Committed to make a difference in the real world, the PINTAR team works closely with policy-relevant stakeholders in Indonesia and internationally, including the Indonesian Ministry of Health, pharmacy associations and the World Health Organization.
By maintaining a direct dialogue with stakeholders, we hope that the evidence generated by the PINTAR Study will inform policy and practice. This page lists some examples.
High-level webinar marks start of new phase of PINTAR Study
In commemoration of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, the PINTAR team hosted a webinar under the theme “Spread Awareness, Stop Resistance” on 27th November, targeted at pharmacists from Semarang City.
Speakers represented the Indonesian Pharmacists Association (IAI), the World Health Organization (WHO) and Indonesia’s Ministry of Health.