Organised by FIPEd, in collaboration with FIP’s Academic Pharmacy Section, the Community Pharmacy Section, the Hospital Pharmacy Section, the Social and Administrative Pharmacy Section, IPSF and the YPG
Optimising the practice of pharmacy has continued growing reliance on the ability to be integrated into the health system and be working effectively as part of a team. Building collaborative working relationships is key to delivering quality care to patients. and “working with others in the health care team” is one of FIP’s global Pharmaceutical Workforce Development Goals (PWDG 8).
This session’s theme will showcase successful examples of collaborative practice and interprofessional education from different parts of the world, highlighting their uniqueness in their systems, government, culture and educational preparation. It will identify progressive examples, some in process, and some that have major cultural or legal restrictions. The session will include a workshop in which a culture map exercise will be used to identify enablers and blockers to collaborative working relationships.
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