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IPSF produces and distributes many publications during the year, as it is very important for us to be in permanent contact with our members and pharmacy students all over the world. Our goal is to disseminate as much information as possible about our members to others, in order to motivate others to become actively involved in their education and profession.

The News Bulletin:
The IPSF News Bulletin (NB) is published once a year. It contains the latest IPSF news and activities from our Executive, Regional Offices and Sub-Committees, as well as reports, photos, and announcements from our members.

Phuture:
Our educational publication. Usually sent every year to our members.

Newsletters:
We regularly distribute newsletters to our members for them to inform them about past and future events. The topic can be public health, humanitarian projects, education, etc.

Website:
The IPSF website, www.ipsf.org, contains all of the information concerning IPSF sections and members, the latest news about regions, allied organizations and upcoming events.

IPSF Posters, Leaflets and Booklets:
IPSF puts forth many promotional materials throughout the year to increase awareness of important dates and campaigns, such as World AIDS Day, World No Tobacco Day, Pharmacy Professional Awareness projects, and other similar activities.

Handbooks:
We produce many annual information handbooks so that our members and non-members have a solid base of knowledge with which to participate and work within IPSF.

How can you get involved in the IPSF Publication Section?
You can contribute by sending articles to the Chairperson of Medias and publications at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Articles can be related to all the aspects of the pharmacy world. Article should be between 200-600 words.

Thank you for your future participation!

© 2015 - 2017 International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation - All rights reserved. - IPSF is the leading international advocacy organisation for pharmacy students with the aim to promote improved public health through provision of information, education, networking as well as a range of publications and professional initiatives. Today, the Federation represents over 350,000 pharmacy students and young graduates from 84 countries worldwide.
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