Programme per day (in SAST)

Monday 2 September 2024

APMO-01 FIP Foundation Programme

Roof Terrace room
Celebrate the FIP Foundation good work and meet the 2023-24 Research Grant recipients and scholars The FIP Foundation Board will present a brief report on our programmes successes with and share our future plans. ...
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MOMO-01 Early morning session 1

MOMO-02 Early morning session 2

MOMO-03 Early morning session 3

PLMO-01 Plenary session -Equitable quality health care: A call to action for pharmacy

Auditorium
This session will delve into current healthcare disparities, focusing on equitable and quality health care and the essential role of pharmacy. Global perspectives, successful strategies and pharmacy-led initiatives will ...
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Coffee and tea break

   

PSMO-01 Data integration and interoperability for the modern pharmacist 

Auditorium
Pharmacists’ roles are continuously evolving, and staying abreast of technological advancements is crucial for providing the best care to patients. This session will delve into how data integration is revolutionising ...
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PSMO-02 Innovation in supply chain of health commodities: Pharmacists role in equitable and affordable access to medicines and medical devices 

Ballroom East
Access to medicines is recognised as a fundamental human right. However, the 2022 World Health Organization report highlights that about one-third of the world’s population (2.5 billion people) lack access to quality ...
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PSMO-03 International humanitarian law: Access to medicines

Ballroom West
Conflict plays a major role in humanitarian response. Protracted crisis, such as those in Syria and Yemen dominate the humanitarian case load while also threatening the humanitarian space. In additional to protracted ...
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PSMO-04 Planetary health: Contributions from pharmacy

Meeting room 1.60
Planetary health is defined as the health of human civilisation and the state of the natural systems on which it depends. The health of people has been improving gradually across the world, but it caused extensive ...
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PSMO-05 HIV treatment: The future of preventative care and management

Meeting room 2.60
Approximately 38 million people worldwide are living with HIV, with 75% receiving antiretroviral treatment. New HIV infections have fallen by 40% since the peak in 1988. The World Health Organization aims to reduce ...
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PSMO-06 Parallel session 6 (national SA track)

PSMO-07 Rapid fire session from selected oral abstracts

Lunch break (poster viewing and expo visit)

Lunch symposia

LSMO-02 Sponsored lunch break symposium: Role of quality-of-life in driving superior patient outcomes in self-care (Organised by Haleon)

Meeting room 2.40
A scientific forum on the importance of supporting quality of life as part of treatment goals for sufferers of the common cold and osteoarthritis using real world data as evidence.

PSMO-08 Digital health biomarkers: Revolutionising screening, illness follow-up and medication monitoring for enhanced efficacy and safety 

Auditorium
This session will appeal to a wide array of stakeholders within the pharmacy field. Pharmacists are interested in learning how digital health biomarkers can streamline medication management, facilitate screening, and ...
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PSMO-09 Global impact, local solutions: Pharmacists tackling antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in low-resource settings

Ballroom East
This session will highlight pharmacist-led antimicrobial stewardship initiatives in resource-limited settings aimed at tackling antimicrobial resistance. It will outline key programmes in LMICs, including the ...
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PSMO-10 New strategies for pharmacists in the fight against substandard and falsified drugs

Ballroom West
During a time when substandard and falsified (SF) medicines continue to threaten patient safety and public health, pharmacists play a role as the last line of defense for patients.  SF medicines impact the quality of ...
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PSMO-11 Accelerating practice innovation: Closing the health security inequality gap

Meeting room 1.60
The World Health Organization defines global public health security as the set of activities that minimise risk and negative impact of acute public health events which put people’s health in danger across geographical ...
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PSMO-13 Parallel session 13 (national SA track)

PSMO-12 Computational modelling and simulation: Challenges and opportunities for FIP

Meeting room 1.60
Computational modelling and simulation to understand exposure-response relationships of medicines has emerged as a firmly established discipline that has ushered in an era of model-informed drug development and ...
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PSMO-14 Rapid fire session from selected oral abstracts

Coffee and tea break

   

PLMO-02 Plenary session – Innovative drug discovery and access

Auditorium
This plenary session on innovative drug discovery and access will address current challenges, integrating industry-driven innovation with patient-centric clinical trials. A panel discussion titled, “Pharmacy’s ...
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Section dinners

Dinners organised for the following sections: Academic Pharmacy Section dinner Clinical Biology Section dinner Community Pharmacy Section dinner Health and Medicines Information dinner Hospital Pharmacy ...
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