Our goal is
Our mission is to actively participate at student and professional level, bringing pharmacy, knowledge and students together.
Greek Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation is a non-profit, non-governmental, non-labor union organization, in which participate undergraduate and postgraduate pharmacy students. Our vision is to represent every pharmacy student of Greece and promote collaboration, aiming the pharmaceutical and health care development.
We encourage students’ engagement in their scientific and social interests and we aim to keep them up to date on the latest medical and pharmaceutical achievements, new areas of research and applications of modern technology in science.
Students participate in health campaigns educating public on prevention and treatment of diseases, on an effort to improve the quality of life, and are being informed on medical and social issues that are of interest to the greek and international community.
We aim to strengthen relationships and communication between pharmacy students and students from other greek and foreign health sciences schools. We do this by getting to know each other and collaborate on issues of common scientific interest.
Our mission is to actively participate at professional and student level, bringing pharmacy, knowledge and students together. Our main goals:
Students’ acquaintance with the values of a pharmacist’s profession.
To highlight the importance of pharmacist’s role in society.
Strengthening relationships and communication between students and graduates of pharmacy and other Schools of health sciences of Greece and other countries through acquaintance and collaboration on issues of common scientific or social interest.
The students’ involvement in their scientific and social interests. Keeping them up to date on the latest medical and pharmaceutical advances, new areas of research and applications of modern technology in science.
Students’ participation in clinical and basic health sciences research and information on medical and social issues of interest to the Greek and international community.
Participation of students in health campaigns educating the public on prevention and treatment, with the aim of improving the quality of life.
Students’ participation in programs developed by the European Union and national bodies (such as universities, hospitals, industries with pharmaceutical research or manufacturing of mechanical equipment, etc.).
The organization of events of scientific interest, as well as meetings on educational issues, vocational guidance and training.