intriguing external webinar
It’s always a pleasure to help support our friends, the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine , this time with first of their upcoming eight-webinar series on the theme of “Good Pharmaceutical Medicine Practice: Preparedness Planning for Public Health Emergencies”.
The webinar, recorded on the 3rd June 2020, has now been posted online (link below) and, amongst over items, covers the following important questions:
… has pharmaceutical medicine, as a discipline and practice, successfully contributed to COVID-19 pandemic? In what ways, yes? In what ways, no?
… how have patients been taken into consideration by pharmaceutical medicine during this pandemic? COVID-19 patients? Patients not affected by COVID-19 but whose needs are still real?
… has pharmaceutical medicine contributed to global cooperation in responding to the pandemic? How? And how not?
Dr Alastair Benbow, Chairman, EPC FPM; Chief Development and Medical Officer, Norgine, United Kingdom
Prof Tim Higenbottam, President of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine of the Royal Colleges of Physicians, United Kingdom
Prof Alan Boyd, Boyds Consultants & Immediate Past President, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine; United Kingdom
Dr Penny Ward, Chair of the Education & Standards Committee of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine & Medical Doctor, National Health Service (NHS), United Kingdom