Academic Pharmacists are engaged in education, pharmaceutical practice, and research in schools of pharmacy. These three aspects of academic activity are interconnected, and at the same time connected with manpower planning and management.

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Track 8: Ambulatory Care Pharmacists

Ambulatory Care Pharmacy is a new focus for pharmacists and work in both an institutional and community-based clinic involved in direct care of diverse patients. Ambulatory care pharmacy practice is the provision of integrated, accessible patient health care services by pharmacists who are responsible for addressing medication needs, developing sustained partnerships with patients, and practicing in the context of family and community.

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Track 9: Home Health Care Pharmacists

 Home Care Pharmacy provides a large selection of healthcare and home medical equipment that helps public to be safe and independent in the home.

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Track 10: Managed Care Pharmacists

A pharmacist working in a managed care Pharmacy environment is intimately involved in the care and course of pharmaceutical treatment and plays an important role in contributing to positive patient outcomes.  The areas of opportunities for pharmacists to organize patient health care include but are not limited to data integration, communication management with Physicians and research efforts for patient outcomes , drug utilization review, disease management, academic detailing, cost analysis programs, and pharmacy benefit design.  In addition, Pharmacists are able to qualify and quantify the results of different programs and therapies, and will add on value to the health care team.

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TRACK 11: Pharmacy Practice

Based on International Pharmaceutical Federation the guidelines for Good Pharmaceutical Practice were first placed in 1993. And further used as reference by governments, National Pharmaceutical Organisations and international pharmaceutical organizations in order to set up nationally accepted standards. The aim is to "contribute to health improvement and to help patients with Diseases & health problems to make the best use of their medicines".

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Track 12: Pharmacists - Continent Wise

To promote a mutual understanding of regional harmonisation initiatives in order to facilitate the synchronization process related to ICH Guidelines globally, and to facilitate the capacity of drug regulatory authorities and industry to utilise them.

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Track 13: Internet Pharmacy

Since about the year 2000, a large number of Internet Pharmacies have been established worldwide. Many of these pharmacies are alike to community pharmacies, and in fact, many of them are actually operated by brick-and-mortar community pharmacies that help consumers online and those that walk in their door. The primary difference is the method by which the medications are requested and received. Some consumers consider this to be more convenient and private method rather than traveling to a community drugstore where another customer might overhear about the drugs that they take. Internet pharmacies are recommended to some patients by their physicians if they are home bound. Australian Pharmacy Council (APC), Professionals Australia, Professional Pharmacists Australia (PPA)

Conference Series LLC invites all the participants across the globe to attend “6th Global Pharmacists & Clinical Pharmacy Annual Congress” during May 22-24, 2017 Chicago, USA which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Pharmacists 201aims to provide a forum for international researchers from various areas of pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, Clinical Pharmacy by providing a platform for critical analysis of new data, and to share latest cutting-edge research findings and results about all aspects of Pharmacy meeting.

Why to Attend???

With all the scientific people over the world focused on learning about advancements in Pharma community. This is a best globalised opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants. We anticipate participants, renowned speakers and eminent delegates across the globe attending the conference to share their valuable presentation and galvanize the scientific community. Pharmasists-2017 is a 3-day event offering to conduct presentations, distribute information, meet with potential scientists, make a splash with new developments, and receive fame and recognition. Our services have always met with great achievement in Business Conferencing. World-renowned speakers, the most recent and advanced techniques, developments, and the newest updates are the prominent features of the conference.

The conference provides a platform to detail the research works of pharmacy expertise from various scientific backgrounds and the same can be perceived by young researchers and students. The conference mainly aims to promulgate knowledge on pharmacy. Global Pharmacists & Clinical Pharmacy Annual Congress would be a perfect venue to share and develop knowledge on key pharmacy tools.

Target Audience:

Pharmacists from various areas

Eminent Scientific Professionals in Pharma

Pharma Colleges & Training Institutes

Pharmaceutical Associations and Societies

Pharmaceutical Business Entrepreneurs

Manufacturing Pharmaceutical products Companies

Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies

Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors

PhD Scholars, Graduates and Post Graduates in Pharmacy 

Directors, CEO’s of Organizations

Association, Association presidents and professionals

Noble laureates in Health Care and Medicine

Data Management Companies

Title: 6th World Pharmacists & Clinical Pharmacy Annual Congress

Date & Venue: May 22-24, 2017 Chicago, USA

Theme: Pharmacists self-described professional role: A shift in emphasis

WPCP-2017 welcomes attendees, presenters, Sponsors and exhibitors from all over the world to Chicago, Illinois, USA. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “6th World Pharmacists & Clinical Pharmacy Annual Congress” (WPCP-2017) which is going to be held during May 22-24, 2017 at Chicago, USA. The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the WPCP-2017, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of the WPCP-2017 Organizing committee look forward to meeting you in Chicago, USA.

