Individual FIP Digital Events

FIP offers a number of individual digital events on various topic within pharmacy practice, science and education.

How regulations impact pharmacy technician practice

A webinar organised by:
14 July 2021

This Pharmacy Technician Symposium is the 3rd in a series and focuses on Pharmacy Technician regulations in the context of practice, education, continuing professional development and organizations. Four Pharmacy Technicians will share their experience

Learning objectives:
1. Review recent trends in regulations that enable better patient access to care
2. Provide a quick review of literature on the topic of Pharmacy technician regulation, related to practice, education, continuing professional development and organizations
3. Understand how regulations have impacted a diverse set of global markets
4. Share global case studies of how pharmacy technician regulation positively impacts patient care in practice
5. Identify best practices in regulatory advancement that support the pharmacy technician profession preparing for the decade ahead

Moderator:
- Vijay Sarma, VP–Expert Audience Marketing, McCann Health - Canada
Co-Moderator:
- Abigail Tan Ming Li (KKH), Pharmacy Technician, KK Women's and Children's Emergency Pharmacy - Singapore

Panellists:
- Jennifer Falkenrath, Bureau Manager, Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing in the State of Utah - United States of America
- Cristiano Matos, Pharmacy Technician, Farmácia Coimbra - Portugal
- Sakhumhlanga Goci, Pharmacy Technician, Eastern Cape Department of health, Cecilia Makiwane hospital mdantsane - South Africa
- Peter Karegwa Mwangi, National Chairman, Kenya National Union of Pharmaceutical Technologists - Kenya

How regulations impact pharmacy technician practice

A webinar organised by:
14 July 2021

This Pharmacy Technician Symposium is the 3rd in a series and focuses on Pharmacy Technician regulations in the context of practice, education, continuing professional development and organizations. Four Pharmacy Technicians will share their experience

Learning objectives:
1. Review recent trends in regulations that enable better patient access to care
2. Provide a quick review of literature on the topic of Pharmacy technician regulation, related to practice, education, continuing professional development and organizations
3. Understand how regulations have impacted a diverse set of global markets
4. Share global case studies of how pharmacy technician regulation positively impacts patient care in practice
5. Identify best practices in regulatory advancement that support the pharmacy technician profession preparing for the decade ahead

Moderator:
- Vijay Sarma, VP–Expert Audience Marketing, McCann Health - Canada
Co-Moderator:
- Abigail Tan Ming Li (KKH), Pharmacy Technician, KK Women's and Children's Emergency Pharmacy - Singapore

Panellists:
- Jennifer Falkenrath, Bureau Manager, Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing in the State of Utah - United States of America
- Cristiano Matos, Pharmacy Technician, Farmácia Coimbra - Portugal
- Sakhumhlanga Goci, Pharmacy Technician, Eastern Cape Department of health, Cecilia Makiwane hospital mdantsane - South Africa
- Peter Karegwa Mwangi, National Chairman, Kenya National Union of Pharmaceutical Technologists - Kenya

How regulations impact pharmacy technician practice

A webinar organised by:
14 July 2021

This Pharmacy Technician Symposium is the 3rd in a series and focuses on Pharmacy Technician regulations in the context of practice, education, continuing professional development and organizations. Four Pharmacy Technicians will share their experience

Learning objectives:
1. Review recent trends in regulations that enable better patient access to care
2. Provide a quick review of literature on the topic of Pharmacy technician regulation, related to practice, education, continuing professional development and organizations
3. Understand how regulations have impacted a diverse set of global markets
4. Share global case studies of how pharmacy technician regulation positively impacts patient care in practice
5. Identify best practices in regulatory advancement that support the pharmacy technician profession preparing for the decade ahead

Moderator:
- Vijay Sarma, VP–Expert Audience Marketing, McCann Health - Canada
Co-Moderator:
- Abigail Tan Ming Li (KKH), Pharmacy Technician, KK Women's and Children's Emergency Pharmacy - Singapore

Panellists:
- Jennifer Falkenrath, Bureau Manager, Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing in the State of Utah - United States of America
- Cristiano Matos, Pharmacy Technician, Farmácia Coimbra - Portugal
- Sakhumhlanga Goci, Pharmacy Technician, Eastern Cape Department of health, Cecilia Makiwane hospital mdantsane - South Africa
- Peter Karegwa Mwangi, National Chairman, Kenya National Union of Pharmaceutical Technologists - Kenya