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.

If you knew then what you know now: Sharing and assessing one year of remote and online learning

A webinar organised by:
8 June 2021


In this interactive session, faculty members and students, will share their past year’s experience with remote and online pharmacy education. Through pre- and in-session polling, we’ll share and discuss what we wish we knew one year ago, what we know now, and what we’d still like to know. Topics will be audience-driven, in the themes of educational methods, faculty support, student views, regional differences and others. The session's learnings will allow us to build future offerings, meeting members' needs.
Learning objectives:
At the end of this session, all participants (faculty members and students from all regions) will be able to:
- Participate in the sharing, assessment and discussion of global perspectives on remote and online learning, through pre- and in-session polling;
- Share and discuss their past year’s remote and online education and assessment experience, noting tips, challenges and rewards, and remaining questions;
- Provide innovative ideas to improve remote and online pharmacy education based on experience of the past year and goals for the future.

Moderators:
-Shaun Gleason, University of Colorado, USA
-Carl Schneider, University of Sydney, Australia
Panellists:
-Vivienne Mak, Monash University, Australia
-Sarah Scoular, University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy, USA
-Rebekah Moles, University of Sydney - Australia
-Claire Anderson, Division of Pharmacy Practice, UK
-Younes Karodeh, Howard University, USA
-Jamila Jorden, Howard University, USA
-Daniel Moraga, University of Valparaiso, Chile
-Emmanuella Nzeribe, Tamale Teaching Hospital, Ghana
-Priscilla Owusu-Mensah, Student, Kwame Nkrumah University, Ghana
-Ikwaibom Umoiyoho, Hospital Pharmacist, Nigeria
-LaMarcus Wingate, Howard University - USA
- Patricia Acuna, Faculty of Pharmacy. U. Valparaiso - Chile

If you knew then what you know now: Sharing and assessing one year of remote and online learning

A webinar organised by:
8 June 2021


In this interactive session, faculty members and students, will share their past year’s experience with remote and online pharmacy education. Through pre- and in-session polling, we’ll share and discuss what we wish we knew one year ago, what we know now, and what we’d still like to know. Topics will be audience-driven, in the themes of educational methods, faculty support, student views, regional differences and others. The session's learnings will allow us to build future offerings, meeting members' needs.
Learning objectives:
At the end of this session, all participants (faculty members and students from all regions) will be able to:
- Participate in the sharing, assessment and discussion of global perspectives on remote and online learning, through pre- and in-session polling;
- Share and discuss their past year’s remote and online education and assessment experience, noting tips, challenges and rewards, and remaining questions;
- Provide innovative ideas to improve remote and online pharmacy education based on experience of the past year and goals for the future.

Moderators:
-Shaun Gleason, University of Colorado, USA
-Carl Schneider, University of Sydney, Australia
Panellists:
-Vivienne Mak, Monash University, Australia
-Sarah Scoular, University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy, USA
-Rebekah Moles, University of Sydney - Australia
-Claire Anderson, Division of Pharmacy Practice, UK
-Younes Karodeh, Howard University, USA
-Jamila Jorden, Howard University, USA
-Daniel Moraga, University of Valparaiso, Chile
-Emmanuella Nzeribe, Tamale Teaching Hospital, Ghana
-Priscilla Owusu-Mensah, Student, Kwame Nkrumah University, Ghana
-Ikwaibom Umoiyoho, Hospital Pharmacist, Nigeria
-LaMarcus Wingate, Howard University - USA
- Patricia Acuna, Faculty of Pharmacy. U. Valparaiso - Chile

If you knew then what you know now: Sharing and assessing one year of remote and online learning

A webinar organised by:
8 June 2021


In this interactive session, faculty members and students, will share their past year’s experience with remote and online pharmacy education. Through pre- and in-session polling, we’ll share and discuss what we wish we knew one year ago, what we know now, and what we’d still like to know. Topics will be audience-driven, in the themes of educational methods, faculty support, student views, regional differences and others. The session's learnings will allow us to build future offerings, meeting members' needs.
Learning objectives:
At the end of this session, all participants (faculty members and students from all regions) will be able to:
- Participate in the sharing, assessment and discussion of global perspectives on remote and online learning, through pre- and in-session polling;
- Share and discuss their past year’s remote and online education and assessment experience, noting tips, challenges and rewards, and remaining questions;
- Provide innovative ideas to improve remote and online pharmacy education based on experience of the past year and goals for the future.

Moderators:
-Shaun Gleason, University of Colorado, USA
-Carl Schneider, University of Sydney, Australia
Panellists:
-Vivienne Mak, Monash University, Australia
-Sarah Scoular, University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy, USA
-Rebekah Moles, University of Sydney - Australia
-Claire Anderson, Division of Pharmacy Practice, UK
-Younes Karodeh, Howard University, USA
-Jamila Jorden, Howard University, USA
-Daniel Moraga, University of Valparaiso, Chile
-Emmanuella Nzeribe, Tamale Teaching Hospital, Ghana
-Priscilla Owusu-Mensah, Student, Kwame Nkrumah University, Ghana
-Ikwaibom Umoiyoho, Hospital Pharmacist, Nigeria
-LaMarcus Wingate, Howard University - USA
- Patricia Acuna, Faculty of Pharmacy. U. Valparaiso - Chile