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Importance & Scope:

Pharmacists are often the first port of call for people to get advice on health in general, as well as specific clinical conditions. Pharmacists have long been providing health services in every region of Australia, and while they remain mostly outside the glare of the limelight, the profession remains one of the most respected in the community. With the development of specific and potent synthetic drugs, the emphasis of the pharmacist’s responsibility has moved substantially towards the utilization of scientific knowledge in the proper use of modern medicines and the protection of the public against dangers that are inherent in their use. Pharmacists are employed in regulatory control and drug management, community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, the pharmaceutical industry, academic activities, training of other health workers, and research. In all these fields, their aim is to ensure optimum drug therapy, both by contributing to the preparation, supply and control of medicines and associated products, and by providing information and advice to those who prescribe or use pharmaceutical products.

The market environment in which Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences companies operate is increasingly challenging, being driven by a more and more demanding healthcare agenda leading to a new marketing and sales system The global need for innovative, cost effective medicines continues to rise whilst regulators, payers, health care providers and patients are demanding greater value for money, proven effectiveness of products, more transparency and access to information.

About Venue:

Chicago is the largest city in Illinois and the seat of Cook County. It stretches for 22 mi along the southwest shore of Lake Michigan in the northeast part of the state.


The first white men known to have visited the region were Louis Joliet and Jacques Marquette in 1673. The first permanent white settler was John Kinzie, who is sometimes called the Father of Chicago. He took over a trading post in 1796 that had been established in 1791 by Jean-Baptiste Point du Sable, a black fur trapper. Fort Dearborn, a blockhouse and stockade, was built in 1804 but was evacuated in 1812, at which time more than half of its garrison was massacred by Potawatomi and Ottawa Indians loyal to the British.

The name Chicago is thought to come from an Algonquian word meaning “onion” or “skunk.”

Laid out in 1830, Chicago was incorporated as a village in 1833 and as a city in 1837. In the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, an area of the city about 4 mi long and nearly a mile wide—more than two thousand acres—was totally destroyed. However, much of the city, including the railroads and stockyards, survived intact, and from the ashes of the old wooden structures there arose more modern constructions in steel and stone.

Today, Chicago is a major Great Lakes port and the commercial, financial, industrial, and cultural center of the Midwest. The manufacturing industries dominate the wholesale and retail trade, and trade in agricultural commodities is important to the economy. The Chicago Board of Trade is the largest agricultural futures market in the world.

Among Chicago's many attractions are the Art Institute of Chicago, the Field Museum of Natural History, the Jane Addams–Hull House Museum, Navy Pier, and numerous architectural landmarks such as the Sears Tower and Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House.


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Conference Highlights:

Clinical Pharmacists

Hospital Pharmacists

Research Pharmacists

Industrial Pharmacists

Academic Pharmacists

Pharmacy Practice

Community Pharmacists

Nuclear Pharmacists

Ambulatory Care Pharmacists

Home Health Care Pharmacists

Managed Care Pharmacists

Internet Pharmacy

Entrepreneurs Investment Meet

Why to Attend???

With members from around the world focused on learning about better patient care and to increase public awareness, this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the field of pharmacy. Conduct presentations, distribute information, meet with current and potential scientists, make a splash with new drug developments, and receive name recognition at this 3-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in Pharmacy are hallmarks of this conference.

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Major Pharmacists Associations around the Globe:

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

American Pharmacists Association

American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP)

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists

Professional Compounding Centres of America

Association of Pharmacy Professionals

Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand

Pharmaceutical Association of Mauritius

International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP)

Canadian Pharmacists Association

Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS)

Major Pharmacists Associations in Australia:

Australian Friendly Societies Pharmacies Association

Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency

Pharmacy Board of Australia

Australian Pharmacy Council (APC)

Professionals Australia 

Professional Pharmacists Australia (PPA)

Professional Pharmacists Australia (PPA) - Pharmacy Division of Professionals Australia

Association of Hospital Pharmacists (HSU No 4 Branch)

Pharmaceutical Society of Australia

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia

The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia

Employment of Pharmacists by State in USA:      



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Pharmacists represent the third largest health professional group in the U.S. Although some pharmacists work in non-patient care settings (e.g., teaching, research, and administration), most work in a variety of patient care settings (Figure 1).   


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In 2011, there were 272,320 working pharmacists and an estimated 343,550 pharmacy technicians in the U.S. workforce. This corresponds to a national average of 87 pharmacists and 108 pharmacy technicians per 100,000 populations. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the total number of pharmacists in the U.S. is expected to increase by 69,700 (25%) between 2010 and 2020 and by 95,680 (35%) by 2030. National trends suggest that the supply of pharmacists is growing faster than previously projected; primarily as a result of the recent rapid growth of new pharmacy education programs and expansion of enrolment at existing schools across the country. In California, pharmacy workforce shortages are also decreasing and beginning to fall in balance with the state’s supply of pharmacists. In 2011, 22,960 pharmacists and 28,670 pharmacy technicians and aides served approximately 38 million Californians. This ratio of 63 pharmacists and 79 pharmacy technicians per 100,000 populations indicates that California still lags the nation despite the growing supply of pharmacy professionals throughout the state.

