FIP Hospital Pharmacy Section (HPS) Grants

Applications for the 2024 FIP Hospital Pharmacy Section Research Grant are closed!

The FIP HPS Research Grant is open to support research by our members. The FIP HPS Research Grant is open to FIP HPS members for research that focuses on the implementation of the revised Basel Statements. Aligned with the FIP HPS Strategic Plan, research focusing FIP Development Goals 19 (patient safety), 17 (antimicrobial stewardship) or 5 (competency development) will be given priority. The grant will fund a project of up to €3000 (EUR).

We invite eligible applicants to participate in this exciting opportunity and contribute to the advancement of hospital pharmacy practice and patient care.


Principal investigators (PI) must be active members of the FIP Hospital Pharmacy Section. Please note that grants will be awarded to organizations and not individuals. While institutions may have their own criteria for grant eligibility, graduate students can be listed as Co-Principal Investigators on the application. 


For this grant, overhead costs are not permitted. If the total cost of the project exceeds the requested amount from the FIP Hospital Pharmacy Section, a comprehensive financial plan must be included, highlighting any matching financial contributions secured or anticipated. Letters of support from other funders indicating their willingness to provide funds and the amount of support should be included when possible.

How to apply

We encourage all applicants to carefully review the FIP Hospital Pharmacy Section Research Grant Application Guide for detailed information on eligibility, funding criteria, and proposal format. 

Please click here to access the application form. The deadline for submission is April 30.

For any inquiries or further information, please feel free to reach out to Christina Cella at

We look forward to receiving your innovative project proposals that will contribute to advancing hospital pharmacy practices and patient care.

 Congratulations to the 2023 HPS Grant Winners

Moteehat Olubukola Olu-Lawal will conduct research on “Pharmaceutical care interventions: A tool for building interprofessional collaboration in two public healthcare institutions in Osun State.”

Stephen Eckel will conduct research on “Comparison of the FIP Basel Statements on the future of hospital pharmacy practice and pharmacy school accreditation standards.”