The FIP Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Commission 2021: from regional Roadmaps to Global Commitments

FIP is also planning to mark World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (18-24 November) with engagements throughout each of the regions. It will discuss how FIP can support pharmaceutical practitioners, scientists and educators, as well as pharmacy organisations around the globe in efforts to minimise antimicrobial resistance. It will showcase actions to date of the FIP’s Commission on Antimicrobial Resistance. This work is in line with the ambitions described by FIP Development Goal 17 (Antimicrobial stewardship).

Accelerating AMR Action Through Antimicrobial Stewardship: Are pharmacists the protagonists in the fight against antibiotic resistance?

A webinar organised by:
30 November 2021

The global session entitled  ‘Accelerating AMR Action Through Antimicrobial Stewardship:  Are pharmacists the protagonists in the fight against antibiotic resistance?’ takes a debate format with 2 teams of three, protagonists and antagonists, speaking to a case study or personal experience to highlight good (protagonist) or bad (antagonist) practice that reflects the reality of the challenges faced by pharmacy in tackling AMR, with a particular focus on low to middle income countries


Moderators:
- Sabiha Essack
- Manjiri Gharat

Welcome and Objectives:
- Introducing FIP AMR Commission and goals of GRIP partnership; overview of 2020 -2021 roadmap progress
Panel Discussion:
- ‘Are pharmacists the protagonists in the fight against antibiotic resistance?’
Using case studies to highlight best practice, as well as bad practice, to reflect the reality of the challenges faced by pharmacy in tackling AMR, with a particular focus in low to middle income countries

Regional Highlights:
- Highlights of the regional ideas that delivered most change/progress towards the AMR roadmap developed in our FIP Virtual 2020 events

Next steps and close:
- Next steps and role of the AMR Commission; renewed commitment to AMR going forward

Accelerating AMR Action Through Antimicrobial Stewardship: Are pharmacists the protagonists in the fight against antibiotic resistance?

A webinar organised by:
30 November 2021

The global session entitled  ‘Accelerating AMR Action Through Antimicrobial Stewardship:  Are pharmacists the protagonists in the fight against antibiotic resistance?’ takes a debate format with 2 teams of three, protagonists and antagonists, speaking to a case study or personal experience to highlight good (protagonist) or bad (antagonist) practice that reflects the reality of the challenges faced by pharmacy in tackling AMR, with a particular focus on low to middle income countries


Moderators:
- Sabiha Essack
- Manjiri Gharat

Welcome and Objectives:
- Introducing FIP AMR Commission and goals of GRIP partnership; overview of 2020 -2021 roadmap progress
Panel Discussion:
- ‘Are pharmacists the protagonists in the fight against antibiotic resistance?’
Using case studies to highlight best practice, as well as bad practice, to reflect the reality of the challenges faced by pharmacy in tackling AMR, with a particular focus in low to middle income countries

Regional Highlights:
- Highlights of the regional ideas that delivered most change/progress towards the AMR roadmap developed in our FIP Virtual 2020 events

Next steps and close:
- Next steps and role of the AMR Commission; renewed commitment to AMR going forward

Accelerating AMR Action Through Antimicrobial Stewardship: Are pharmacists the protagonists in the fight against antibiotic resistance?

A webinar organised by:
30 November 2021

The global session entitled  ‘Accelerating AMR Action Through Antimicrobial Stewardship:  Are pharmacists the protagonists in the fight against antibiotic resistance?’ takes a debate format with 2 teams of three, protagonists and antagonists, speaking to a case study or personal experience to highlight good (protagonist) or bad (antagonist) practice that reflects the reality of the challenges faced by pharmacy in tackling AMR, with a particular focus on low to middle income countries


Moderators:
- Sabiha Essack
- Manjiri Gharat

Welcome and Objectives:
- Introducing FIP AMR Commission and goals of GRIP partnership; overview of 2020 -2021 roadmap progress
Panel Discussion:
- ‘Are pharmacists the protagonists in the fight against antibiotic resistance?’
Using case studies to highlight best practice, as well as bad practice, to reflect the reality of the challenges faced by pharmacy in tackling AMR, with a particular focus in low to middle income countries

Regional Highlights:
- Highlights of the regional ideas that delivered most change/progress towards the AMR roadmap developed in our FIP Virtual 2020 events

Next steps and close:
- Next steps and role of the AMR Commission; renewed commitment to AMR going forward