As the "baby boomer" population continued to age and the role of the pharmacist on the health care team grew, Universities responded by fervently adding new programs and expanding class sizes, often through distance-learning programs. The number of graduates has almost doubled since 2002, to approximately 13,000 today. Furthermore, an additional 17 pharmacy schools have been established over the past 4 years, meaning they have not yet had a graduating class. States like California, Texas, New York, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Pennsylvania have all seen significant increases in pharmacy graduates in recent years, but perhaps the best example is Tennessee. The state has gone from having 1 pharmacy school in 2006, located at the University of Tennessee at Memphis, to 6 today, with Lipscomb, Belmont, and Union University all graduating their first classes in spring 2012.Unfortunately, as a direct result of the recession, those that had jobs were reluctant to give them up. The role of the pharmacist has continued to grow into caring for an aging population, but so have other health care professionals, such as nurse practitioners and physicians assistants. Subsequently, pay has remained stagnant (and, in many cases, lowered), the signing bonus is now the exception to the rule, and pharmacists must be willing to commute greater distances, often having to accept “floater" positions. Recruitment events still exist, but opportunities are fewer and spread between many more graduates; the supply has grown greater than the demand. The profession, Zavadski rightly says, is now “on the verge of a crisis.”

In a 2010 article, Daniel Brown, PharmD, dean of the Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University, recognized a shift from shortage to surplus: “Long-held assumptions about the rate of pharmacist job growth are beginning to crumble amid the uncertain health care and economic realities of our times, and yet, we, as an academy, continue to perpetrate a rate of unprecedented growth that has reached alarming proportions and shows no signs of abating.”In her justification of a "pharmacy school bubble," Zavadski quotes Dr. Brown’s bold prediction of 20% unemployment of pharmacy grads by 2018, though without sharing the data behind it. And here is where my path diverges from Zavadski’s.


           There are 275,000 pharmacists in the U.S. Pharmacists come in many different varieties, but the three most prevalent and important are retail, hospital, and specialty pharmacists.

Retail Pharmacists

Retail pharmacists make up 63% of all pharmacists in the U.S. and work at a variety of locations, ranging from dedicated franchises such as CVS Caremark and Walgreens to mass merchandisers such as Wal-Mart and Kroger to smaller community pharmacies. These retail pharmacists provide basic services such as medication dispensing, but they are expanding their core role and focusing more on patient care initiatives—especially those retail pharmacists who work at major retail chains. For example, Walgreens has developed several partnerships to expand its pharmacists’ role in patient care. The first is with the design firm IDEO to redesign the pharmacy environment to encourage patients to engage with pharmacists outside of the simple medication-dispensing interaction; the second is with Greenway Medical Technologies to provide personal electronic health records to customers for tracking medication history and basic care; and the third is with provider practices to form ACOs.

Hospital Pharmacists

Hospital Pharmacists sometimes referred to as health system pharmacists are the second-most-prevalent pharmacist segment, comprising 26% of all pharmacists in the nation. Hospital pharmacists work in hospitals/clinics of varying sizes and types and can be found in outpatient and inpatient facilities. These pharmacies typically dispense drugs only to patients in the hospital/clinic. Hospital pharmacists often provide care for patients with more-complex conditions that require careful coordination with all members of the care team. These pharmacists accompany physicians on grand rounds to ensure proper medication administration and are direct points of contact for patients and caregivers.

Specialty Pharmacists

They play an increasingly important role in an industry that will soon be shifting more focus to specialty therapeutics. Specialty drugs are defined as treatments that cost more than $600 per month (as defined by CMS, Medicare Part D) and that have a certain level of associated complexity (e.g., special handling, rare diseases, close monitoring required, office-administered injection/infusion). Specialty pharmacists often provide clinical programs and support services such as disease-specific management programs and high-touch care models to complement the traditional roles of preparing and dispensing medication. Some specialty pharmacists are employed by major retail pharmacies such as CVS or Walgreens, although smaller, independent pharmacists represent a large portion of the specialty market. The industry is highly fragmented as each pharmacy tries to prove its value proposition to its payer, patient, drug manufacturer, and hospital stakeholder. Speciality pharmacies are becoming the key network node between these various stakeholders and will help usher in a new model of patient care in the coming years.


Pharmacists 2016

Thanks to all of our wonderful Speakers, Conference Attendees and Sponsors; Pharmacists 2016 Conference was our best ever!

5th Global Pharmacists Annual Meeting Conference  hosted by the Conference Series LLC was held during July 14-15, 2016 at Brisbane, Australia at Park Regis North Quay, Brisbane, Australia with the theme “Expanded Role of Pharmacist for Better Patient Care and to Increase Public Awareness” which got magnificent response. With the support and guidance of Organizing Committee Members and Editorial Board Members and astonishing presentations of all participants this prominent summit became more impressive.

Conference Series LLC would like to convey a great appreciation to Dr. Paul C. Ho & Dr. Jun Xu as  Keynote speakers.

Keynote Speakers supported this event with sustainable excitement for grand success of this prominent conference. Also it is our pleasure to announce next 6th Global Pharmacists & Clinical Pharmacy Annual Congress which will be held during May 22-24, 2017 in Chicago, USA.

We hope your favorable support will make next conference also one more grand success.

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