FIP COVID-19 Online Programme

“Collaborating through the pandemic” working and learning together

In 2021, in our continued response to the COVID-19 global health crisis, FIP has launched a global digital events programme titled: “Collaborating through the pandemic- working & learning together”.
The programme will showcase a number of virtual events – e.g. webinars- under various and relevant topics to the pandemic and the pharmacy profession.
A special weekly programme will be delivered throughout the year, starting April 2021.  
This programme is open-access to all (upon registration) and targets all members of the pharmaceutical workforce from around the world.

Self-care: managing mild COVID-19 symptoms, dispelling the myths

A webinar organised by: COVID-19
24 November 2020

Aim
To describe an evidence-based approach to self-care of mild COVID-19 symptoms

Learning Objectives:
• Describe approaches for preventing the spread of COVID-19
• List symptoms of COVID-19 – similarities and differences to influenza;
• Identify myths associated with self-care of COVID-19.
• Describe how mild symptoms such as fever and pain should be managed;
• Discuss when to refer more serious cases (escalating care in COVID-19).

Target audience – all those involved in the primary health care response to the coronavirus pandemic

Programme:
1. Welcome – Moderator Gonçalo Sousa Pinto, FIP Lead for Practice Development and Transformation

2. COVID-19: preventing its spread and understanding its symptoms – Jaime Acosta-Gómez, Community Pharmacist and Pharmacy Owner, Spain

3. Dispelling myths about self-care treatments of COVID-19 – Christopher John, FIP Lead for Data and Intelligence

4. How to manage mild symptoms – self-care case study. Lars-Åke Söderlund, President FIP Community Pharmacy Section

5. Panel Discussion – questions and answers – All speakers

Self-care: managing mild COVID-19 symptoms, dispelling the myths

A webinar organised by: COVID-19
24 November 2020

Aim
To describe an evidence-based approach to self-care of mild COVID-19 symptoms

Learning Objectives:
• Describe approaches for preventing the spread of COVID-19
• List symptoms of COVID-19 – similarities and differences to influenza;
• Identify myths associated with self-care of COVID-19.
• Describe how mild symptoms such as fever and pain should be managed;
• Discuss when to refer more serious cases (escalating care in COVID-19).

Target audience – all those involved in the primary health care response to the coronavirus pandemic

Programme:
1. Welcome – Moderator Gonçalo Sousa Pinto, FIP Lead for Practice Development and Transformation

2. COVID-19: preventing its spread and understanding its symptoms – Jaime Acosta-Gómez, Community Pharmacist and Pharmacy Owner, Spain

3. Dispelling myths about self-care treatments of COVID-19 – Christopher John, FIP Lead for Data and Intelligence

4. How to manage mild symptoms – self-care case study. Lars-Åke Söderlund, President FIP Community Pharmacy Section

5. Panel Discussion – questions and answers – All speakers

Self-care: managing mild COVID-19 symptoms, dispelling the myths

A webinar organised by: COVID-19
24 November 2020

Aim
To describe an evidence-based approach to self-care of mild COVID-19 symptoms

Learning Objectives:
• Describe approaches for preventing the spread of COVID-19
• List symptoms of COVID-19 – similarities and differences to influenza;
• Identify myths associated with self-care of COVID-19.
• Describe how mild symptoms such as fever and pain should be managed;
• Discuss when to refer more serious cases (escalating care in COVID-19).

Target audience – all those involved in the primary health care response to the coronavirus pandemic

Programme:
1. Welcome – Moderator Gonçalo Sousa Pinto, FIP Lead for Practice Development and Transformation

2. COVID-19: preventing its spread and understanding its symptoms – Jaime Acosta-Gómez, Community Pharmacist and Pharmacy Owner, Spain

3. Dispelling myths about self-care treatments of COVID-19 – Christopher John, FIP Lead for Data and Intelligence

4. How to manage mild symptoms – self-care case study. Lars-Åke Söderlund, President FIP Community Pharmacy Section

5. Panel Discussion – questions and answers – All speakers