The ESCP SIG Council is composed of all SIGs leaders. It’s objective is to coordinate activities among differents SIGs. The chair of the SIG council closely collaborates with the chairs of the communication, education and research committees and the General Committee.
Members serve in the SIG Council for the duration of their chairmanship.
The SIG Council currently has the following members:
Pharmacist-researcher at Sint Maartenskliniek Nijmegen, Netherlands, Chair
Associate Professor at Clinical Pharmacy Department, Marmara University Faculty of Pharmacy, Turkey, member of the ESCP Research Committee, Leader of the SIG Deprescribing
The SIG Council has a taskforce operational that is recalibrating the activities of the SIGs.
Ass.Prof. at Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic and Dept. of Geriatrics and Gerontology, 1st Faculty of Medici, Czech Republic and member of the ESCP General Committee
Associate professor, Pharmaceutical Faculty, Office of the Centre for the Development of Pharmaceutical and Biochemical Practice, University of Belgrade, Slovenia
Lead pharmacist at Kantonsspital Aarau, Switzerland and Treasurer of the ESCP General Committee
Deputy President and Registrar of University College Cork, Ireland
, Research Assistant, Bezm-i Alem Vakıf University, Istanbul, Turkey
Assistant Professor, department of Clinical Pharmacy and Practice, College of Pharmacy, Qatar University, Doha, Qatar
The Committees are bound to act within the frameworks of the mission, vision and the (multiyear) strategy (see above), the year plan, the budget structure, the assigned budgets and decisions of the General Committee.
In general the committees are responsible (The General Committee has the final responsibility) for the preparation, implementation and evaluation of the communication, education and research policy of the ESCP.
In order for an adequate communication between the GC and the committees, the SIG Council will:
- Create a year plan, which will be presented during the General Assembly;
- Report the proceedings with respect to the year plan at least twice a year (April and October)
Chairs of the SIGs are always present at the General Assembly.