Today is World Malaria Day!

Nearly half of the world's population is at risk of malaria. In 2015, there were roughly 212 million malaria cases and an estimated 429 000 malaria deaths. Increased prevention and control measures have led to a 29% reduction in malaria mortality rates globally since 2010. Sub-Saharan Africa continues to carry a disproportionately high share of the global malaria...
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Today is World Malaria Day Nearly half of the worlds population is
We are pleased to announce the winner of the Inter-regional PCE competition: BEM KMFA UGM, Indonesia! Congratulations to BEM KMFA UGM and we appreciate all those who participated in the final stage.

Please note that:
- The member association winner of the final stage as well as the 5 member association winners of the first stage of the competition shall be recognised at the IPSF World...
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We are pleased to announce the winner of the Interregional PCE competition
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Do you want to gain experience and knowledge at a global level and learn about the role of pharmacy in public health?

That’s great! Because IPSF is offering an internship opportunity at International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP).

The deadline for application submission is 12th May 2017 23:59 GMT +0.

Please refer to the document attached for more information.

Call for IPSF-FIP Internship 2017

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World Immunization Week

In 2016, under the global slogan "Close the immunization gap”, the campaign focused on immunization for all throughout life. .More than 180 countries, territories and areas marked the week with activities including vaccination campaigns, training workshops, round-table discussions and public information campaigns. The theme for World Immunization Week 2017 is...
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World Immunization Week In 2016 under the global slogan Close the immunization
World Immunization Week!

The main goal of the campaign is to raise awareness about the critical importance of full immunization throughout life, and its role in achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
As part of the 2017 campaign, WHO and partners aim to:
• -Highlight the importance of immunization as a top global health investment priority.
• -Promote understanding of the action...
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World Immunization Week The main goal of the campaign is to raise
Dear IPSFers,
Do you want to be a part of IPSF more than 4 years after your graduation? Did you dream of being involved with IPSF for life?
Now is your chance to apply for the Alumni membership.
For further information please contact Ms. Yasmin Nasr Eldin at: Affiliation@ipsf.org

The application form
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Dear IPSFers Do you want to be a part of IPSF more
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Yasmin Nasr Eldin
Hossam Abdeldayem
Were you able to resolve the questions from our patients in the Crazy Clinical Corner?
Check out our blog to solve even more cases and find out about the old ones
Were you able to resolve the questions from our patients in the Crazy Clinical Corner

crazy clinical corner

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This week for #FederationFriday, we want to recognize APEF APEF-Portugal.
This week for FederationFriday we want to recognize APEF APEFPortugal

APEF,PORTUGAL

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Have you registered for International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) PSWC2017 yet? IPSF is an official co-sponsor of the event. Don't miss this awesome opportunity made available to you by your active membership with our Federation!
Have you registered for International Pharmaceutical Federation FIP PSWC2017 yet IPSF is

Registration Fees - FIP - PSWC 2017

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Join us for our next IPSF Trainers Development Camp hosted by PANS National, Nigeria!
Join us for our next IPSF Trainers Development Camp hosted by PANS National Nigeria

IPSF Trainers Development Camp, Nigeria

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Registration for the Connecting Members Initiative is closing soon!

The Connecting Members Initiative is an initiative to connect you with other health student organizations in your countries to facilitate collaboration with them and focus your voices and efforts together, to better work as an inter professional team. There are many fields of collaboration you can work on, including...
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Registration for the Connecting Members Initiative is closing soon

World Health Students' Alliance Initiative: Connecting Members

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How much do you know about traditional Egyptian medicine?
Learn a little bit more from our March #CompoundingCorner!
How much do you know about traditional Egyptian medicine

Egyptian Traditional Medicine

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Registration for the 7th World Healthcare Students' Symposium (WHSS) taking place in Kigali, Rwanda from the 23rd to the 27th of November 2017 has started!
Don't miss the opportunity to attend the biggest conference of healthcare students!
To register go to: [ Whss2017.org Link ]
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to send an email to whss@ipsf.org
Registration for the 7th World Healthcare Students Symposium WHSS taking place in
This week for #FederationFriday, we want to recognize Federatia Asociatiilor Studentilor Farmacisti din Romania, FASFR, Romania!
This week for FederationFriday we want to recognize Federatia Asociatiilor Stude

FASFR, Romania

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In humanitarian emergencies and ongoing conflict as many as 1 in 5 people are affected by depression and anxiety.
Talking with people you trust can be a first step towards recovery from depression.
Exercise, Eating healthy, Getting enough sleep can also help the recovery process.

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In humanitarian emergencies and ongoing conflict as many as 1 in 5
Depression can be effectively prevented and treated. Treatment usually involves either a talking therapy or antidepressant medication or a combination of these.
Lack of treatment for common mental disorders has a high economic cost: new evidence from a study led by WHO shows that depression and anxiety disorders cost the global economy more than US$ 1 trillion each year.

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Depression can be effectively prevented and treated Treatment usually involves either a
Depression, although sometimes stigmatized, is a common disease which can occur in everyone’s live. However many people aren’t aware of their disease, or after diagnosis are afraid to seek for help from professionals, or even friends.
#LetsTalk and anonymously share your personal experience with the depression - whether if it happened to you, or your close friends, family. Let’s show everyone...
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Depression although sometimes stigmatized is a common disease which can occur in

Depression ? Let’s talk – IPSF Public Health

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Depression causes mental anguish and can impact on people’s ability to carry out even the simplest everyday tasks, with sometimes devastating consequences for relationships with family and friends. Untreated depression can prevent people from working and participating in family and community life.
At worst, depression can lead to suicide.

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Depression causes mental anguish and can impact on peoples ability to carry
The risk of becoming depressed is increased by poverty, unemployment, life events such as the death of a loved one or a relationship break-up, physical illness and problems caused by alcohol and drug use.

#WorldHealthDay #IPSFcares
#LetsTalk
#Depression
#MentalHealth
#StopBottlingYourFeelings
#AloneInYourZoneSoStandLikeAStone

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The risk of becoming depressed is increased by poverty unemployment life events
Depression is a common mental disorder that affects people of all ages, from all walks of life, in all countries. Depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. According to the latest estimates from WHO, more than 300 million people are now living with depression, an increase of more than 18% between 2005 and 2015. Lack of support for people with mental disorders,...
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Depression is a common mental disorder that affects people of all ages