Thursday 6 September 2018

A7 Success stories of combatting CVD & diabetes through innovation

Armadillo
Chronic diseases constitute the largest burden of disease in our health systems.  This implicates the need to look at measures to improve prevention and management of chronic disease in primary care. However, to meet ...
A - From bench to bedside: advancing pharmaceutical care
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B8 How to write great lay summaries and empower patients

Alsh
Lay summaries of regulatory documents are playing an increasing role in empowering and engaging patients. One of the first types of lay summary, public assessment reports, produced by the European Medicines Agency, is ...
B - Partners in health
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C10 Training competent clinical pharmacists – Residencies, observation, assessment & feedback

Boisdale
Pharmacists need to maintain and gain new competencies throughout their career. While many countries have mandated CPD programmes, most commonly these sessions provide pharmacists with knowledge, but rarely test the ...
C - Empowered for health
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D9 Sharing experience across borders: Training programmes

Carron
Across the world, there is considerable variability in educational and healthcare practices. Sharing information and experience about pharmacy education and clinical pharmacy services around the globe will provide ...
D - Targeting special interests
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Pharmabridge

Carron
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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SAPS Business meeting

Gala (Clyde)
SEC - Section meeting
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D25 What’s new in industry & science? Part 2

Lomond Auditorium
D - Targeting special interests
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D10 The renaissance of community pharmacy: Is it time to let go dispensing?

Armadillo
In almost all parts of the world pharmacists are looking forward to, and work for, the expansion of their professional role, for example, by optimising the use of medicines. Healthcare systems are also realising, more ...
D - Targeting special interests
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D11 Global impact and use of FIP Education resources for workforce development

Boisdale
This session will address the global impact and usage of FIP Ed ’s resources. The current status of FIP’s education projects will be presented, with examples of stakeholders who have used the resources. Participants ...
D - Targeting special interests
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D23 Hot Topic – Cannabis for medical treatment

Alsh
Cannabis is a psychoactive compound with a long history of therapeutic and recreational use.  Medicinal cannabis represents the reemergence of a plant with historical significance into present day healthcare. In ...
D - Targeting special interests
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IPS Assembly

Dochart 2
SEC - Section meeting
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B9 Global harmonisation of quality standards for medicines: Improving patient care and safety

Alsh
Although coordination among regulatory authorities has increased in recent years through initiatives such as shared inspections of pharmaceutical manufacturing and the International Council on Harmonisation, there are ...
B - Partners in health
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B10 Research: From marketing authorisation to patient use and beyond

Carron
After a medicine has obtained a marketing authorisation, a great body of research on optimising health outcomes is conducted. Such research includes real-world evidence studies by marketing authorisation holders ...
B - Partners in health
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C11 Using the power of EPAs: Teaching and transforming practice

Boisdale
To many outside the profession, our education and practice remains a mystery. “Why does it take so long to graduate if all you do is move pills from a big bottle to little bottles?” is a question too many of us have ...
C - Empowered for health
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