The Indonesian Pharmacist Association (IPA or Ikatan Apoteker Indonesia) was established by decree of the Indonesian Minister of Health on 16 September 1965. The number of IPA members is now 54,000 pharmacists spreading over 17,000 islands in Indonesia.
IPA aims to improve pharmacy professionalism in Indonesia through education, continued professional development, and intense communication with government and other health professionals. IPA achieves its goals through 5 pillars: Quality of regulation, implementation and enforcement, Pharmacist Education, Pharmacist Branding, Quality of Organization and Pharmacy Professionalism. To measure the competency of pharmacists, IPA has a national competency test for Pharmacy Graduates. IPA also certifies pharmacy schools across the Indonesia.
Fields of study: Pharmacology
Journals published by IPA:
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