FIP Development Goals Digital Programme 2021

“Setting goals for the decade ahead” programme

This year marks the first year of the decade of action and, as a commitment to supporting our members worldwide in prioritising and implementing the FIP Development Goals, we are launching the FIP Development Goals Digital Programme “Setting goals for the decade ahead” — a comprehensive series of 21 online events in 2021 providing insight into the 21 global goals.

The 21 digital events aim to provide description, direction and context for each FIP DG. They will describe how each region can identify and prioritise each goal, and how the goals can support development and transformation as part of global and regional plans for the decade ahead.

FIP “Setting goals for the decade ahead” | Episode 10 | FIP DG 4: Advanced and specialist development

A webinar organised by:
4 August 2021

The FIP Development Goals Digital Programme “Setting goals for the decade ahead” is a comprehensive online event series providing coverage of the 21 goals over 21 events in 2021.

The focus of the 10th episode in our webinar series on the FIP Development Goals is FIP DG4 (Advanced & specialist development) and the need to have a flexible, capable and competent pharmacy workforce to meet the needs of complex pharmaceutical care. Join us on 4 August at 11:00 CEST

Learning objectives:
1. Describe and explain the components of FIP DG 10 (and its three elements: workforce & education, science and practice).
2. Showcase the FIP tools, evidence, and resources to support DG 4 implementation across the three elements.
3. Identify priorities across practice, science, and workforce & education within DG 4
4. Engage our members in an activity to support monitoring and evaluation of the Goal through data evidence

Moderators:
-Desak Ernawati, FIP Global Lead for DG4 Advanced and specialist development, Academic & researcher Universitas Udayana-Indonesia
-Arit Udoh, FIP Global Lead for DG4 Advanced and specialist development, Senior Clinical Trial CRD/Project Manager University of Birmingham, UK

Panellists:
- Kirstie Galbraith, Assoc. Director, Workforce Development Hub; Director, Experiential Development and Graduate Education, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University- Australia
- Sylvain Grenier, MEPS President, Director, Plasma Proteins and Related Products Formulary, Canadian Blood Services - Canada
- Marilyn Morris, FIP Board of Pharmaceutical Sciences ExCo and Expert Member, SUNY Distinguished Professor, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

FIP “Setting goals for the decade ahead” | Episode 10 | FIP DG 4: Advanced and specialist development

A webinar organised by:
4 August 2021

The FIP Development Goals Digital Programme “Setting goals for the decade ahead” is a comprehensive online event series providing coverage of the 21 goals over 21 events in 2021.

The focus of the 10th episode in our webinar series on the FIP Development Goals is FIP DG4 (Advanced & specialist development) and the need to have a flexible, capable and competent pharmacy workforce to meet the needs of complex pharmaceutical care. Join us on 4 August at 11:00 CEST

Learning objectives:
1. Describe and explain the components of FIP DG 10 (and its three elements: workforce & education, science and practice).
2. Showcase the FIP tools, evidence, and resources to support DG 4 implementation across the three elements.
3. Identify priorities across practice, science, and workforce & education within DG 4
4. Engage our members in an activity to support monitoring and evaluation of the Goal through data evidence

Moderators:
-Desak Ernawati, FIP Global Lead for DG4 Advanced and specialist development, Academic & researcher Universitas Udayana-Indonesia
-Arit Udoh, FIP Global Lead for DG4 Advanced and specialist development, Senior Clinical Trial CRD/Project Manager University of Birmingham, UK

Panellists:
- Kirstie Galbraith, Assoc. Director, Workforce Development Hub; Director, Experiential Development and Graduate Education, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University- Australia
- Sylvain Grenier, MEPS President, Director, Plasma Proteins and Related Products Formulary, Canadian Blood Services - Canada
- Marilyn Morris, FIP Board of Pharmaceutical Sciences ExCo and Expert Member, SUNY Distinguished Professor, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

FIP “Setting goals for the decade ahead” | Episode 10 | FIP DG 4: Advanced and specialist development

A webinar organised by:
4 August 2021

The FIP Development Goals Digital Programme “Setting goals for the decade ahead” is a comprehensive online event series providing coverage of the 21 goals over 21 events in 2021.

The focus of the 10th episode in our webinar series on the FIP Development Goals is FIP DG4 (Advanced & specialist development) and the need to have a flexible, capable and competent pharmacy workforce to meet the needs of complex pharmaceutical care. Join us on 4 August at 11:00 CEST

Learning objectives:
1. Describe and explain the components of FIP DG 10 (and its three elements: workforce & education, science and practice).
2. Showcase the FIP tools, evidence, and resources to support DG 4 implementation across the three elements.
3. Identify priorities across practice, science, and workforce & education within DG 4
4. Engage our members in an activity to support monitoring and evaluation of the Goal through data evidence

Moderators:
-Desak Ernawati, FIP Global Lead for DG4 Advanced and specialist development, Academic & researcher Universitas Udayana-Indonesia
-Arit Udoh, FIP Global Lead for DG4 Advanced and specialist development, Senior Clinical Trial CRD/Project Manager University of Birmingham, UK

Panellists:
- Kirstie Galbraith, Assoc. Director, Workforce Development Hub; Director, Experiential Development and Graduate Education, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University- Australia
- Sylvain Grenier, MEPS President, Director, Plasma Proteins and Related Products Formulary, Canadian Blood Services - Canada
- Marilyn Morris, FIP Board of Pharmaceutical Sciences ExCo and Expert Member, SUNY Distinguished Professor, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA