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Enabling multiprofessional vaccine prescribing and administration for improved uptake rates: Western Pacific Region
In many countries, vaccination coverage rates are suboptimal, and vaccination services are largely focused on childhood. Goals to expand vaccination pathways include to have more and more easily accessible vaccination points, and more professionals who can deliver the service to more people and offer evidence-based advice on vaccines. This event will discuss the drivers and barriers to interprofessional understanding, cooperation and task sharing in the area of vaccination in each region, and the regulatory authority granted to different healthcare professionals to prescribe and/or administer vaccines.
- Identify drivers and barriers related to the regulatory landscape of vaccination in the region
- Learn about examples of best practices in terms of interprofessional cooperation and task-sharing involving pharmacists in the area of vaccination
- Explore the plans for switching from a pandemic to an endemic response in the region, including the role of pharmacist in vaccination, and in patient care and treatment
- Parisa Aslani, FIP Vice President, FIP, Australia
- Ron Guse, Chair FIP Regulators Forum, FIP, Canada
- Amrahi Buang, President, Malaysian Pharmacists Society, Malaysia
- John Jackson, President, Western Pacific Pharmaceutical Forum, Australia
- Michael Moore AM PhD, Chair of the WFPHA Global Taskforce on Immunization Adjunct Professor University of Canberra, Australia
- Tony Nelson, Chair of the Steering Committee, Immunisation Partnership Asia Pacific, Hong Kong
- Andi Shirtcliffe, Clinical Chief Advisor Pharmacy, Allied Health and National Immunisation Program. Office of the Chief Clinical Officers, Ministry of Health, New Zealand
- Stephanie Tay, Senior Manager, Chief Pharmacist’s Office, Ministry of Health, Singapore