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.

Innovative cultural sensitivity training for pharmacy students

A webinar organised by:
20 April 2021

This session targets stakeholders involved in professional and continuing pharmacy education. Its purpose is to equip educators with strategies and techniques used in cultural sensitivity training for pharmacy students, an essential component of modern pharmacy education and optimal patient care. Specifically, experts will share strategies and lessons learned from creating and tailoring educational activities within the pharmacy curriculum that address cultural sensitivity.

Learning Objectives
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
• Identify key steps in creating activities aimed to improve cultural sensitivity among pharmacy students
• Describe strategies educators can use to engage students in learning about and addressing the needs of patients from different culture
• Consider strategies for integrating cultural sensitivity training in pharmacy curricula

Moderator:
- Dalia Bajis, FIP Lead for Provision and Partnerships, Bahrain

Panellists:
- Mohamed Amin, Associate Professor, Beirut Arab University - Lebanon
- Cherie Lucas, Senior Lecturer and Clinical Education Manager (Experiential Placements), University of Technology - Australia
- Gizem Gülpınar, Research Assistant, Ankara University - Turkey

Innovative cultural sensitivity training for pharmacy students

A webinar organised by:
20 April 2021

This session targets stakeholders involved in professional and continuing pharmacy education. Its purpose is to equip educators with strategies and techniques used in cultural sensitivity training for pharmacy students, an essential component of modern pharmacy education and optimal patient care. Specifically, experts will share strategies and lessons learned from creating and tailoring educational activities within the pharmacy curriculum that address cultural sensitivity.

Learning Objectives
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
• Identify key steps in creating activities aimed to improve cultural sensitivity among pharmacy students
• Describe strategies educators can use to engage students in learning about and addressing the needs of patients from different culture
• Consider strategies for integrating cultural sensitivity training in pharmacy curricula

Moderator:
- Dalia Bajis, FIP Lead for Provision and Partnerships, Bahrain

Panellists:
- Mohamed Amin, Associate Professor, Beirut Arab University - Lebanon
- Cherie Lucas, Senior Lecturer and Clinical Education Manager (Experiential Placements), University of Technology - Australia
- Gizem Gülpınar, Research Assistant, Ankara University - Turkey

Innovative cultural sensitivity training for pharmacy students

A webinar organised by:
20 April 2021

This session targets stakeholders involved in professional and continuing pharmacy education. Its purpose is to equip educators with strategies and techniques used in cultural sensitivity training for pharmacy students, an essential component of modern pharmacy education and optimal patient care. Specifically, experts will share strategies and lessons learned from creating and tailoring educational activities within the pharmacy curriculum that address cultural sensitivity.

Learning Objectives
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
• Identify key steps in creating activities aimed to improve cultural sensitivity among pharmacy students
• Describe strategies educators can use to engage students in learning about and addressing the needs of patients from different culture
• Consider strategies for integrating cultural sensitivity training in pharmacy curricula

Moderator:
- Dalia Bajis, FIP Lead for Provision and Partnerships, Bahrain

Panellists:
- Mohamed Amin, Associate Professor, Beirut Arab University - Lebanon
- Cherie Lucas, Senior Lecturer and Clinical Education Manager (Experiential Placements), University of Technology - Australia
- Gizem Gülpınar, Research Assistant, Ankara University - Turkey