FIP Young Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical scientists

“Professional development for early career pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists” programme

Young pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists play a key role in the pharmacy space. This group of enthusiastic young professionals are eager to learn and sometimes may be faced with challenges of choosing the right career path that suits their needs or having access to the right professionals to guide them as they progress in their careers. This year, one of our core priorities is capacity building and these digital events aim to the young professionals just the right tools and information to ensure career satisfaction and progression.

Role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in Global Health

A webinar organised by:
9 August 2021

The “Role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in Global Health” report describes the activities related to global health undertaken by individuals and groups of pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists from different countries. The launch event will showcase key findings from the “Global survey on the role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in global health”, discuss the role that youth can play in global health citing examples from different national YPGs, and discuss opportunities to advocate on the role of ECPO in global health across regions.

Learning objectives:
1. learn about the key findings from the Global survey on the role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in global health
2. hear from national YPG representatives from different regions about the global health-related activities they are doing in their region.
3. be able to identify areas of development in global health and opportunities to advocate for early career pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists in their regions.

Moderator:
- Raquel Oliveira - Portugal

Panellists:
- Sherly Meilianti - Indonesia
- Lucas Ercolin - Brazil
- Deanna Mill - Australia
- Onyeka Obidiegwu - Nigeria
- Funmbi Okoya - Nigeria/US
- Renly Lim - Australia
- Anggun P Wardhani - Indonesia
- Cedric Chua Chairman - Malaysia
- Teoh Cherh Yun - Malaysia

Role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in Global Health

A webinar organised by:
9 August 2021

The “Role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in Global Health” report describes the activities related to global health undertaken by individuals and groups of pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists from different countries. The launch event will showcase key findings from the “Global survey on the role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in global health”, discuss the role that youth can play in global health citing examples from different national YPGs, and discuss opportunities to advocate on the role of ECPO in global health across regions.

Learning objectives:
1. learn about the key findings from the Global survey on the role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in global health
2. hear from national YPG representatives from different regions about the global health-related activities they are doing in their region.
3. be able to identify areas of development in global health and opportunities to advocate for early career pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists in their regions.

Moderator:
- Raquel Oliveira - Portugal

Panellists:
- Sherly Meilianti - Indonesia
- Lucas Ercolin - Brazil
- Deanna Mill - Australia
- Onyeka Obidiegwu - Nigeria
- Funmbi Okoya - Nigeria/US
- Renly Lim - Australia
- Anggun P Wardhani - Indonesia
- Cedric Chua Chairman - Malaysia
- Teoh Cherh Yun - Malaysia

Role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in Global Health

A webinar organised by:
9 August 2021

The “Role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in Global Health” report describes the activities related to global health undertaken by individuals and groups of pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists from different countries. The launch event will showcase key findings from the “Global survey on the role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in global health”, discuss the role that youth can play in global health citing examples from different national YPGs, and discuss opportunities to advocate on the role of ECPO in global health across regions.

Learning objectives:
1. learn about the key findings from the Global survey on the role of Early Career Pharmaceutical Organisation (ECPO) in global health
2. hear from national YPG representatives from different regions about the global health-related activities they are doing in their region.
3. be able to identify areas of development in global health and opportunities to advocate for early career pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists in their regions.

Moderator:
- Raquel Oliveira - Portugal

Panellists:
- Sherly Meilianti - Indonesia
- Lucas Ercolin - Brazil
- Deanna Mill - Australia
- Onyeka Obidiegwu - Nigeria
- Funmbi Okoya - Nigeria/US
- Renly Lim - Australia
- Anggun P Wardhani - Indonesia
- Cedric Chua Chairman - Malaysia
- Teoh Cherh Yun - Malaysia