Members

Austria Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Hungary Lithuania Malta The Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Russian Federation Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey The United Kingdom

Austria

AFOP
Status: Full Member
Website: www.afoep.at
Email: [email protected]

We are a non-partisan, non-religious and non-profit oriented association and represent the interest of all Austrian pharmacy students and recent graduates. Furthermore, we are promoting exchange and sense of community among pharmacy students and graduates. We do this through international collaboration through EPSA and IPSF.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

SAFPUM
Status: Full Member
Email: [email protected]

SAFF
Status: Member in Association
Website: Facebook
Email: [email protected]

Bulgaria

BPhSA
Status:Member in Association
Website: bphsa.org
Email: [email protected]

 

Croatia


CPSA
Status: Full Member
Website: http://www.usfmbh.wix.com/cpsa
Email:
 [email protected]

Cyprus

EMUPSS
Status: Member in Association
Website: http://emupss.emu.edu.tr
Email: [email protected]

Czech Republic

CzPSA
Status: Full Member
Website: www.scsf.cz
Email: [email protected]

Denmark

SOP
Status: Full Member
Website:
 soppharmaschool.sites.ku.dk
Email:
 [email protected]

Estonia


TÜRS
Status: Full Member
Website: tyrs.ee
Email:
 [email protected]

Finland

FiPSA
Status: Full Member
Website: www.fipsa.fi
Email: [email protected]

France

ANEPF
Status: Full Member
Website: www.anepf.org
Email:
[email protected]

ANEPF, France is the only representative association of Pharmacist Students’ in France. Indeed, we represent more than 33 000 students among the 24 faculties in our country. We are an office of 23 members, administered by 24 local associations each having 2 official delegates. We meet several times per year to work together. Our primary objectives are encouraging the students to become one of the healthcare system leaders and professionals, making sure the evolution of our curricula and profession go the right way, promoting interprofessional collaboration and quality of care, improving and developing our students’ skills to allow them become great healthcare professionals. We are working on digital and international fields as well as other study fields like public health, humanities, mentoring and industry.

Germany

BPhD
Status: Full Member
Website: www.bphd.de
Email:
[email protected]

The BPhD is the National Association of Pharmacy Students in Germany.The association was founded in 1948 and currently has about 15800 members (students and young pharmacists) spread over 22 locations. We are committed to our members in many areas such as public health, improvement of the curricula and our profession, health policy and much more. In addition, we offer our students opportunities for professional and soft skill training.

Hungary

HuPSA
Status: Full Member
Website: hupsa.org
Email: [email protected]

Lithuania

SFD
Status: Member in Association
Website: www.sfd.lt
Email: [email protected]

Malta

MPSA
Status: Full Member
Website: www.mpsaonline.com
Email:
[email protected]

The Netherlands

K.N.P.S.V
Status: Full Member
Website: www.knpsv.nl
Email: [email protected]

The Koninklijke Nederlandse Pharmaceutische Studenten Vereniging (translated as the Royal Dutch Pharmaceutical Student association K.N.P.S.V.) is the national association for all (bio)-pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy students in the Netherlands. The focal points of the K.N.P.S.V. are: fraternization, international and social/professional importance. The K.N.P.S.V. organizes different activities throughout the year that focus on these focal points for the members. Members are informed about the activities via the website, email and Facebook. The K.N.P.S.V. represents the students from the Netherlands during the General Assemblies of EPSA and IPSF.

Poland

PPSA
Status: Full Member
Website: ptsf.pl
Email: [email protected]

Polish Pharmaceutical Students’ Association was founded in 2016 and from that time it gathered almost 1500 members. PPSA is active in 11 cities of Poland, implementing lots of projects and activities. PPSA flagship projects are Consult the Pharmacist, Antibiotic Therapy under the Supervision of The Pharmacist and two competitions organised for members: National Patient Counselling Event and National Compounding Competition. PPSA is also an active member of the SEP project and joyfully joins every edition.  This Member Organisation also focuses on Soft Skills development – PPSA School of Trainers actively contributes to providing plenty of opportunities for members to polish their soft skills – from singular training sessions with trainers to Catch the Skills – biggest event full of workshops and training. PPSA works for a better future for graduates of faculty of pharmacy. This organisation focuses on possibilities awaiting for future pharmacists and on preparing them to join the pharmacy world.

