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JASPO will translate the ISOPP Standards of Practice, expanding its reach to over 5,000 oncology pharmacy practitioners in Japan.

ISOPP 2023 takes place March 2 to 4, 2023, followed by one day Masterclasses on March 5, at the Barceló Sevilla Renacimiento in Seville, Spain.

Save the date and be part of a comprehensive program addressing leading edge topics during plenary, panel and concurrent sessions. Share your ideas as part of the posters and platform presentations and engage in up-to-date information presented in sponsored satellite symposia and sponsor and exhibitor displays. Note the key dates and who to contact for sponsor and exhibitor opportunities

ISOPP Members, the ninety-seventh issue of the Virtual Journal Club (VJC) is available on the International Society of Oncology Pharmacy Practitioners (ISOPP) website. To access it, visit the 

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What's happening in oncology pharmacy around the world

ISOPP member, Dr. Sandrine von Grünigen obtained a doctoral degree at the University of Geneva (Switzerland) for her thesis on ”Handling of cytotoxic drugs and related waste in low and middle-income countries: A toolkit to promote safe handling practices”. Many ISOPP members contributed to the survey. A summary of her research can be found below.

By Inés Mendoza Acosta, Becaria Grupo GEDEFO SEFH

The Oncology Pharmacy Working Group of the Spanish Society of Hospital Pharmacy (GEDEFO-SEFH) held its 7th Annual Meeting on May 18-19 in Madrid. As every year, this meeting has focused on multidisciplinary patient care and the possibility of sharing experiences with colleagues from all over the country. 

By Nick Duncan, Consultant Haemotology Pharmacist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK

One of the things I love about my job is the variety it contains and the fact that I get to wear a number of different hats as part of my role.  I can be a clinical pharmacist, a prescriber, a teacher, a trainer, a researcher and a manager at different times of the working week and so it is perhaps difficult to describe a “typical” day.  But I will do my best……

By Razeeya Khan, Clinical Pharmacy lecturer, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

I am Razeeya Khan, a lecturer in the Clinical Pharmacy division at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. I am passionate about furthering oncology pharmacy education in South Africa, and at Wits University we have made strides to introduce oncology pharmacy into our undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum.

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(7th - 9th October). 

Our first in-person meeting in 3 years will be hosted at the world-renowned ACC in Liverpool, set in the heart of the city's iconic waterfront. 
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Come to Sevilla, Spain in 2023 for the XXI International Symposium on Oncology Pharmacy Practice (ISOPP 2023), March 2 - 4, and ISOPP's one day Masterclass, March 5.

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Newsletter - Volume 24 | No. 2 | June 2022

Newsletter - Volume 24 | No. 1 | April 2022

Newsletter - Volume 23 | No. 4 | December 2021

The article “Impact of coronavirus of 2019 on the delivery of pharmacy services to patients with cancer: An international survey of oncology pharmacy practitioners” is published in Journal of Oncology Pharmacy Practice (JOPP).

The coronavirus of 2019 pandemic has necessitated vast and rapid changes in the way oncology pharmacy services are delivered around the world. The survey results demonstrate the adaptability of the oncology pharmacy profession and highlight the importance of formal evaluation of the varied practice models to determine the evidence-based practices that enhance pharmacy services.

An international survey, involving respondents from over 40 countries of oncology pharmacists and technicians was conducted via the International Society of Oncology Pharmacy Practitioners (ISOPP) and collaborating global pharmacy organizations.