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FIP “Setting goals for the decade ahead” | Episode 19 | FIP DG 17: Antimicrobial stewardship

A webinar organised by:
24 November 2021

The FIP Development Goals Digital Programme “Setting goals for the decade ahead” is a comprehensive online event series providing coverage of the 21 goals over 21 events in 2021. Starting in March, the 21 digital events aim to provide description, direction and context for each specific goal, with a global plan for the decade ahead and how each nation, within each region can identify and prioritise which goals are the priorities and how the goals can support developments and transformation for them.

The 19th episode of the Programme focuses on FIP Development Goal 17: Competency Development. The details of the Goal are available here: https://www.fip.org/fip-development-goal-17  

FIP Development Goal 17 calls for workforce and education strategies linked to the use of evidence-based developmental frameworks to support the translation of pharmaceutical practice, science and workforce & education  across all settings and according to local/national needs.

The goal calls to support professional career development by using tools, such as competency frameworks, describing competencies and behaviours across all settings.

The expected outcomes of the event are:

  • Describe the FIP Development Goals and explain the components of DG 17 (and its three elements: workforce & education, science and practice).
  • Showcase the FIP tools, evidence, and resources to support DG 17 implementation across the three elements.
  • Identify priorities across practice, science, and workforce & education within DG 17
  • Discuss the importance monitoring and evaluation through data evidence and engage participants with FIP indicators development project

Moderator:
-Wirat Tongrod,  FIP AMR committee, Vice President, The Pharmaceutical Association of Thailand under Royal Patronage, Thailand

Co-moderator:
-Ayodeji Matuluko, Remote Volunteer, FIP Commission on AMR, PhD Candidate, Glasgow Caledonian University, Nigeria


Panelists:
-Cátia Caneiras, Professor and Coordinator, Microbiology Laboratory of Environmental Health University of Lisbon, Portugal
-Chin-Yen Yeo, FIP AMR Commission - Member, Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist Blacktown & Mt Druitt Hospitals, Western Sydney Local Health District, Australia
-Mirfin Mpundu, Director, ReAct Africa International Centre for Antimicrobial Resistance, Zambia
-Dalal Hammoudi, FIP WiSE steering committee and FIP AMR commission member, Associate Dean for Assessment, Lebanese International University – School of Pharmacy, Lebanon