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Welcome to Pharmapedia

Pharmapedia is an online peer-reviewed pharmaceutical knowledge and expertise repository. It brings together and facilitates an exchange of knowledge, expertise and ideas among pharmacy practitioners in all areas of practice. Pharmapedia provides access to basic and advanced pharmacy and medicines management information, written by practitioners for practitioners. To learn more about Pharmapedia go to our About Pharmapedia page.

Using MediaWiki software, it allows any registered user the ability to contribute knowledge and ideas. It is designed to be user-generated and continuously grow and evolve. Content will be peer reviewed by approved reviewers and editors.

It currently holds 927 articles and welcomes 384 registered users.

To start contributing simply register for a free account.



Partners

Our Partners influence the development and direction of growth of Pharmapedia and are part of the Executive Board. If any institution would like to become a Partner of Pharmapedia please contact us at admin@pharmapedia.org.

Donations

Sponsors contribute to the development of Pharmapedia by donating via unrestricted grants. These are essential, and used for the administration of the site, technical support, project management and supporting the generation of content.

If you are interested in donating to Pharmapedia in this way, please contact us at admin@pharmapedia.org. 

Copyright

The content of Pharmapedia pages is considered to be owned by its contributors. Reproduction should not occur without permission. See copyright.



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Our Partners

United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association Monash University WHO-UNESCO-FIP Global Pharmacy Education Taskforce European Pharmaceutical Students' Association

The information contained in Pharmapedia is in no way intended to replace care, advice, diagnosis or treatment from a qualified health professional. If you have any concerns regarding your medication, or you feel unwell, you should consult your pharmacist or doctor.