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Drug shortages in hospital pharmacies

There is anecdotal evidence that shortages of drugs are occurring and increasing in European countries. These drug shortages pose challenges to patients, pharmacists, clinicians, the pharmaceutical industry and policy makers

teaserThere is anecdotal evidence that shortages of drugs are occurring and increasing in European countries. These drug shortages pose challenges to patients, pharmacists, clinicians, the pharmaceutical industry and policy makers.

 
As a result, there is an urgent need to collect data on drug shortages in Europe. Therefore, Hospital Pharmacy Europe, in collaboration with KU Leuven, is organising an internet survey to measure the extent, causes and impact of drug shortages and to propose recommendations to address drug shortages. We are counting on your input to complete this survey, so that we are not short of answers and proposals to tackle drug shortages. 
 
Please enter your contact details at the end of the survey if you want to enter the draw for an iPad2.
 
To take the survey, click here
 
Thank you.

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