An appreciation of science, scientists, and the questions they ask. Read more.
TB kills more people than any other single infectious disease. Learn how PQM – a public health program supported by USAID & implemented by USP - is helping to increase the global supply of quality-assured kanamycin, an essential TB drug.
The 69th World Health Assembly, took place in Geneva on May 23 – 28, 2016, and USP was honored to co-host a high level discussion on global public health and the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). This article captures parts of the conversation that took place not only in Geneva but via social media as well.
Today, many critical, life-saving medicines go through a complex global supply chain before ever reaching the patient. USP’s public standards play important roles throughout that supply chain. Learn more.
Learn about USP's involvement in the APEC Life Sciences Innovation Forum and how this group is improving access to quality medical products by helping Asian-Pacific economies prevent, detect and respond to spurious, substandard, falsified, falsely-labelled and counterfeit products in their supply chains.
Find out answers to important questions about your medications during a special live Twitter Chat “Medication Safety 101: Usage, Storage, and Disposal” on March 23. Hosted by the Alliance for Aging Research, in partnership with NCPIE, the Acetaminophen Awareness Coalition, the American Association of Poison Control Centers, and the CHPA Educational Foundation, this online discussion aims to answer common patient questions on how to safely choose, take, store, and dispose of OTC medications.
Anthony Lakavage, Senior Vice President, USP Global External Affairs, shares insights on USP–India's 10th Anniversary and how USP is working globally to increase its impact on improving the quality of medicines, dietary supplements and foods worldwide.
Learn about unique career paths in pharmacy. APhA CEO Thomas Menighan discusses his personal journey in pharmacy and provides insight into non-traditional roles for pharmacists highlighted in the new, free webinar series Careers Beyond the Pharmacy Counter.