Transforming Vaccination Globally, Regionally, Nationally 2021

“‘Transforming Vaccination Globally, Regionally and Nationally’ 2021: Accelerating equity, access and sustainability through policy development and implementation” programme

The 2020 FIP digital programme, entitled: Transforming Vaccination Globally and Regionally was the first FIP outcome-based online programme of its kind, which culminated in the signing of a FIP Commitment to Action on Improving Vaccination Coverage Through Pharmacies by FIP and member organisations to transform vaccinations globally and regionally. Building on the outcomes of the 2020 programme, the FIP 2021 digital programme focuses on supporting FIP members in accelerating programmes of equity, access and sustainability of vaccinations through policy development and implementation. The 12 events explore equity in vaccinations across the different angles of age, gender, literacy & education, and interprofessional unity & collaboration. Regional roundtables will discuss and identify priorities for sustainable access to vaccinations through pharmacies around the world. The programme will result in a FIP commitment to accelerate equity, access and sustainability through policy development and implementation, as well as a special policy collection capturing the outcomes of this transformation programme.

The Role of Pharmacist Vaccinators in improving access to and equity in healthcare outcomes: FIP DG 10 Equity & equality and FIP DG18 Access to Medicines & Services

A webinar organised by: Vaccination
17 November 2020


In this episode – “Pharmacist Vaccinators as a way to improve access to medicines” – is an interview format that focuses on the FIP Development Goal 18: Access to Medicines and Services from the perspective of vaccination by a pharmacist. The role of pharmacists in ensuring that vaccinations are widely and easily accessible by all people in all areas of the world, and the expertise of pharmacists in delivering the logistics and services needed to increase vaccination rates.

About the Series: The second of three series is composed of 8 episodes that focus on The FIP Development Goals from the perspective of vaccination. The new FIP Development Goals and the agenda of improving vaccination worldwide come together in this series of interviews that outline how pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists will deliver on the promise of improved vaccination rates worldwide.

Series 2 will identify the alignment of the goal of improved vaccination rates worldwide through the use of the pharmacist workforce with the FIP Development Goals.

Objective
To understand the impact of FIP Development Goal 18: Access to Medicines and Services in the Transformation of Vaccination Globally and Regionally

Moderator:
Catherine Duggan, CEO, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) - UK

Panellists:
Jane Barratt, Secretary General, International Federation on Ageing - Canada
Alexandra Ruth, Doctoral Student, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health - USA

The Role of Pharmacist Vaccinators in improving access to and equity in healthcare outcomes: FIP DG 10 Equity & equality and FIP DG18 Access to Medicines & Services

A webinar organised by: Vaccination
17 November 2020


In this episode – “Pharmacist Vaccinators as a way to improve access to medicines” – is an interview format that focuses on the FIP Development Goal 18: Access to Medicines and Services from the perspective of vaccination by a pharmacist. The role of pharmacists in ensuring that vaccinations are widely and easily accessible by all people in all areas of the world, and the expertise of pharmacists in delivering the logistics and services needed to increase vaccination rates.

About the Series: The second of three series is composed of 8 episodes that focus on The FIP Development Goals from the perspective of vaccination. The new FIP Development Goals and the agenda of improving vaccination worldwide come together in this series of interviews that outline how pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists will deliver on the promise of improved vaccination rates worldwide.

Series 2 will identify the alignment of the goal of improved vaccination rates worldwide through the use of the pharmacist workforce with the FIP Development Goals.

Objective
To understand the impact of FIP Development Goal 18: Access to Medicines and Services in the Transformation of Vaccination Globally and Regionally

Moderator:
Catherine Duggan, CEO, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) - UK

Panellists:
Jane Barratt, Secretary General, International Federation on Ageing - Canada
Alexandra Ruth, Doctoral Student, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health - USA

The Role of Pharmacist Vaccinators in improving access to and equity in healthcare outcomes: FIP DG 10 Equity & equality and FIP DG18 Access to Medicines & Services

A webinar organised by: Vaccination
17 November 2020


In this episode – “Pharmacist Vaccinators as a way to improve access to medicines” – is an interview format that focuses on the FIP Development Goal 18: Access to Medicines and Services from the perspective of vaccination by a pharmacist. The role of pharmacists in ensuring that vaccinations are widely and easily accessible by all people in all areas of the world, and the expertise of pharmacists in delivering the logistics and services needed to increase vaccination rates.

About the Series: The second of three series is composed of 8 episodes that focus on The FIP Development Goals from the perspective of vaccination. The new FIP Development Goals and the agenda of improving vaccination worldwide come together in this series of interviews that outline how pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists will deliver on the promise of improved vaccination rates worldwide.

Series 2 will identify the alignment of the goal of improved vaccination rates worldwide through the use of the pharmacist workforce with the FIP Development Goals.

Objective
To understand the impact of FIP Development Goal 18: Access to Medicines and Services in the Transformation of Vaccination Globally and Regionally

Moderator:
Catherine Duggan, CEO, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) - UK

Panellists:
Jane Barratt, Secretary General, International Federation on Ageing - Canada
Alexandra Ruth, Doctoral Student, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health - USA