The 6th AASP
Pharmacy Education Forum

Inter-professional education for better outcome therapy

 Postponed to 2021     Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Welcome Message

Dear Colleagues,

Greeting from Yogyakarta, Indonesia!

We are pleased to announce the 6th AASP Pharmacy Education Forum 2020 and invite deans, directors, academics and leaders from all Asian countries for participation.

Asian Association of Schools of Pharmacy (AASP) is a platform established in April 2001 for accelerating cooperative advancement of pharmacy education as well as research amongst pharmacy schools in Asia, and the AASP Deans Forum aims to address current issues in pharmacy education in Asia.

The 6th AASP Pharmacy Education Forum will be hosted by Association of Indonesian Pharmacy Higher Education (AIPHE = APTFI, Asosiasi Pendidikan Tinggi Farmasi Indonesia) in Yogyakarta-Indonesia on 17-19 July 2020. Distinguished speakers will be invited from Asian countries and other continents to share their experiences. The Deans Forum will offer a valuable opportunity for interaction and networking among academia and students from the different pharmacy schools in Asia.

We cordially invite deans, head of departments of pharmacy, lecturers, students as well as everyone who interested in pharmacy education to join the forum.

Programs of Dean Forum consists of plenary lectures, invited lectures, oral presentations and poster presentations.

We look forward to seeing you at the 6th AASP Pharmacy Education Forum in Yogyakarta-Indonesia.

Sincerely,

Prof. Daryono Hadi Tjahjono
Chair of Organizing Committee
6th AASP Pharmacy Education Forum

Accomodation
Flight Information


Important Dates

Opening of online registration and abstract submission
20 January 2020


Deadline of early bird registration
24 May 2020


Deadline of abstract submission
12 June 2020


Deadline of standard payment of registration fee
26 June 2020

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Organized by

Asian Association of School of Pharmacy (AASP)

Hosted by

Association of Indonesian Pharmacy Higher Education (APTFI)

Supported by