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Pharmacy in China


  • Pharmacy schools and programs 1
  • Research 2
  • Counterfeit drugs 3
  • Online & mail-order pharmacy 4
  • Industrial pharmacy 5
  • Museums 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • Further reading 9
  • External links 10

Pharmacy schools and programs


Counterfeit drugs

Figures in China report almost 200,000 persons are said to have died in 2001 as a consequence of having taken counterfeit drugs.[1]

Online & mail-order pharmacy

Industrial pharmacy


  • The Museum of Huqingyutang Chinese Pharmacy

See also


  1. ^ GPHF NEWS II / 2003
  • A History of Pharmacy in Pictures College of Pharmacy, Washington State University
  • China World List of Pharmacy Schools, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP)
  • Reaching China's Middle Class Through Retail Pharmacies - China Business Review, 2001
  • Zhu, Yi-Zhun., Zhou, FangMing., Lu, Wei-Yue., Ye, DeYong. and ZHENG, HaiAn. "A Comparison Study between Independent and University-affiliated Pharmacy Schools in China -- Does University Setting Benefit Pharmacy Education?" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, San Diego, California, USA, Jul 05, 2006.
  • HC Wang, LY Chen, and AH Lau. "Pharmacy practice and education in the People's Republic of China". 1993 The Annals of Pharmacotherapy: Vol. 27, No. 10, pp. 1278–1282.
  • GJ Liu. Hospital pharmacy practice in the People's Republic of China. (1982) American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, Vol 39, Issue 9, 1487–1490
  • Chen Zongmin. "The development of higher pharmaceutical education in China's reform", Institute of Pharmaceutical Education, China Pharmaceutical University, Nanjing, Jiangsu. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Spring 1998.
  • Qian Cai, J. Warren Salmon. "What Role May Pharmacoeconomics Play in Pharmaceutical Pricing and Reimbursement in China?" Journal of Pharmaceutical Finance, Economics & Policy (Volume 4 Number 1, 2005)

Further reading

  • Professional Code or Legal Sanctions: Pharmacy in China by Du Liping, University of Melbourne (Health & History, 2004. 6/1: 87–96)
  • Pharmacy in Hong Kong The Pharmaceutical Journal Vol 267 No 7179 p911-936; 22–29 December 2001
  • Good Pharmacy Practice (GPP) in Developing Countries
  • Public health development of China, Shandong Statistical Bureau
  • An important task of the 21st century: Strengthening international exchange and cooperation in pharmaceutical education Zongmin, Chen, Na, Li, Taikang, Huang. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Vol. 64, No. 2 (2000)
  • Integrating R&D with Manufacturing and Pharmaceutical Education in China Wang Qiang, Shi Zhixiang, and Chen Zongmin. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Vol. 64, No. 4 (2000)
  • The Teaching Contents and Methods of International Pharmaceutical Business Ma Aixia. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Vol. 65, No. 3 (2001)
  • Deepening the Reform of Higher Pharmaceutical Education for the 21st Century Xiaoming Wu. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Vol. 64, No. 3 (2000)
  • Wang Yue et al. Regional pharmacovigilance practice in China The International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine Volume 20, Number 1-2 / 2008 pp. 51–56
  • Zhou Yibing et al. An Overview of Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring in China International Journal of Pharmaceutical Medicine, Volume 20, Number 2, 2006, pp. 79–85(7)
  • Pharmacoeconomics and Outcome Research in China, Professor Shanlian Hu. MD. MSc., School of Public Health, Fudan University, ISPOR 2nd Asia-Pacific Conference, March 6, 2006.
  • Liu G.G.; Liu C. Potential Expanded Use of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research in China Pharmaceutical Development and Regulation, Volume 1, Number 3, 2003, pp. 169–177(9)
  • Liu Bao Peng; Chong Qing Tan; Xiao Min Wan; Cui, Wei. "Cost-Utility Analysis in China: Differences and Difficulties Compared with Developed Countries". PharmacoEconomics, Volume 25, Number 7, 2007, pp. 619–619(1)

External links

  • China Association of Chain Drug Stores
  • Chinese Pharmaceutical Association Committee on Professional Hospital Pharmacy
  • Clinical Pharmacy Network in China
  • WinPharm
  • China Pharmacy Network
  • Chinese Pharmacy Network
  • China: Where East Meets West China's pharmacy chain drug stores, RCVA Group
  • Modernized Chinese Medicine International Association (MCMIA)
  • BeiJing WEIBIAO Center For Drug Standard Research Development
  • China to Improve Standards of Pharmacy Degrees for Overseas Students (Xinhua; July 26, 2007)
  • The quality and safety of traditional traditional Chinese medicines (Aust Prescr 2003;26:128-30)
  • Fake Anti-malarials found in Yunnan Province, China USP, Drug Quality and Information Program
Chinese pharmaceutical policy
  • Chinese Pharmaceutical Policy Studies - WHO Health Systems and Services, Medicines and Health Technologies
International conferences
  • The 7th Asian Conference on Clinical Pharmacy July 2007, Shanghai
  • 67th International Congress of FIP World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Industrial Pharmacy section
  • Pharmaceutical Curriculum Development: An evolutionary or a revolutionary process? Pre-PSWC2007 Workshop (April 21, 2007)
  • CELEBRATED BRIDGE–BUILDER PASSES ON, BUT LIFE WORK CONTINUES Guo-jie John Liu, MSPharm'50: January 9, 1915 – March 21, 2006 (University of Michigan College of Pharmacy)
  • White paper: 150,000 people in China obtain pharmacist's qualifications Xinhua 2008-07-18
Comparative study
  • China / European Union: Overview of Community Pharmacy
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