Programme

Accreditation

Austria

The congress sessions of the FIP World Congress 2020 are automatically accredited in Austria, as agreed with the ÖAK (Österreichische Apothekerkammer – Federal Chamber of Pharmacists, number F20191102). Austrian participants are advised to note the verification codes during the course of each session and declare their session attendance via the specific link that will be published on our website after the congress.

Japan

The 2020 FIP congress is accredited by Council on Pharmacists Credentials (CPC) in Japan. The CPC providers award one point per 90 minutes of session, with a maximum of 3 points per day. However, please note that the specific counting policy may depend on providers in Japan and we advise the participants to contact them for precise information. Japanese participants are advised to note the verification codes during the course of each session and declare their session attendance via the specific link that will be published on our website after the congress.

Netherlands

The congress sessions are accredited by the Royal Dutch Association for the Advancement of Pharmacy (KNMP) for community pharmacists. They can list their participation in PE-online on the basis of the hours of attendance. The Registration Committee will honour these continuing education hours (max. 20 hours). Dutch participants are advised to note the verification codes during the course of each session and declare their session attendance via the specific link that will be published on this website after the congress.

North Macedonia (Republic of)

The 80th international congress of FIP is recognized as a valid form of continuing education by the Pharmaceutical Chamber of Macedonia according to the Chamber’s legal act.

Norway

The International FIP Congress is recognised as a valid form of continuing education by the Norwegian Pharmacists’ Association.  Participants are entitled to a maximum of 10 FEVU points.

Portugal

The 80th international congress of FIP is recognised as a valid form of continuing education by the Portuguese Pharmaceutical Society with a total of 2,8 Continuous Professional Development Credit Points. Portuguese participants are advised to note the verification codes during the course of each session and declare their session attendance via the congress website.