FIP Development Goal 2 Workforce Element
Globally, we will have:
Engagement with pharmaceutical higher Foundation training infrastructures in place for the early post-registration (post-licensing) years of the pharmaceutical workforce as a basis for consolidating initial education and training and progressing the novice workforce towards advanced practice.
FIP Development Goal 2 Practice Element
Globally, we will have:
Training strategy and infrastructures providing structured journeys for early career pharmacy practitioners including and pharmacy support workers linked towards advanced practice and specialisation frameworks and professional recognition and certification.
FIP Development Goal 2 Science Element
Globally, we will have:
Education and training of graduate/post-graduate students and early career pharmaceutical scientists to advance their skills in basic, translational, clinical, and regulatory sciences.
Developed by the FIP Workforce Development Hub (WDH), the Workforce Reference Guide collates all information, evidence and expertise from FIP to support our members with measuring progress, evaluation, implementation and transformation processes.
Young pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists play a key role in the pharmacy space. This group of enthusiastic young professionals are eager to learn and sometimes may be faced with challenges of choosing the right career path that suits their needs or having access to the right professionals to guide them as they progress in their careers. This year, one of our core priorities is capacity building and these digital events aim to the young professionals just the right tools and information to ensure career satisfaction and progression.
The FIP Development Goals Digital Programme “Setting goals for the decade ahead” is a comprehensive online event series providing coverage of the 21 goals over 21 events in 2021. Starting in March, the 21 digital events aim to provide description, direction and context for each specific goal, with a global plan for the decade ahead and how each nation, within each region can identify and prioritise which goals are the priorities and how the goals can support developments and transformation for them.
This programme is all about engaging the profession and supporting the profession to deliver in relevant and purposeful ways. By engaging our profession, members & colleagues everywhere with these relevant and applicable goals for the decade ahead, we can provide tools, monitoring and evaluation through data evidence, and identifying priorities across practice, science, and workforce & education.
All three domains of pharmacy; science, education, and practice are crucial for pharmacists to solidify and expand their role in various health systems. As early-career pharmacists, we sometimes lack professional direction and well-defined opportunities in our profession. FIP is actively involved in all aspects of pharmacy practice, pharmaceutical science, and education, mostly via the work of member associations and committed volunteers.
The purpose of this webinar is to introduce early career pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists in Bahrain to the International Pharmaceutical Federation, the Young Pharmacy Group, and the FIP Development Goals.
For students and early career pharmacists or pharmaceutical scientists, it can be difficult to know where to find support and guidance when considering professional development and career trajectory.
This FIP YPG webinar seeks to introduce young pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists to both the Young Pharmacists’ Group and the International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation as professional organisations that can offer many benefits to their members.
The FIP Pharmacy Practice Research SIG (PPR SIG) was created with the main scope of increasing pharmacy practice contributions to global health through the provision of greater access to the latest high-quality international pharmacy practice research. The PPR SIG also aims to cultivate an international forum for the dissemination of quality, international pharmacy practice research for all stakeholders and stimulate communication, discussion, networking, and collaboration between international pharmacy practice stakeholders.
Based on this objective, this PPR virtual summer meeting aims to increase the quality and quantity of pharmacy practice research by exchanging and disseminating information at an international level. New networks and collaborations will be established on major themes for experienced researchers and higher degree students.
Webinar promovido pela AFPLP – FIP/YPG – APJF com as participações de:
– Catarina Nobre (Associação Portuguesa de Jovens Farmacêuticos)
– Filipa Ferreira (Secção Jovem da Federação Internacional Farmacêutica)
– Jorge Batista (Associação de Farmacêuticos dos Países de Língua Portuguesa)
This Sharing Information session will start with a contextual introduction on the FIP Workforce Transformation Programme and present new & updated workforce development frameworks. During this session, Member Organisations from Jordan and Indonesia will showcase their Transformation progress after a year of collaboration with FIP for a commitment in the transformation programme in pharmacy workforce in their countries. The event will also include the launch of newly updated FIP Frameworks: the FIP Global Competency Framework and the FIP Global Advanced Development Framework; we will discuss the importance of these frameworks, relevance and ways of implementation.
The following FIP programmes of work and structures support the implementation of this Goal: