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18th Congress of The European Association of Hospital Pharmacists (EAHP)

13 Mar 2013 - 15 Mar 2013 - Palais des Congrès, Paris, France



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The European Association of Hospital Pharmacists (EAHP) is a working community of national associations of hospital pharmacists. Membership is increasing each year and, at present, EAHP represents the interest of over 21,000 hospital pharmacists in 32 countries all over Europe.

EAHP’s annual congress is the largest congress for hospital pharmacy in Europe and is attended by professionals from over 50 countries. Approximately 4.000 hospital pharmacists are expected to attend the 18th Congress of the EAHP next 13-15 March 2013 at the Palais des Congrès in Paris, France.

“Improving patient outcomes – a shared responsibility”  will be the theme for the presentations at the Paris 2013 EAHP Congress. A scientific programme including 3 keynote presentations, 13 seminars open for interactions with the speakers and 3 interactive workshops will offer participants the unique opportunity to meet, network and share expertise. EAHP’s industry partners have also committed to conducting satellite symposia highlighting important new developments important to hospital pharmacy.

EAHP’s Congress is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education, as well as by some of its national member associations according to the different national accreditation systems.

REGISTRATION OPEN 1 AUGUST 2012:
Register online to attend the EAHP 18th Congress.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: 
Deadline for submission is 15 October 2012.  Original contributions from all fields of hospital pharmacy are welcomed for poster presentation. 

For further information, please visit the website, where you will also be able to find more details on our scientific programme.

The registration fees are set follows :

 

— before 1 December 2012  € 600

— beginning 1 December 2012 € 700

— beginning 1 February 2013 € 800

 

Registration fee includes access to all sessions, the opening reception, the exhibition, lunches on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and coffee/tea during official breaks.

 

Registration fee includes 19,6% VAT until 1 October and 21,2% afterwards according to French law.



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