Shaping the future of self-care through pharmacy

“Shaping the future of self-care through pharmacy” programme

As healthcare providers, pharmacists have an important role to play in supporting self-care.  FIP is launching a new 17 event digital programme: ‘Shaping the future of self-care through pharmacy”’. The programme is composed of 8 episodes that will focus on accelerating UHC for all by enabling self-care through community pharmacy.  Additionally, nine episodes will focus on self-care support for community pharmacy teams.

Appropriate management in the choice of medicines for self-care

A webinar organised by:
2 June 2021

This event will showcase the four pillars of the FIP Community Pharmacy Section’s Vision – review, prescribe, dispense, administer. It will also signpost how to empower patients, pharmacists, healthcare professionals about the value of selfcare and the importance of appropriate management for selecting medicines for self-care.

Aim:
Describe appropriate management for selecting medicines for self-care

Learning objectives:

1. List the four pillars of the FIP Community Pharmacy Section’s vision;
2. Define people-centred care;
3. Discuss approaches to empower people, pharmacists and healthcare professionals about the importance of self-care;
4. List minor ailments and common conditions;
5. Identify appropriate management for selection medicines for self-care

Moderator:
Leonila Ocampo, President, Asia Pacific Institute for Medication Management - Philippines

Panelists:
- Daragh Connolly, Vice President Community Pharmacy Section FIP - Ireland
- Lina Bader, FIP Lead for Workforce Transformation and Development FIP - Saudi Arabia
- Charlie Benrimoj, Emeritus Professor, University of Sydney - Australia
- Nardine Nakhla, Faculty Member, University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy - Canada

Appropriate management in the choice of medicines for self-care

A webinar organised by:
2 June 2021

This event will showcase the four pillars of the FIP Community Pharmacy Section’s Vision – review, prescribe, dispense, administer. It will also signpost how to empower patients, pharmacists, healthcare professionals about the value of selfcare and the importance of appropriate management for selecting medicines for self-care.

Aim:
Describe appropriate management for selecting medicines for self-care

Learning objectives:

1. List the four pillars of the FIP Community Pharmacy Section’s vision;
2. Define people-centred care;
3. Discuss approaches to empower people, pharmacists and healthcare professionals about the importance of self-care;
4. List minor ailments and common conditions;
5. Identify appropriate management for selection medicines for self-care

Moderator:
Leonila Ocampo, President, Asia Pacific Institute for Medication Management - Philippines

Panelists:
- Daragh Connolly, Vice President Community Pharmacy Section FIP - Ireland
- Lina Bader, FIP Lead for Workforce Transformation and Development FIP - Saudi Arabia
- Charlie Benrimoj, Emeritus Professor, University of Sydney - Australia
- Nardine Nakhla, Faculty Member, University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy - Canada

Appropriate management in the choice of medicines for self-care

A webinar organised by:
2 June 2021

This event will showcase the four pillars of the FIP Community Pharmacy Section’s Vision – review, prescribe, dispense, administer. It will also signpost how to empower patients, pharmacists, healthcare professionals about the value of selfcare and the importance of appropriate management for selecting medicines for self-care.

Aim:
Describe appropriate management for selecting medicines for self-care

Learning objectives:

1. List the four pillars of the FIP Community Pharmacy Section’s vision;
2. Define people-centred care;
3. Discuss approaches to empower people, pharmacists and healthcare professionals about the importance of self-care;
4. List minor ailments and common conditions;
5. Identify appropriate management for selection medicines for self-care

Moderator:
Leonila Ocampo, President, Asia Pacific Institute for Medication Management - Philippines

Panelists:
- Daragh Connolly, Vice President Community Pharmacy Section FIP - Ireland
- Lina Bader, FIP Lead for Workforce Transformation and Development FIP - Saudi Arabia
- Charlie Benrimoj, Emeritus Professor, University of Sydney - Australia
- Nardine Nakhla, Faculty Member, University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy - Canada