Wednesday 25 September 2019

D10 Finding the humanitarian face of pharmacy

Conference Hall B2
(light breakfast at 07:00) The role of pharmacists in humanitarian causes and natural disasters is continuing to evolve as organisers and policymakers understand the value that pharmacists bring to those various ...
D - Targeting special interests
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A3 Cell based gene therapy – promise and challenges

Conference Hall B1
For several years, the standards of cancer treatment were based on surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Over the past two decades, targeted therapies mostly based on monoclonal became the gold standard for many cancer ...
A - New trends in science, practice and education
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A4 Internet pharmacy – Risks versus benefits

Conference Hall A - Section D
Technology, which was first developed to facilitate communication, has now grown into a global network of computer systems that link multiple platforms and create interrelationships between governments, academic ...
A - New trends in science, practice and education
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B5 Transition from “fact-based teaching” to “complex clinical problem solving”

With an increasing focus on interprofessional education, pharmacists are increasingly trusted to offer suggestions and make interventions to improve patient care. Available data suggest that interventions by pharmacists ...
B - New roles, opportunities and responsibilities
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B6 Implementing advanced patient services with tangible outcomes

Conference Hall A - Section B & C
In the changing and competitive pharmacy landscape there is need for a transition from dispenser (product-centered care) towards consultant-healthcare professional (patient-centered care). “Patient Services”* ...
B - New roles, opportunities and responsibilities
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D11 Rising to the challenge: Evolving roles of emergency pharmacists

Conference Hall B2
Emergency pharmacists practise in arduous and demanding conditions, and often work closely with international and local organisations in humanitarian and disaster relief situations.  In recent years, resettlement of ...
D - Targeting special interests
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A5 Supplying medicines in the age of the internet colossuses

Conference Hall A - Section D
The importance of promoting efficient and effective management throughout the supply chain cannot be overemphasised. The largest global e-commerce companies have shown that they have a robust and efficient supply chain ...
A - New trends in science, practice and education
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C6 Superdrugs for superbugs: Antibiotics of the future

Conference Hall B1
The imminent threat of a post-antibiotic era is upon us; and it is going to take us back to the days when people died of common infections. The present 700,000 global deaths each year due to antimicrobial resistance ...
C - Health now! Responding to the challenges of today
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D12 Competency framework for academic staff in pharmacy education

Conference Hall A - Section B & C
A competent and capable practitioner workforce is an essential prerequisite for all healthcare professions. This is the opening line of the Global Competency Framework for services provided by the pharmacy workforce ...
D - Targeting special interests
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D22 SIGN 3: Sharing Ideas in a Global Network: Workforce transformation – Advanced competence for advanced services

Conference Hall A - Section A
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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AP7 Reflux relevance: Building pharmacy as a centre of excellence

Capital Suite 5
Sponsored by Please join us here  to help understand and explore the key role of pharmacists in the management and treatment of patients with reflux
AP - Additional Programme
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Professional Development Forum

Capital suite 2
This forum will discuss ways to measure, assess and progress the PWDGs within the professional development cluster, which focuses on the pharmaceutical workforce: PWDG 4: Advanced and specialist expert development ...
ED - FIP Education
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Military & Emergency Pharmacy Section Business Meeting

Conference Hall B2
SEC - Section meeting
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D3 8th Global Pharmacy Technicians Symposium: Emerging and changing roles for pharmacy technicians

Capital Suite 7
Theme for discussion: Related to topic B: New roles, opportunities and responsibilities Pharmacy technicians and other pharmacy support workers, pharmacists, educators, health administrators and others will ...
D - Targeting special interests
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Academy Forum

Capital suite 4
This forum will discuss ways to measure, assess and progress the PWDGs within the academy cluster, which focuses on schools, universities and education providers: PWDG 1: Academic capacity PWDG 2: Foundation ...
ED - FIP Education
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A6 A 3D printer for every pharmacy?

Conference Hall B1
When will a pharmacist be able to use each patient’s individual information — such as age, race, gender or constitution — to produce their optimal medication dose, rather than relying on a standard set of doses? ...
A - New trends in science, practice and education
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A7 The future of the pharmacy – Education and research

Conference Hall A - Section B & C
Evidence-based research is the only possible approach in conducting pharmacy practice research, explaining how to improve research capacity in the future. In many pharmacy schools and universities, however, this is not ...
A - New trends in science, practice and education
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B7 Evolving from medicines seller to medicines expert (in Middle East and LMIC countries)

Conference Hall A - Section D
For hundreds of years, the Arabic world has had a profound influence on the science and art of pharmacy. Pharmacy’s independence from medicine can be traced to the opening of the private apothecary in Baghdad circa AD ...
B - New roles, opportunities and responsibilities
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B8 Planning for disruption: Educating future pharmacists to navigate the winds of change

Conference Hall A - Section A
This session will focus on potential disruptions in healthcare delivery by pharmacists and shall explore educational solutions, such as development of affective skills by pharmacists to assist patients in ...
B - New roles, opportunities and responsibilities
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D13 Innovations in military and emergency pharmacologistics

Conference Hall B2
This session will focus on innovations and best practices in military and emergency pharmacologistics to ensure consistently the availability of effective and quality essential medicines. In the current global situation ...
D - Targeting special interests
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Young Pharmacists Group Business Meeting 2

Capital suite 3
SEC - Section meeting
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