The 71st edition of the International Congress of FIP took place at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre, between the 2nd and the 8th of September 2011. The main theme
of the congress was “Compromising safety and quality: A risky path”.
The program of the Congress at Hyderabad explored problems of quality and safety with the use of medicines, what it takes to improve quality and safety with the use of medicines, and the consequences of poor quality on clinical outcomes and costs. Apart from
a top quality program, current & future status of pharmacy education, science & practice throughout supply chain and much more was examined throughout the five day event.
More than 100 international pharmacists participated in a leadership development panel discussion during the 71st International FIP Congress in Hyderabad. The session was jointly organized by the Global Pharmacy Education UNITWIN project and the African Pharmaceutical
Forum and sponsored by Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Society. The overall goals of the session were applicable to all leaders but because of UNESCO’s specific attention on scaling up female leaders in the developing world, the role of gender in leadership was
The display booths located in the exhibition hall had a lot to offer the delegates of the International Congress of FIP in Hyderabad. From member organizations to a bookstore selling the latest pharmacopeia, the content on display was rich with information.
The booths seemed to focus on the many different schools of pharmacy available in India, each vying to show off what makes them better than the next.
Industrial Extension Bureau (iNDEXTb) participated in the Exhibition and Conference to through FDCA, GoG showcase the strengths and advantages to do business in Gujarat in pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors.