POSTERS SELECTED FOR PRESENTATION

Below is a listing of posters selected for presentation at the 44th International Congress for the History of Pharmacy (listed in alphabetical order of the last name of the first-listed author). Presenters are encouraged to carefully review the listing for their posters (and the name(s) and affiliations(s) of the author(s)) and to notify AIHP (at aihp@aihp.org) by July 25, 2019 if corrections or changes are necessary or desired.

 


Schedule


Seyedeh Aida Ahmadia and Arman Zargaran (School of Persian Medicine, Tehran University of Medical Sciences)
Qarabadin Kabir, Written by Shapur Sahl (869CE), as the Oldest Remaining Pharmacopeia in History
 
Jasmina Arsic (University Business Academy, Faculty of Pharmacy, Novi Sad, Serbia) and Dusanka Krajnovic (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Social Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Legislation, Belgrade, Serbia)
Inspection Visits of Pharmacies in the Kingdom of Serbia at the Beginning of the 20th Century
 
Gregory Bond (American Institute of the History of Pharmacy and University of Wisconsin-Madison)
“I Could Feel that My Presence There was Looked Upon as an Intrusion”: African-American Students at Predominantly White Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy, 1842-1925
 
Laura Cranston and Mel Nelson (Pharmacy Quality Alliance)
A History of the Pharmacy Quality Alliance: A National Quality Organization Focused on Optimizing Health by Advancing the Quality of Medication Use
 
Ilse Denninger
Denazification in Baden
 
Ilse Denninger
The Study of Pharmacy - a Female Study!?
 
Florian Eidam-Weber (Department of Pharmaceutical Biology, Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany) and Axel Helmstädter (Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
Historical Research from the British Colonies: A Grass from Africa as a Repellent
 
Florian Eidam-Weber (Department of Pharmaceutical Biology, Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany) and Axel Helmstädter (Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
Evaluation of Emil Bretschneider’s (1833 – 1901) Works on Botany and the Traditional Use of Medicinal Plants
 
Edward Foote, Rob Rudd, Kimberly Barkhamer, Madalina Veres, Denise Portner
(University of the Sciences, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and SteegeThomson Communications, Philadelphia PA)
Birth of a Profession: Celebrating the Bicentennial of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
 
Georgiev Andrijana Milošević and Dušanka Krajnović (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Pharmacy) and Verica Jovanović (Institute of Public Health of Serbia "Dr. Milan Jovanović Batut")
Development of Public Health in Serbia
 
Vilma Gudiene (Lithuanian University of Health Sciences; The Museum of the History of Lithuanian Medicine and Pharmacy)
Medicinal Products Manufactured in Russian Imperial Pharmacy Dowager Empress Maria Fodorovna 1807 and 1811
 
Stephen Hall (Curator, University of Arizona History of Pharmacy Museum, Tuscan Arizona)
A Spoonful of Sugar: The Story of the Upjohn Pharmacy in Disneyland
 
Stephen Hall (Curator, University of Arizona History of Pharmacy Museum, Tuscan Arizona)
and Metta Lou Henderson (Professor of Pharmacy Emerita, Raabe College of Pharmacy, Ohio Northern University, Portage MI)
Dr. Mary Estill Caldwell: Educator, Researcher, Mentor, Volunteer
 
Alan Hawk (National Museum of Health and Medicine, Silver Spring, MD)
The Long War Against Malaria
 
Loren Kirk and Carter Chapman (Pharmacy Quality Alliance)
Strategies to Expand Value-Based Pharmacist-Provided Care: An Action Guide
 
Dušanka Krajnovic (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Social Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical, Belgrade, Serbia) and Tatjana Crnjanski (Community Pharmacy Subotica, Subotica, Serbia)
Pharmaco-Historical Collection In Subotica
 
Anita Magowska (Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland)
Quality Medicines as the Challenge for Polish Pharmacists during the Second World War
 
Anita Magowska (Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland)
American Scholars Meritorious for Pharmacy and Medicine and Their Poznan Fellows
 
Esteban Moreno Toral, María Angeles de Rojas Alvarez and Antonio Ramos Carrillo (University of Seville, Spain)
¿Legalidad o Contrabando? A propósito de la dispensación de penicilina en la Sevilla de mediados del siglo XX
 
Yohko Natsume (The Japanese Society for History of Pharmacy)
History of Pharmaceutical Developments in India and Professor Harkishan Singh
 
