Pharmaceutical Care Network Europe

The Pharmaceutical Care Network Europe (PCNE) was established in 1994  and it became an official association (under Dutch law) in 2004.
Pharmaceutical Care is the pharmacist's contribution to the care of individuals, in order to optimize medicines use and improve health outcomes.

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PCNE newsletter no. 2 August 2023


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PCNE 9th Symposium 2024 - 20-24 June, Basel, Switzerland 
Dear members of PCNE,

I trust you've had a delightful summer break, cherishing precious moments with your friends and family!

This is the second newsletter for 2023 with several important pieces of information.

I'm excited to share the fantastic news that our 2024 Working Symposium will take place in the charming city of Basel from June 20th to 22nd, 2024. Additionally, the translation of the DRP classification v9.1 continues, with Polish being the latest addition.

Here's a glimpse of what's inside:

1. New data and location for the 9th PCNE Working Symposium
2. PCNE DRP classification has been translated into Polish
3. Announcements from ESCP
4. Working group members.

Bjarke Abrahamsen, chair of the PCNE board
 Advancing the Paradigm and Visibility of Pharmacy Practice Research

9th PCNE Working Symposium 2024
Basel, Switzerland, 20-22 June 2024
In 2024, we will launch two novelties:
Meeting in JUNE (instead of the traditional month of February) we meet in Basel, Switzerland at the venue of the University of Basel, and celebrate the 20th anniversary of the pharmacists’ reference journal Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy (RSAP) during our social event.

A key topic will be the Granada statements recently published simultaneously in 12 journals. How can researchers contribute to strengthening the reporting of pharmacy practice as a discipline? Professor Shane Desselle, co-author of the Granada statements and chief editor of RSAP will shape an answer.
During workshops, participants will be invited to reflect on their own research and share their experiences. A poster walk will enable first authors to present their work to all participants and compete for the Poster prize.
For the youngest, the welcoming ceremony will be the place to be.

For updates on speakers, the preliminary program and more information visit PCNE website
PCNE Drug Related Problems Classification v9.1 is now available in Polish
We are very grateful to Agnieszka Skowron, Anna Golda, Justyna Dymek, Wioletta Polak from the Department of Social Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy Jagiellonian University Medical College for their contribution.

Announcements from ESCP

Webinar 5 September 2023: Webinar on Disasters and Emergencies: Preparedness and Response
For more information and to sign up (free for members) 

International Workshop - Bratislava - 25-26 April 2024
Theme: Pharmacotherapy challenges in the developing years: From conception to adolescence
For more information
Working group members
Thank you for responding to our previous request with information about the working groups you would like to contribute to. We are currently in the process of organizing the data for the workshop leaders.
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