Growth of the global economy and the related high business activity will lead to an increase in demand for business trips. This forecast has been published by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA). According to The Uriadovy Kurier, pharmacists are the main business tourism consumers in Ukraine. Farmak follows the global trend
Farmak comprehensively contributes to increasing the level of the Ukrainian science and enhancing the professionalism of employees and healthcare professionals.
Farmak ensures training of its employees. For this purpose, the Company invites international experts and lecturers. Farmak thereby gives the opportunities of professional and career development to its employees. Farmak’s employees attend international conferences, exhibitions, workshops to improve their professional skills.
Starting from 2017, JSC “Farmak” has been participating in 2 projects, VAHVISTUS and ORBIS, under the Horizon 2020 programme in Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE). Participation in each of these projects is represented in the consortium of companies and scientific institutions from different countries of Europe. As part of the programme, Farmak’s employees attend specialized workshops abroad and meet international experts in Ukraine.
Participation in such projects opens up a unique opportunity for Farmak’s employees to know about the new developments of scientific laboratories, increase expertise of the Company’s scientific community, and adopt new approaches to development, research and improvement of the quality profile. Such sharing of experience inspires to new ideas and solutions.
The Company also implements the project called “Level”, primarily focused on maintaining a high level of knowledge, continuously improving and properly increasing the professionalism of the Ukrainian doctors and the level of the domestic medicine, relying on the global experience and modern tendencies and practices in healthcare services.
More than 10,000 doctors have enhanced their knowledge within the programme, having attended training sessions and events, organized by Farmak, during eight years. In 2018, 4,000 specialists from all over Ukraine were trained within the “Level” programme.
In 2018, Farmak trained healthcare professionals in obstetrics and gynecology, anesthesiology, surgery, neurology, diabetes, and traumatology. New directions include gastroenterological training, school of nebulizer therapy for pediatricians and training of ambulance paramedics.
The book Visionary (in Ukrainian: Vizioner («Візіонер»)) about Filya Zhebrovska, the owner of the largest Ukrainian pharmaceutical company Farmak, was published in April by Burda Publishing House. The biography tells about the life of a person who managed to steer the Soviet enterprise out of the crisis and transform it into a modern European manufacturing [...
Hospitals require primary support as they are not yet equipped with the devices necessary for effective treatment of COVID-19. The Zhebrivski Family Charitable Foundation paid for and now is expecting the delivery of three ORICARE V8600 lung ventilators (manufactured in the USA), purchased Acclarix LX8 digital ultrasound diagnostic system and other equipment...
The Zhebrivski Family Charitable Foundation (successor to the Farmak Charitable Foundation) provided each retired employee of Farmak with essential medicines The elderly people having retired from JSC Farmak will receive packages with protective masks and medicines. The packages include antiviral, sedative, anti-allergy medicines, as well as medicines for tr...