Programme per day

Tuesday 14 September 2021

C6 Tips and tricks in transitions of care for tiny tots: Nuances of paediatric care

Paris 2
C - From children’s health to healthy ageing
Emphasis is often placed on healthcare challenges faced by providers and pharmacists that care for the adult and elderly patient populations. However, children are cared for in many of the same patient care settings: ...
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D3 Dynamics shaping the future self-care market

Auditorium 2
D - Targeting special interests
Self-care can empower consumers by giving them the knowledge and tools to improve the quality of their daily life. Consumers can often treat minor symptoms such as a mild headache or a cold themselves, using products ...
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D10 What’s new in industry and science? Part 1

Auditorium 3
D - Targeting special interests
Short oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts
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G2 11th AIM Global Academic Leaders Forum (GALF) Day 2

H1 FIP Hackathon Day 1

Lisboa
WILL YOU ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE TO TAKE ON INNOVATION IN HEALTH CARE? What is a hackathon? Traditionally, a hackathon is a competitive event where participants are divided into groups, where a team of designers, ...
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A4 Harm reduction: Getting from policy to outcomes

Paris 2
A - Enabling change
In 2018, the FIP Council adopted a Statement of Policy entitled “The role of pharmacists in reducing harm associated with drugs of abuse” in Glasgow ...
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C3 Supporting “smart” seniors

Auditorium 2
C - From children’s health to healthy ageing
This session focuses on the use of healthcare applications for the elderly generation and how pharmacists can be promoters for the safe and effective use of healthcare apps in an ageing population. Mobile devices, ...
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D2 Pharmacoeconomics teaching and research in pharmacy schools: Too little, too late?

Auditorium 1
D - Targeting special interests
As pharmacy educators and practitioners around the world embrace the fast-moving healthcare provision landscape and the introduction of advanced technologies, they need to develop the skills required not only to ...
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A5 FIP’s Workforce Transformation Programme: Advancing the pharmacy workforce one country at a time

Madrid 2
A - Enabling change
The FIP Workforce Transformation Programme (WTP) is a global programme being introduced by FIP to support Member Organisations (MOs) & nations to lead the transformation of their national workforces. The aim of the ...
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C4 Collaborate to innovate – Building a healthier future for patients

Auditorium 2
C - From children’s health to healthy ageing
Innovation is in pharmacist’s DNA. Innovation is a vehicle by which we improve patients’ quality of life, evolve the way we manage healthcare and benefit wider society. When a new innovative medicine is developed, ...
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C5 Managing pain – A delicate balancing act

Auditorium 3
C - From children’s health to healthy ageing
Assisting in Managing Patient Pain is a vital part of the pharmacist’s role in both hospital and community settings. In many developed countries, there is a current epidemic in overuse and misuse of opioid analgesics ...
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D11 What’s new in industry and science? Part 2

Paris 2
D - Targeting special interests
Short oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts
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