21st Congress of the EAHP

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Dear Colleagues,
Welcome to Vienna, a romantically imperial city in the heart of Europe and home to Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Johann Strauss, Sacher Torte and Lippanzer horses. This historic city combines the elegance and splendour of the past with modern architecture and design.
EAHP is pleased to invite you to the 21st Congress of the EAHP, 16-18th March 2016, with the theme of 'Hospital pharmacists taking the lead - partnerships and technologies'. The scientific program is well advanced and is relevant for you as a hospital pharmacist dealing with the challenge of rapid technological change in healthcare. The role of the hospital pharmacist is not only to use these new technologies in their own practice but also to influence decision makers, multidisciplinary team members and patients about the appropriate use of these technologies in the medication process.
EAHP's annual congress is the largest congress for hospital pharmacy in Europe and is attended by pharmacists from all over the world. This Congress continues to provide you with an exceptional opportunity to meet, network and share expertise and best practice with colleagues while keeping up to date with the latest developments in hospital pharmacy.
I am honoured in my first year as President of EAHP to invite you to this Congress. I hope that with the announcement of this major event you will plan your attendance at the EAHP congress in Vienna.
See you in Vienna!

Ms. Joan Peppard, EAHP President-Elect

You can find out more about EAHP's mission and goals HERE.

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Internationales Amtssitz- und
Konferenzzentrum Wien, AG
Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1
1220 Wien, Austria

Please note that all halls are accesible by using the main entrance and the elevators. Accesible toilets can be found on every level.

Last update: 26 November 2015