Cristina Rais, Valentina Soroceanu, Adriana-Elena Tăerel and Emilia Stancu (Faculty of Pharmacy, Carol Davila UMP Bucharest)
Pharmaceutical Heritage Items from the "Zisi Fârşirotu Collection" - Bucharest
 
Cecilio J. Venegas Fito, Rocío Ruiz Altaba and Antonio Ramos Carrillo
“Drogas insignes y otras cosas memorables que se conservan en la Real Botica de El Escorial” en: “Mamotreto o Índice para la memoria y uso” de Juan Vélez de León, s. XVII -XVIII
 
Mercedes Romero Pérez (Elena Merino Pharmacy, Spain), Rocío Ruiz Altaba (University of Seville, Spain), Esteban Moreno Toral (University of Seville, Spain), Cecilio J.Venegas Fito. (Official College of Pharmacists of Badajoz, Spain), and Antonio Ramos Carrillo (University of Seville, Spain)
The Museum of History of Pharmacy of Seville (Spain): The Work of the Pharmacist and the Heritage
 
Antonio Ramos Carrillo and Esteban Moreno Toral (University of Seville, Spain) and
Sandra M. Fabregas-Troche (Executive Director, Centro Latino en Bioética y Humanidades; Retired Professor, School of Pharmacy, University of Puerto Rico)
Hernando de Torres: An Almost Unknown Apothecary Fundamental in the History of the World Pharmacy
 
Beth Richert, Gregory Bond, and Beth Fisher (American Institute of the History of Pharmacy and the University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Enduring Ephemera: The Pharmaceutical Trade Catalog Collection at the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy
 
Paloma Ruiz Vega (UCA, Real Academia De Medicina De Cádiz, Sección De Historia De La Farmacia, Instituto De España)
Applications thérapeutiques et abus de l'opium en 1821, par Serafín Sola, pharmacien académicien de Cadix
 
Paloma Ruiz Vega (UCA, Real Academia De Medicina De Cádiz, Sección De Historia De La Farmacia, Instituto De España)
Essai sur le développement de la quinine en 1824, par José Pablo Pérez, pharmacien académicien de Cadix
 
Paloma Ruiz Vega (UCA, Real Academia De Medicina De Cádiz, Sección De Historia De La Farmacia, Instituto De España)
Pharmacie médiévale dans les livres du Dr. Hildegarde de Bingen (1098-1179)
 
Eduardo Savio, Mariella Terán, Javier Giglio, Ana Rey (Area Radioquimica, Facultad de Química, Universidad de la República (UdelaR), Uruguay)
Nuclear Pharmacy: A Specialization with More than 50 Years of History in Uruguay, Serving the Region with a Global Background
 
Eduardo Savio (Asociación de Química y Farmacia del Uruguay (AQFU)) and Nuria Montero (Foro Farmacéutico de las Américas, Pharmaceutical Forum of the Americas (PCA))
Pharmaceutical Forum of the Americas (PFA):  Articulating Efforts to Improve Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacy Education in the Region of the Americas
 
Ladislava Valaskova, Jan Babica and Ladislav Svatos (Czech Pharmaceutical Museum, Department of Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Kralove, Czechia)
EXPERTA - A Czechoslovak Non-Governmental Society for Drug Control (1933-1948)
 
Adriana-Elena Taerel, Doina Draganescu, Emilia Stancu, Cristina Rais, Valentina Soroceanu, Ana Carata (Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Carol Davila, Bucharest, Romanian Society for History of Pharmacy)
Retrospects on the Pharmaceutical Industry in Romania
 
Enes Kabaoglu (Istanbul University Faculty of Pharmacy, Istanbul, Turkey), Afife Mat (Department of the History of Pharmacy and Ethics, Istanbul University Faculty of Pharmacy, Istanbul, Turkey), and Halil Tekiner (Department of the History of Pharmacy and Ethics, Erciyes University Faculty of Pharmacy, Kayseri, Turkey)
Pharmacies and Pharmacists in American Cinema from 1933 to the Present
 
Fela Viso-Gurovich, PhD (Independent Professional Consultant in Hospital Pharmacy) and Magdalena Vazquez-Moran (Pharmacist, CEO of Clinical Trials Mexico)
Advances on Hospital Pharmacy in Mexico
 
S. Scott Wisneski (Department of Pharmacy Practice, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, Ohio)
Opioid Use During the U.S. Civil War and 19th Century: Implications for Addiction

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