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Achieve equitable, inclusive and quality pharmaceutical education for all: Launch of the FIP toolkit for addressing inequities in pharmaceutical education

9 September 2022

Inequity has been identified as one of the most serious issues in education worldwide, with multiple causes and consequences. Recent evidence and findings from FIP research indicate that inequities in pharmaceutical education need to be addressed, and this FIP toolkit for addressing inequities in pharmaceutical education intends to motivate, assess, and inform forward thinking changes targeted at transforming pharmaceutical education through addressing inequities globally, across all regions and locally.

At the end of this session, participants will:
1. Learn about the vital inequity themes that impact pharmaceutical education;
2. Understand the importance of having equitable pharmaceutical education;
3. Discuss with the toolkit authors and high-level speakers how to take action towards enabling equitable pharmaceutical education nationally, regionally and globally

- Ralph J. Altiere, FIPEd Chair FIP and University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, USA

-Catherine Duggan, FIP CEO, The Netherlands

- Nilhan Uzman, FIP Lead for education and primary health care policies, The Netherlands
- Alison Ubong Etukakpan, FIP Educational Partnership Specialist, Nigeria
- Karima Bennara, Chairperson of pharmacy education, International Pharmaceutical Students Federation, Algeria
- Khalid Garba Mohammed, Post doctoral Fellow, Pharmaceutical Engineering Group, School of Pharmacy, Queens University Belfast, UK
- Oliver Grundmann, Clinical Professor The College of Pharmacy, University of Florida, USA
- Neelaveni Padayachee, Senior lecturer and Researcher Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Pharmacy Practice Division, The University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
- Aysu Selcuk, FIP Education and Primary Health Care Policies Specialist, Turkey
- Dalal Hammoudi, Associate Dean for Assessment Lebanese International University, School of Pharmacy, Lebanon