Pharmacy Practice Research Virtual Summer Meeting for PhD students, Postdoctoral fellows and supervisors
The FIP Pharmacy Practice Research SIG (PPR SIG) was created with the main scope of increasing pharmacy practice contributions to global health through the provision of greater access to the latest high-quality international pharmacy practice research. The PPR SIG also aims to cultivate an international forum for the dissemination of quality, international pharmacy practice research for all stakeholders and stimulate communication, discussion, networking, and collaboration between international pharmacy practice stakeholders.
Based on this objective, this PPR virtual summer meeting aimed to increase the quality and quantity of pharmacy practice research by exchanging and disseminating information at an international level. The event involved a number of activities including research oral presentations, workshops and a networking event.
Watch the recording of this meeting and the workshops here:
“Pharmacy Practice Research Virtual Summer Meeting for PhD students, Postdoctoral fellows and supervisors“
“Workshop on systematic reviews and meta-analyses”
This workshop aims at presenting the state-of-art of systematic reviews and meta-analyses in the biomedical field. An overview of the main changes of the new PRISMA statement (2020) compared to the previous version (2009) is provided. Our role as researchers and healthcare professionals in enhancing science reliability is also discussed.
“Medication adherence workshop”
This workshop aims at providing an overview on current trends in medication adherence research. Methos for assessing medication adherence are described. The evidence on interventions for managing medication adherence is reviewed. Finally, innovative approaches in this field of research are discussed.
“Workshop on health economics”
This workshop aims at providing an overview on health economics. Methods and principles for assessing health economics are described. Examples of research projects are presented and discussed.
All abstracts from this meeting can be found here.