5 Jan 2021

An introduction to Pharmaceuticals in the Environment (PiE) and Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR)

Pharmaceuticals in the environment (PiE) are an important issue and the subject of increasing focus by the media, governments, NGOs and the wider public. Human and veterinary medicines bring enormous societal benefits, supporting public health and ensuring a safe food supply. One of the unintended but inevitable results of delivering life-changing medicines to patients is that pharmaceutical residues can find their way into the environment. Most are a result of patient and veterinary use and the inappropriate disposal of unused medicines. Unintended release of pharmaceuticals in manufacturing emissions represents a minor yet potentially important environmental source that is controllable and has the potential to be further minimised. This session will provide a practical introduction to the topic aimed at pharmaceutical and healthcare professionals

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This presentation was originally aired as part of the CPHI Festival of Pharma.

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