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Building the Pipeline: African Women in Health and Science

African Women in Health and Science

Although women comprise a majority of the global health workforce, they are under-represented at the decision-making level of global policy and governance. This workforce pipeline challenge was a focus of recent remarks by the President of Mauritius, Her Excellency Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, during an event hosted by USP’s CePAT in Ghana to celebrate African women leaders in pharmacuetical regulatory affairs.

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Exploring the Promise and Challenges of Nanomedicines

Nanomedicines Opportunities and Challenges

Nanomedicine—the use of nanoscale materials and technologies to treat diseases at the molecular level—has shown promising results in patient care, particularly in oncology. While this potential has led to increased research, there are challenges surrounding nomenclature, characterization and environmental impact. Learn how you can collaborate with USP to help determine a path foward.

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3 Reasons Why USP Supports Pharmacist Healthcare Provider Status Legislation

Pharmacist Healthcare Provider Status Legislation

The bipartisan support for the Pharmacy and Medically Underserved Areas Enhancement Act demonstrates that legislators and policymakers recognize the value pharmacists bring to patients and the U.S. healthcare system. USP applauds this step and supports swift passage of this important legislation.

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