Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice Centre

  • United Kingdom

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he Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice Research Centre provides a platform to enhance quality and quantity of research outputs in a competitive research environment.

The CPPPR aspires to become a leading pharmacy practice research centre to promote high quality research outputs. Our long-term vision aims for a research focus and alignment of our plans with external policies, challenges, and opportunities.

The Centre is planning a one day pharmacy practice research symposium in the summer of 2019. 

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Telemedicine Medicine & Life Sciences
Biosimilar Pharmaceuticals Medicine & Life Sciences
Costs and Cost Analysis Medicine & Life Sciences
Medicine Chemical Compounds
New Zealand Medicine & Life Sciences
Pharmacies Medicine & Life Sciences
Delivery of Health Care Medicine & Life Sciences
Pharmaceutical Preparations Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2018 2019

Medicine Prices in Asia–Pacific Countries

Babar, Z-U-D., Hussain, R. & Hasan, S. S., 2019, Medicine Price Surveys, Analyses and Comparisons: Evidence and Methodology Guidance. Vogler, S. (ed.). 1st ed. Elsevier, p. 45-60 15 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Cost Savings
Central Nervous System Diseases
Hepatitis C
Costs and Cost Analysis
Open Access
Systems Analysis
Drug and Narcotic Control
New Zealand

Access to High Cost Medicines: An Overview

Hasan, S. S., Lu, C. & Babar, Z-U-D., 2 Mar 2018, Equitable Access to High-Cost Pharmaceuticals. Elsevier, p. 1-10 10 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Costs and Cost Analysis
Delivery of Health Care
Traditional Medicine
Health Expenditures
Developing Countries