La SSFTC promuove la ricerca, la formazione, la condivisione di informazioni e la pratica nella farmacologia e nella tossicologia clinica. Sostiene gli interessi dei propri membri e mantiene i contatti con le autorità, i cittadini e le società sia a livello nazionale che internazionale.

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La SSFTC promuove la ricerca sull’utilizzo dei medicamenti negli individui allo scopo di migliorare il trattamento dei pazienti. Inoltre, la società promuove la formazione, lo scambio di informazioni e l’esercizio pratico nel campo della farmacologia e tossicologia clinica. La SSFTC rappresenta gli interessi dei farmacologi e tossicologi clinici in Svizzera e mantiene il contatto con simili società all’estero.

World Smart Medication Day

The International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (IUPHAR) is launching the World Smart Medication Day on May 6th yearly to foster clinical pharmacology development and raise awareness on the safer and more effective use of drugs.

Countries are encouraged to carry out joint actions and activities on this day to highlight the importance of safe and rational use of drugs such as educational seminars/webinars, hospital events/stalls, grand rounds, communication and dissemination of the WHO Global Patient Safety Challenge material.

Furthermore, an international student’s poster competition is open to all medical, pharmacy or pharmacology students. Deadline for submission to national societies is the 6th April 2021. The three key actions of the 3rd WHO Global Patient Safety Challenge are: polypharmacy, high-risk situations, transitions of care. All entries must illustrate and reflect the thematic issue of Medication Without Harm.

Some examples: key messages on the safe and effective use of medicines, especially in the case of polypharmacy, high-risk medicines or high-risk situations; vignettes (drawings and/or brief medical stories) with examples of the safe and effective use of medicines; emblematic drawing of the World Smart Medication Day.

More info: https://iuphar.org/clinical-division/world-smart-medication-day/

Contatto

Swiss Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology (SSCPT)
c/o Dr Caroline Samer
HUG
Service de Pharmacologie et Toxicologie Cliniques
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1211 Genève 14

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