MSc (Pharm), PhD. Pharmakon,
Danish College of Pharmacy
Former President, pharmaceutical care network Europe, Director of R&D, Practice


Charlotte Rossing MSc, PhD (Pharm) graduated from the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1998. In 2003 she received a PhD degree in Social pharmacy with a thesis named: “The Practice of Pharmaceutical care in Denmark – a quantitative approach”, including 4 international publications. Subsequently, Charlotte Rossing joined Pharmakon, where she is the Director of Research and Development.
Charlotte Rossing has been involved in projects under the following topics:
• Medical technology assessment of dose dispensing
• Safe and effective medication (compliance and concordance)
• Compliance and welfare technologies
• Clinical pharmacy in residential and nursing homes
• Medication reviews and counselling
• Patient safety in the medication of disabled persons in residential facilities
• Pharmacy and municipality ollaboration in public health activities
• Primarycare based initiatives to enhance medication safety in transition of care
Furthermore, she is responsible for the Danish community pharmacy evidence database, which is a searchable database containing assessed literature in intervention research in pharmacy practice and primary health care.
Charlotte Rossing acts as reviewer in several international journals. She acts as chair and co-chair for FIP Forum for Innovators 2011-14, a programme organised by FIP Community Pharmacy Section. She has been on the Board of PCNE since 2011, and has been acting as chair from 2014-2016.