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.

Selfcare in the digital age

A webinar organised by:
11 August 2021

This event will explore latest developments in digital health that supports self-care. It will identify practical strategies to appraise latest technology and manage misinformation and the ‘infodemic’.  Current practice and role of the pharmacist in digital health is also discussed.

Aim: To discuss digital health and how to ensure it supports safe and effective self-care

Learning objectives:

1. Define digital health and explain digital health priorities (FIP Development Goal 20)

2. List ways digital health can enable self-care

3. Describe approaches to delivering safe and effective digital self-care

4. Give examples of current pharmacy practice in digital health that supports self-care

 

Moderator

- Jaime Acosta-Gómez, Community Pharmacist and pharmacy owner, Farmacia Acosta, Spain

Panellists:

Timothy Aungst, Associate Professor.  Freelance Writer and Consultant, The Digital Apothecary, USA

Peter Guthrey, Senior Pharmacist, Strategic Policy, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, Australia

Jan De Belie, Professional Affairs Advisor, Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union, Belgium 

Selfcare in the digital age

A webinar organised by:
11 August 2021

This event will explore latest developments in digital health that supports self-care. It will identify practical strategies to appraise latest technology and manage misinformation and the ‘infodemic’.  Current practice and role of the pharmacist in digital health is also discussed.

Aim: To discuss digital health and how to ensure it supports safe and effective self-care

Learning objectives:

1. Define digital health and explain digital health priorities (FIP Development Goal 20)

2. List ways digital health can enable self-care

3. Describe approaches to delivering safe and effective digital self-care

4. Give examples of current pharmacy practice in digital health that supports self-care

 

Moderator

- Jaime Acosta-Gómez, Community Pharmacist and pharmacy owner, Farmacia Acosta, Spain

Panellists:

Timothy Aungst, Associate Professor.  Freelance Writer and Consultant, The Digital Apothecary, USA

Peter Guthrey, Senior Pharmacist, Strategic Policy, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, Australia

Jan De Belie, Professional Affairs Advisor, Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union, Belgium 

Selfcare in the digital age

A webinar organised by:
11 August 2021

This event will explore latest developments in digital health that supports self-care. It will identify practical strategies to appraise latest technology and manage misinformation and the ‘infodemic’.  Current practice and role of the pharmacist in digital health is also discussed.

Aim: To discuss digital health and how to ensure it supports safe and effective self-care

Learning objectives:

1. Define digital health and explain digital health priorities (FIP Development Goal 20)

2. List ways digital health can enable self-care

3. Describe approaches to delivering safe and effective digital self-care

4. Give examples of current pharmacy practice in digital health that supports self-care

 

Moderator

- Jaime Acosta-Gómez, Community Pharmacist and pharmacy owner, Farmacia Acosta, Spain

Panellists:

Timothy Aungst, Associate Professor.  Freelance Writer and Consultant, The Digital Apothecary, USA

Peter Guthrey, Senior Pharmacist, Strategic Policy, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, Australia

Jan De Belie, Professional Affairs Advisor, Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union, Belgium