Monday 23 September 2019

AP3 Creating a successful pharmacy-based immunisation service

Conference Hall A - Section B & C
Panel Discussion & Roundtable This 2-hour facilitated Panel Discussion & Roundtable is designed to foster discussion and sharing of key insights among experts in pharmacy-based immunisations and those ...
AP - Additional Programme
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Young Pharmacists Group Business Meeting 1

Conference Hall B2
SEC - Section meeting
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P1 Plenary session: FIP listens – Patients Talk! Navigating the Winds of Change

Hall 4
Patients’ access to health care is a key priority for most countries. Health equity can be seen as part of our core values: access to health care is a basic human right and one of the fundamental principles of most ...
P - Plenary session
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AP6 Air pollution and respiratory health: Global challenges and emerging roles for community pharmacists

Conference Hall A - Section A
AP - Additional Programme
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Academic Pharmacy Section Business Meeting

Capital Suite 7
SEC - Section meeting
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C1 Antimicrobial resistance and environmental pollution with medicines

Conference Hall B1
The entire medicines use process must be changed to minimise the environmental effects of pharmaceuticals. This is made clear in FIP’s reference document “Green pharmacy practice: Taking responsibility for the ...
C - Health now! Responding to the challenges of today
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C2 Act now! How pharmacists can help in the global refugee crisis

Conference Hall A - Section B & C
In recent years, news about the growing burden of the refugee crisis have made many headlines. Violence and unrest have caused over 12 million people to be displaced from just five countries. With such migration comes ...
C - Health now! Responding to the challenges of today
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D8 Make an impact with your pharmacy service research

Conference Hall A - Section A
This session targets pharmaceutical health services researchers. Its purpose is to educate researchers about different issues they should take into consideration when planning and publishing their research data. A ...
D - Targeting special interests
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D20 SIGN 1: Sharing Ideas in a Global Network: Community pharmacy ahead of the curve

Conference Hall B2
FIP member organisations will present their best initiatives and challenges. Presentations will include the winning projects of the FIP Health Promotion Campaign Award and the FIP Pharmacy Practice Improvement Award.
D - Targeting special interests
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AP5 Influenza vaccination and the pharmacist role

Conference Hall A - Section D
Influenza, both seasonal and pandemic, is a major burden on public health causing up to 650,000 deaths annually 1 . Vaccination is the most effective measure at preventing influenza and its severe outcomes. Seasonal ...
AP - Additional Programme
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Systems Forum

Capital Suite 5
This forum will discuss ways to measure, assess and progress the PWDGs within the systems cluster, which focuses on policy development, governmental strategy and planning, and monitoring and evaluation: PWDG 9: ...
ED - FIP Education
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Interprofessional Education Forum

Capital suite 4
The intent of this forum is for open, informal exchange regarding interprofessional education (IPE) to provide an opportunity for networking with other colleagues who have interest and/or experience in this area. Topics ...
ED - FIP Education
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D1 10th AIM Global Academic Leaders Forum

Capital Suite 7
Every academic has a leading role in transforming the pharmaceutical education at their institution. All academic leaders should unify, to facilitate collaboration that leads to excellence. To create a complete and ...
D - Targeting special interests
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D16 What’s new in industry and science? Part 1

Conference Hall B2
Short oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts
D - Targeting special interests
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A1 One step beyond new horizons in science, practice and education

Conference Hall B1
The world of pharmacy and pharmaceutical science is constantly evolving. At times, new developments become “mainstream” almost overnight whereas in other cases, the new technology or philosophy takes longer to ...
A - New trends in science, practice and education
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D9 Realising pharmacy’s potential: Putting successful plans in place

Conference Hall A - Section A
A pharmacy strategy should describe a future in which pharmacist services, as an essential part of a people-powered, integrated model of care, are delivered in innovative ways, across a broad range of settings, so that ...
D - Targeting special interests
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D24 Hot Topic: FIP-WHO joint session on access to medicines

Conference Hall A - Section D
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), access to safe, effective and quality medicines and vaccines for all is vital for the health and wellbeing of the population. WHO supports the governments in promoting ...
D - Targeting special interests
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