Tarek Kilani

Tarek Kilani

Emirates French Hospital, UAE

Title: Counterfeit Medicines a Global Threat


Dr. Tarek Kilani has completed his B.Sc. in Pharmacy, from The Jordan University of Science and Technology in Jordan. A Postgraduate Diploma in Healthcare Management & Leadership & Postgraduate Diploma in Supply Chain & Logistics from Westford School of Management. He is the Pharmacist In-Charge & Hospital Continuing Medical Education Coordinator at Emirates French Hospital Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates. He is Member in The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), with a working experience more than 10 years utilizing his Clinical Experience in the Field of Healthcare Administration and Management in the best possible way for achieving the Highest Quality in Health Care System


The business of fake drugs is a lucrative crime that is increasing annually worldwide. It causes therapeutic failure, drug resistance and economic sabotage. Some of the major causes of widespread drug counterfeiting include corruption, inadequate technology for protection of the identity of genuine drugs as well it requires both local and international efforts. This presentation is aimed to provide an overview of the counterfeit medication problem examining the problem of drug counterfeiting Consequences with emphasis on the causes and possible solutions.

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