Thursday 26 September 2019

D19 What’s new in industry and science? Part 2

Conference Hall A - Section D
Short oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts
D - Targeting special interests
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A8 Integrating science and professional practice in pharmacy degrees

Conference Hall A - Section B & C
Pharmacy degree programmes the world over aim to produce graduates who are well prepared to meet the dynamic needs of their profession and community. Moreover, pharmacy education aims to equip graduates with the skills ...
A - New trends in science, practice and education
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C7 Green pharmacy practice: Educating our workforce to transition towards a greener profession

Conference Hall B1
Health services and institutions, including community pharmacies, hospitals, and the pharmaceutical industry, produce masses of metabolic waste discharge in the dispensing, supply and disposal of medicines. ...
C - Health now! Responding to the challenges of today
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C8 The Ethics Forum – What does it mean to exercise “conscientious objection”?

Conference Hall A - Section A
Today in health care, patients’ entitlement to respect for their dignity and self-determination is paramount. In some countries, the limits or boundaries to self-determination have been extended to include the right ...
C - Health now! Responding to the challenges of today
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D4 Part 1 8th Global Pharmacy Technicians Symposium: Developing a model competency development framework

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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B9 The power of working together: Successful stories of interprofessional education and collaborative practice

Conference Hall A - Section B & C
Optimising the practice of pharmacy has continued growing reliance on the ability to be integrated into the health system and be working effectively as part of a team. Building collaborative working relationships is key ...
B - New roles, opportunities and responsibilities
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D14 Ethical competence in pharmacy

Conference Hall A - Section A
Ethical competency is a foundational element of preparing generations of pharmacists to practise in society. However, many faculties and institutions do not dedicate sufficient resources and time to training in ethical ...
D - Targeting special interests
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D23 SIGN 4: Sharing Ideas in a Global Network – Innovating in clinical services and patient safety

Conference Hall A - Section D
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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AP4 Pharmabridge

Capital Suite 5
Pharmabridge aims to strengthen pharmaceutical services in developing and transitional countries through coordinated support from the pharmacy establishment and individual pharmacists in developed countries. This is ...
AP - Additional Programme
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Industrial Pharmacy Section Assembly

Capital Suite 8
SEC - Section meeting
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B10 Advancing pharmacist roles through evidence and education

Conference Hall A - Section B & C
Available evidence suggests that pharmacists can have positive impacts on patient care when placed in novel roles with expanded responsibilities. The aim of this session is to explore some of these new roles, the ...
B - New roles, opportunities and responsibilities
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C9 Patient empowerment – Myth or reality?

Conference Hall A - Section D
Patient empowerment is growing and continues to shape how health care is being delivered. Three important factors are driving the behaviours of the more informed healthcare consumer: the rise of digital health, a shift ...
C - Health now! Responding to the challenges of today
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C10 Pharmacy quality indicators to improve patient care

Conference Hall A - Section A
Quality indicators allow pharmacies and organisations to measure the services they provide. Traditionally, pharmacies have measured their services through workload measurements or management counts of an activity that ...
C - Health now! Responding to the challenges of today
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D4 Part 2 8th Global Pharmacy Technicians Symposium: Exploring the need for regulatory models for the pharmacy support workforce

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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