Charlotte Rossing

Vice Chair FIP Special Interest Group on Pharmacy Practice Research
Representing Pharmaceutical Care Network Europe as Past president
Director of Research and Development, Pharmakon, Denmark


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”.

Subsequently, Charlotte Rossing joined Pharmakon, where she is the Director of Research and Development.
Furthermore, she is responsible for the continuing education and professional development for pharmacist and pharmacy technicians in Denmark.
Charlotte Rossing has been involved in studies under the following topics:
• Medical technology assessment of dose dispensing
• Safe and effective medication (compliance and adherence)
• Patient and medication safety in residential- and nursing homes
• Medication reviews and counselling
• Pharmacy and municipality collaboration in public health (preventive care)
• Primarycare based initiatives to enhance medication safety in transition of care
• Implementation of pharmaceutical care services
• Medication without harm (WHO), Danish expert group on indicators
• The professional role of pharmacy technicians
• The impact if the 4’th industrial revolution on pharmacy practice
• Compliance- and welfare technologies
Charlotte Rossing acts as reviewer in several international journals. She has acted as chair and co-chair for FIP Forum for Innovators 2011-14, a programme organised by FIP Community Pharmacy Section. She is in the steering committee of the Special Interest Group of Pharmacy Practice Research under FIP. She has been on the Board of Pharmaceutical Care Network Europe (research network) from 2011 to 2018, acting as chair from 2014-2016.