Programme per day

Wednesday 15 September 2021

D6 Finding the humanitarian face of pharmacy

Paris 1
D - Targeting special interests
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 events. In some cases, pharmacists ...
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A7 Women in science, technology and academia: Innovate for equality

Madrid 1
A - Enabling change
The achievement of the ambitious FIP Pharmaceutical Workforce Development Goals requires transformative shifts, integrated approaches and new solutions. Based on current trajectories, existing interventions will not ...
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B1 “Hammock healthcare”: The future of pharmacy?

Auditorium 2
B - Passion for pharmacy innovation
We are living in the midst of what is called the fourth revolution. This era is characterized by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres. With the help ...
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D4 From battlefield innovations to mainstream medicine

Auditorium 3
D - Targeting special interests
The military health systems of nations have two distinctive missions – support combat and humanitarian assistance missions and provide comprehensive health care to its service members.  This session will focus on ...
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D12 What’s new in practice? Part 1

Paris 1
D - Targeting special interests
Short oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts
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H2 FIP Hackathon Day 2

A6 Raising educational standards: The Nanjing Statements Tool

Paris 2
A - Enabling change
The FIP Nanjing Statements, developed in 2016, are an invaluable resource to pharmacy education advancement. Educational institutions around the world can utilize these standards to monitor and evaluate local pharmacy ...
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B2 Health technology assessments: A global overview

Auditorium 2
B - Passion for pharmacy innovation
This session will provide an introduction to health technology assessment (HTA) and its role in supporting decision making about access to health technologies including digital applications and companion diagnostics. An ...
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C7 Navigating m-health apps for self-care

Madrid 1
C - From children’s health to healthy ageing
Chronic noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), are collectively responsible for nearly 70% of deaths worldwide. The most common risk factors for these NCDs are preventable – tobacco use, physical inactivity, the harmful ...
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D5 New technologies to enable better care

Auditorium 3
D - Targeting special interests
This session will focus on enhanced technology to manage health information and to maintain agility across the supply chain in the military and emergency pharmacy. In the rapidly advancing technology realm and global ...
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D7 Advanced technologies to fight fake medicines

Paris 1
D - Targeting special interests
The term fake or ‘counterfeit’ has been widely used to describe falsified, unlicensed, falsely packaged, stolen and substandard medical products. Counterfeit medicines is an ever-growing threat to global health. ...
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D13 What’s new in practice? Part 2

Paris 2
D - Targeting special interests
Short oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts
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PT1 9th Global Pharmacy Technicians Symposium: Changing landscapes in the digital age – Transforming the pharmacy support workforce