Organised by FIP’s Social and Administrative Pharmacy Section, in collaboration with FIP’s SIG on Pharmacy Practice Research
This session targets pharmaceutical health services researchers. Its purpose is to educate researchers about different issues they should take into consideration when planning and publishing their research data. A special emphasis is given to qualitative research projects, which have been gaining momentum among pharmaceutical health services researchers in recent years. Assisting researchers in implementing and publishing data from their projects would benefit the pharmacy profession in multiple ways: Firstly, it improves the visibility and recognition of pharmacists and their roles in different settings. Second, it improves the quality of evidence by helping researchers get the word out about the work they do, which reduces publication bias. The session also provides guidance on the fairly new science of translating health services research into practice, encouraging participants to think critically about what to consider when implementing evidence into practice.
12:30 – 12:35 Introduction by the chairs
13:50 – 13:55 Conclusion by the chairs
13:55 – 14:00 Room refresh
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
Type of session: Application-based