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2 May 2023: Webinar on The role of pharmacy in self-care

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Speakers:

  1. Prof Shalom (Charlie) Benrimoj PhD BPharm (Hons) FRPharmS FPS FFIP,
    Emeritus Prof at University of Sydney Australia & Visting Prof University of Granada, Spain
  2. Dr Sarah Dinnen-Griffin, PhD MPharm BBSci GradCertPharmPrac AACPA MPS,
    Lecturer (Pharmacy), University of Newcastle, Australia

Learning objectives

After the webinar, participants should be able:

  • Define self-care and associated terminology
  • Describe international trend in policy and practice in self-care

 

Description

The aim is to discuss the role of pharmacists in self-care.

There appears to be great interest internationally and nationally in self-care. This renewed interest is primarily being driven by the pandemic and the impact of individual health behaviours, questions about the sustainability of the health care system and by evidence that suggests that when people manage their health it leads to more positive health outcomes. Community pharmacists are ideally placed, due to their accessibility, clinical knowledge and their competencies in promoting positive self-care practices.

Emeritus Professor S.I. (Charlie) Benrimoj BPharm (Hons) PhD FPS FRPSGB FFIP was the Foundation Professor of Pharmacy Practice (1991), Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy (2000 to 2005), Pro-Vice Chancellor (Strategic Planning) (2006 to 2011) University of Sydney and Director and Head of Graduate School of Health at the University of Technology Sydney (2011- 2018). He is currently a visiting professor at the University of Granada.  Research interests encompass the future and the delivery of professional cognitive pharmaceutical services from community pharmacy in current and emergent health services. These include the role of community pharmacy in self-care, adherence, patient medication reviews, disease state management, minor ailments, remuneration systems, integration in primary health care and international pharmacy practice. Specific research programs include impact study and evaluation of clinical, economic and humanistic impacts of services and their implementation into usual practice. He has published over 240 papers in refereed journals, produced 47 major research reports and co-authored over 250 scientific conference presentations. He was ranked in the world’s top 2% scientist by University of Stanford (2022). He has been a keynote speaker in over 150 national and international conferences. He was the Australian Pharmacist of the year in 2000. He has been active at international level as the Chair, SIG Pharmacy Practice Research, Board of Pharmaceutical Science, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP 2016-2019), Chair, Innovators Forum International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP 2006-2015)). He was awarded the Andre Bedat Award International Federation of Pharmacy (FIP), the highest award attainable by a pharmacist for significant international contribution to pharmacy practice, a FIP Fellowship in 2007, a Fellowship of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in 2008 and a Fellowship of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, 2008.

Dr Sarah Dineen-Griffin PhD MPharm BBSci GradCertPharmPrac AACPA MPS is a full-time teaching and research academic in the School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy at the University of Newcastle. She is a registered pharmacist and has significant experience in various fields in pharmacy, including community, hospital and as an accredited medicines review pharmacist. Her research expertise is in self-care and minor ailments, primary health care, pharmacy practice, health services research, knowledge translation and implementation of services. She has led national and international pharmacy research projects and has published extensively in this area. Dr Dineen-Griffin has extensive expertise and understanding of national and international policy and practice in this area, including consulting first-hand with international experts from the United Kingdom and Canada. She has an established collaborative national and international network with universities, professional peak organisations, researchers, health professionals, and industry. At a professional organisational level, her extensive participation in leadership roles in committees at international, national and state levels demonstrates an outstanding ability to influence the future of the profession. This is evidenced by her appointment to an expert advisory committee leading the review of the National Medicines Policy by the Federal Minister of Health and her election as Vice-President to the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia NSW Branch. Additionally, internationally, she is elected to the International Pharmaceutical Federation’s Community Pharmacy executive committee. Sarah is an editorial board member for two international pharmacy journals the Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice journals. Sarah was awarded the NSW Young Pharmacist of the Year by the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia in 2021 and an International Excellent Award for Women in Science in Education in 2022.

Event Details

Date: 02/05/2023

Start time: 11:00 CET

End time: 12:30 CET

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