(1998; 17 pages)
• Undergraduate pharmacy curricular should be reviewed and revised to ensure that students learn about the relevant aspects of information management and technology, behavioural sciences, and communication and health problem solving.
• Where possible, pharmacy schools should be administratively located in such a way that joint training of health professionals is possible.
• Professional associations should be actively involved in accreditation of pharmacy courses.
• The use of “teacher-practitioners” in education and training should be encouraged.
• All practitioners should be encouraged to participate in operational research, with the objective of improving knowledge about and care of patients and the general public.