PROGRAMME

30.11

01.12

  • Registration

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  • Plenary session I (1/2)

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    (40 min presentation +5 min questions)

    Comprehensive Medication review – what and why?
    Jamie Wilkinson, Pharmaceutical Group of European Union (PGEU), Belgium

    Medication review practices at community pharmacy
    Saija Leikola, Pharmac Finland Oy, Finland

  • Coffee break

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  • Plenary session I (2/2)

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    40 min presentation + 5 min questions)

    Medication review practices at hospital pharmacy
    Moira Kinnear, Honorary Senior Lecturer at University of Strathclyde, UK

    Clinical communication skills - important aspect of medication review
    Afonso Cavaco, University of Lisbon, Portugal

  • Lunch

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  • Parallel workshops: implementation practices

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    1. Rational geriatric prescribing – home care and nursing home care patients
    WS leaders: Daniela Fiolova, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
    Maarit Dimitrow, University of Helsinki, Finland

    2. Medication review in hospital setting
    WS leaders: Moira Kinnear, Moira Kinnear, Honorary Senior Lecturer at University of Strathclyde, UK
    Ulrika Gillespie, senior clinical pharmacist, Uppsala University Hospital, Sweden

    3. Medication review in primary care setting
    WS leaders: Saija Leikola, Pharmac Finland Oy, Finland
    Arijana Meštrović, Pharma Expert, Croatia

    4. Pharmaceutical policy and education about medication review
    WS leaders: Marja Airaksinen, University of Helsinki, Finland
    Mike Rouse, Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), USA
    Mitja Kos, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

  • Coffee break

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  • Parallel workshops: case studies

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    1. Rational geriatric prescribing – home care and nursing home care patients

    2. Medication review in hospital setting

    3. Medication review in primary care setting

    4. Pharmaceutical policy and education about medication review

  • Dinner

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02.12

  • Plenary session II (1/2)

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    40 min presentation + 5 min questions)

    Collaborative medication review practice in primary care Mitja Kos, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

    Outcomes of medication review services
    Bjarke Abrahamsen, Danish College of Pharmacy Practice

  • Coffee break

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  • Plenary session II (2/2)

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    Feasibility of medication review services
    Ruth Kalda, University of Tartu, Estonia
    Veera Bobrova, University of Tartu, Estonia

    Workshops feedback: medication review policy, education and implementation to practice
    WS leaders and participants

  • Lunch

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  • Competency based education and patient centred services in pharmacy

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    A. Mestrovic and M. Rouse

  • NCPC 2017: Medication Review – take home messages

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