17th November 2020
14:00 – 15:30 CET
FIP is excited to announce a new initiative entitled “Transforming Vaccination Globally and Regionally.” This initiative involves a three-part series of 8 online events each, and is the first FIP transformational outcome-based online programme of its kind, culminating in the signing of a historical commitment by FIP and member organisations to transform vaccinations globally and regionally.
In this episode – “Pharmacist Vaccinators as a way to improve access to medicines” – is an interview format that focuses on the FIP Development Goal 18: Access to Medicines and Services from the perspective of vaccination by the pharmacist as well as FIP Development Goal 10 Equality and Equity. The role of pharmacists in ensuring that vaccinations are widely and easily accessible by all people in all areas of the world, and the expertise of pharmacists in delivering the logistics and services needed to increase vaccination rates.
About the Series: The second of three series is composed of 8 episodes that focus on The FIP Development Goals from the perspective of vaccination. The new FIP Development Goals and the agenda of improving vaccination worldwide come together in this series of interviews that outline how pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists will deliver on the promise of improved vaccination rates worldwide.
Series 2 will identify the alignment of the goal of improved vaccination rates worldwide through the use of the pharmacist workforce with the FIP Development Goals.
Catherine Duggan ( CEO – FIP, UK)
Jane Barratt – ( Secretary General – International Federation on Ageing, Canada)
Alexandra (Ali) Ruth – ( Doctoral Student – Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA)
To understand the impact of FIP Development Goal 18 and FIP Development Goal 10 in the Transformation of Vaccination Globally and Regionally
You can watch the event recording here.