04 September 2020 | News
The MoU coverage is focused on knowledge transfer in the areas including quality assurance standards, policies and procedures and tools and publications
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The India Association of the Colleges of Pharmacy (IACP) is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Educaon (ACPE) to build cooperation to advance the quality of pharmacy education internationally.
The MoU was signed by Janet P. Engle, Execuve Director and Michael A. Mone, President, Board of Directors, of the ACPE and by Prof. B. Chinaswamy, President, and Dr. B. Jayakar, Secretary, of the IACP.
The MoU marks the coming together of associations dedicated to realising combined goals of standardising pharmacy education and elevating the canons and importance of the role of pharmacists.
Equipped with years of learning and experience in their respective markets, both IACP and ACPE are now poised to achieve their goals by focusing on upgrading education, upskilling, and employing the latest advancements in science and technology to the benefit of both students and praconers.
The MoU coverage is focused on knowledge transfer in the areas including quality assurance standards, policies and procedures and tools and publications.
Both associations are also enthusiastic about exchange visitor programs that will help them to observe in-depth each other's operating processes. The partnership entails no financial commitment on part of either association and is non-exclusive, thereby allowing both organisaons to successfully continue existing collaborations.