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Thailand

UNESCO Interdisciplinary Chair in the Rational Use of Drugs (340), established in 1992 at Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)
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Fields / Disciplines

Pharmacology; Health.


Objectives
  • To promote an integrated system of research, training, information and documentation activities on the rational use of drugs.

  • To facilitate collaboration between high-level, internationally-recognized scientists and the research team of the University, and other institutions in Asia and the Pacific Region, mainly South-eastern Asia.

  • To serve as a focus for co-operation in pursuit of the objectives of the Health for All Programme launched by the World Health Organization.

Host Institution

College of Public Health, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok. Website


In collaboration with

Word Health Organization. Website


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Natural Sciences

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