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.

Hearing from our heroes: Students and young pharmacists on the frontline Part 2

A webinar organised by:
18 May 2021

To see Part 1, click here

The world’s pharmacy team, including students and young pharmacists, is fighting COVID-19. Some students have been working on the frontline during COVID as volunteers. In this webcast, we will talk to pharmacists and students from different regions, learn about their experiences and share their stories.

Learning objectives:
1- Learn about pharmacy students’ and young pharmacists' experiences working in different countries during COVID-19 pandemic.
2- Discuss some of the challenges and possible solutions faced by pharmacy students and young pharmacists working during COVID-19.

Moderator:
Naoko Arakawa, Assistant Professor in International Pharmacy, University of Nottingham -UK
Co-moderator:
Dimitrios-Ilias Balourdas, PhD Candidate, Goethe University Frankfurt, Structural Genomics Consortium - Germany

Panellists:
- Sarah Emerson, Principal Advisor, Immunisation, Ministry of Health - New Zealand
- Gelan Mahmoud Zakhera, Registered Pharmacist at a Hospital Pharmacy International Pharmaceutical Student’s Federation - Egypt

Guests:
- Kats, Hospital pharmacist in training Haaglanden Medisch Centrum - The Netherlands

- Comfort Tanaka Gutu, Public Health Pharmacist (District Pharmacist), Ministry of Health and Childcare - Zimbabwe

Hearing from our heroes: Students and young pharmacists on the frontline Part 2

A webinar organised by:
18 May 2021

To see Part 1, click here

The world’s pharmacy team, including students and young pharmacists, is fighting COVID-19. Some students have been working on the frontline during COVID as volunteers. In this webcast, we will talk to pharmacists and students from different regions, learn about their experiences and share their stories.

Learning objectives:
1- Learn about pharmacy students’ and young pharmacists' experiences working in different countries during COVID-19 pandemic.
2- Discuss some of the challenges and possible solutions faced by pharmacy students and young pharmacists working during COVID-19.

Moderator:
Naoko Arakawa, Assistant Professor in International Pharmacy, University of Nottingham -UK
Co-moderator:
Dimitrios-Ilias Balourdas, PhD Candidate, Goethe University Frankfurt, Structural Genomics Consortium - Germany

Panellists:
- Sarah Emerson, Principal Advisor, Immunisation, Ministry of Health - New Zealand
- Gelan Mahmoud Zakhera, Registered Pharmacist at a Hospital Pharmacy International Pharmaceutical Student’s Federation - Egypt

Guests:
- Kats, Hospital pharmacist in training Haaglanden Medisch Centrum - The Netherlands

- Comfort Tanaka Gutu, Public Health Pharmacist (District Pharmacist), Ministry of Health and Childcare - Zimbabwe

Hearing from our heroes: Students and young pharmacists on the frontline Part 2

A webinar organised by:
18 May 2021

To see Part 1, click here

The world’s pharmacy team, including students and young pharmacists, is fighting COVID-19. Some students have been working on the frontline during COVID as volunteers. In this webcast, we will talk to pharmacists and students from different regions, learn about their experiences and share their stories.

Learning objectives:
1- Learn about pharmacy students’ and young pharmacists' experiences working in different countries during COVID-19 pandemic.
2- Discuss some of the challenges and possible solutions faced by pharmacy students and young pharmacists working during COVID-19.

Moderator:
Naoko Arakawa, Assistant Professor in International Pharmacy, University of Nottingham -UK
Co-moderator:
Dimitrios-Ilias Balourdas, PhD Candidate, Goethe University Frankfurt, Structural Genomics Consortium - Germany

Panellists:
- Sarah Emerson, Principal Advisor, Immunisation, Ministry of Health - New Zealand
- Gelan Mahmoud Zakhera, Registered Pharmacist at a Hospital Pharmacy International Pharmaceutical Student’s Federation - Egypt

Guests:
- Kats, Hospital pharmacist in training Haaglanden Medisch Centrum - The Netherlands

- Comfort Tanaka Gutu, Public Health Pharmacist (District Pharmacist), Ministry of Health and Childcare - Zimbabwe