Young Pharmacy
Status: Member in Association
Website: facebook.com/mloda.farmacja.lodz
Email: [email protected]

Young Pharmacy exists thanks to the group of creative and enthusiastic students. By organizing various events, training and conferences, we gain experience, knowledge and skills, which are necessary to have good contact with patients as well as other participants of public life. We understand the needs of changing reality, which is the reason why we don’t stop at just studying and acquiring knowledge from books. We promote values and activities aimed at unifying the pharmaceutical academic environment. The Young Pharmacy is a student section of the Polish Pharmaceutical Association, which brings together students of Pharmaceutical Faculties from Lodz and Krakow. Together, we plan various initiatives to improve the environment for students of pharmaceutical subjects.

Portugal

APEF
Status:
Full Member
Website: www.apef.pt
Email: [email protected]

The Portuguese Association of Pharmacy Students (APEF) is a non-profit, non-governmental, non-religious and non-political organization, which was founded on December 9th, 1998. Currently, APEF consists of seven Effective Members and one Observer Member, which are spread over five cities (Lisbon, Coimbra, Porto, Covilhã and Faro), and it represents about 4000 Pharmaceutical Sciences students. A Parliamentary Council, an Audit Committee and the Board forms the main structure of the organization  and the Board is subdivided into the Executive (President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Secretary) and ten Directors, each one of them responsible for different fields of action. All APEF activities are developed for the benefit of Pharmaceutical Sciences students, so that they can become respected health professionals and perform their duties to the best of their ability.

AEFFUL
Status: Member in Association
Website: www.aefful.pt
Email: [email protected]

The Portuguese Association of Pharmacy Students (APEF) is a non-profit, non-governmental, non-religious and non-political organization, which was founded on December 9th, 1998. Currently, APEF consists of seven Effective Members and one Observer Member, which are spread over five cities (Lisbon, Coimbra, Porto, Covilhã and Faro), and it represents about 4000 Pharmaceutical Sciences students. A Parliamentary Council, an Audit Committee and the Board forms the main structure of the organization  and the Board is subdivided into the Executive (President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Secretary) and ten Directors, each one of them responsible for different fields of action. All APEF activities are developed for the benefit of Pharmaceutical Sciences students, so that they can become respected health professionals and perform their duties to the best of their ability.

AEFFUP
Status: Member in Association
Website: aeffup.com
Email: [email protected]

The Students’ Association of Faculty of Pharmacy of University of Porto (AEFFUP) was founded in 1929 and nowadays it represents around 1200 students, advocating for their rights, supporting their studies and also completing their curriculum. We believe in educating our students in different areas, promoting sports and a healthy living, culture, sustainability and development of additional skills to the pharmacy course. Our purpose is to give our associates the intellectual and human basis and to arouse curiosity to a constant learning process.

Romania

FASFR
Status: Full Member
Website: www.fasfr.ro
Email: [email protected]

FASFR was established in November 2003 by three local associations (OSF Cluj-Napoca, OSF Craiova and LSF Timișoara) whose joint efforts changed  the future of pharmacy students all over the country. Nowadays, FASFR proudly represents 8 Local Associations: OSF Cluj-Napoca, OSF Craiova, LSF Timișoara, SSF București, SSF Iași, ASF Târgu-Mureș, ASF Oradea and OSF Sibiu. Every year, FASFR sets out to fulfill its mission and lines up a series of projects and activities meant to cover three main areas: Personal and Professional Development of Pharmaceutical Students, Public Health and Pharmaceutical Education. To further develop the aforementioned perspective, FASFR also created a yearly project called The Opportunities of a Pharmacy Student where professionals are invited to share their experience during interactive workshops. FASFR is also advocating for pharmaceutical students’ rights and recently published a Position Paper regarding Residency examination.

Russian Federation

HCCM
Status: Member in Association

Serbia

NAPSer
Status: Full Member
Website: www.napser.org
Email: 
[email protected]

Slovakia

SPSA
Status: Full Member
Website: www.sssf.sk/
Email: [email protected]

Slovenia

ŠSSFD
Status: Full Member
Website: dsfs.si
Email:
[email protected]

Spain

FEEF
Status: Full Member
Website: http://www.feef.es/
Email: [email protected]

The Spanish Federation of Pharmacy Students (FEEF) is a non-profit, non-governmental, non-political and non-religious organization based on a democratic way of working. As a federation, it´s formed by associations and delegations of students from different spanish faculties. At the present time, FEEF, represents around 20000 pharmacy students and recently graduated professionals, from 11 spanish universities. FEEF was founded on May 1st, 1990, having the need of improving the communication among students and associations as a target, sharing activities and resources that are interesting for all pharmacy students of the country. FEEF is formed by students and only fights for the benefit of pharmacy students, for becoming better professionals not only in our sector but also in skills related to our future such as leadership, communication, analytical work, etc.

AEF-UB
Status: Member in Association
Website: http://aefub.cat
Email: [email protected]

We are a local association based in Barcelona and have been members of the IPSF for a couple of years. Even though our association is small, we are working hard to represent all the students. We participate in the SEP project, sending as well as receiving students from all around the world; do health campaigns about topics we think are interesting and useful (lifestyle, diabetes, skin protection, mental health, AIDS for example) and we also provide talks about career opportunities, studying techniques, biotech future, master’s degree, FIR and so on. Moreover, we arrange visits to pharmaceutical industries and laboratories. We are so happy to be a part of this family!

Sweden

SNAPS
Status:
Full Member
Website:
snaps-online.se
Email:
[email protected]

Switzerland

asep
Status: Full Member
Website: www.asep.ch
Email:
 [email protected]

As ASEP, our vision is to be the voice and body of the Swiss pharmacy students. We greatly value voluntary and teamwork, positivity paired with constructivity, intersectoral thinking and equality. Our main missions are: Raising awareness to the challenges, roles and skills of pharmacists now and in the future; animating our student community at different levels to get an actively engaging base; representing the interests of our community on national and international level; offering insights and voluntary work in the world of pharmacy; broadening of the mind; and promoting approaches towards equality, intersectoral thinking, health for all and positive constructive environments.

Turkey

TPA-YC
Status: Full Member
Website: www.tebgk.com
Email: [email protected]

Turkish Pharmacists’ Association Youth Commission was estblished in 2009 and is the only national association of Turkey. We intent to create a ground where students can come together, work together and discuss different ideas and cultures together in our country and all around the world. TPA-YC plans social and scientific projects for the development of pharmacy education and self-improvement of pharmacy students. We develop the communication among the students and we are also responsible for representing all members in national and international platforms. Our intentions are to prepare pharmacists to develop close relationships among themselves, ensure that members of the community gain a different perspective on the problems in places in our country where health protection is difficult and opportunities are insufficent as well as to support the ideas of pharmacy students and their cooperation.

AUPSG
Status: Member in Association
Website: facebook.com/AUPSG

AUPSG (Ankara University Faculty of Pharmacy Students Group) was established in order to ensure the coordination between IPSF and our faculty with the permission of our Dean’s Office on 10 June 1997. AUPSG aims to support pharmacy students with activities both social and scientific. Therefore, it organizes conferences and competitions on new substances or drugs as well as tours. “Patient Information Contest” and “Student Exchange Program” are two example activities.

IUPSAint
Status: Member in Association
Email: [email protected]

Istanbul University Pharmaceutical Students’ Association international (IUPSAint) is a non-profit, non-governmental, apolitical organization since 1998. Internationally, IUPSAint represents Turkey in European Pharmaceutical Students’ Association (EPSA) as a full member. IUPSAint also represents the students and recent graduates of Istanbul University Faculty of Pharmacy in International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation (IPSF) as members in association. IUPSAint works with its own regulations which are configured by local executives. Every year we launch lots of public health campaigns and social programs. Our vision is to inform students about their field and to help them develop their thoughts and interests.

The United Kingdom

BPSA
Status:
Full Member
Website: www.bpsa.co.uk
Email: [email protected]