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Dr Catriona Bradley Jul 9
Looking forward to welcoming to Dublin in 2020 😀
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FIP Education Jul 8
The mapped the WDGs to their conference abstracts and the results were analysed and shared by to the participants in Brisbane. This initiative provided us with very valuable insights on current research trends and gaps in pharmacy education
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Annie Sellers Jul 10
On the last leg of my journey home from the amazing On reflection my take home message is that to push the profession forward we need to focus on what people need (learners, patients and ourselves) and we have a great opportunity to get creative! Art, VTS and JiTT...
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Kim Brackley Jul 8
In the future pharmacists will be defined by the impact we make rather than where we work. Debra Rowett
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Beth Ward Jul 8
Standing room only at session on Resilience
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FIP Jul 9
Integrating the PWDGs is a valuable mechanism for continuous monitoring & evaluation of global research on pharmacy workforce development and education — , FIP Education project coordinator and researcher, at , Brisbane, Australia, yesterday.
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Hannah Kinsey Jul 5
Out for dinner with colleagues before begins!
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Amanda Galbraith Jul 7
Successfully engaging stakeholders to achieve needed and desired change - don’t let the laggards drag you down, spin them out like a centrifugal force - enjoying listening to Arijana Mestrovic talking about Roger’s Innovation Adoption Curve
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Sandy Bhawan Jul 7
Lola has left the building - getting ready to party!
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Rina Jul 7
Mel delivering her study findings on intraprofessional working between pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.
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Chris Campbell Jul 8
“We are defined by the impact we make not the role that we have” - Debra Rowett - wonderful insights into the importance of inter professional communication
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FIP Education Jul 8
Today on the 2nd day of the , organised an interactive workshop about WDG4: Advanced and specialist development, in which participants were asked to visualise what WDG4 looks in an ideal world. The creative results will surely inform our work
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Ange Brennan Jul 8
Loving Gabrielle Brand's session on the physiology of teaching. Beautiful words. Beautiful images.
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Kat Hall Jul 8
Great to be chairing such an interesting session on bridging programmes in Canada by and case equivalence in pharmacy education in Australia by Dan Malone
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Ginny Brailsford Jul 7
⁩ motivating pharmacy educators to promote learning about improvement science. It engenders leadership, partnership and Equity.
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AusPharmacyCouncil Jul 8
Tonight our for is on at Rydges Southbank. “Life Long Yearning” Cocktail
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Kat Hall Jul 8
So interesting to see the global perspectives of RPL and how different countries, and states, processes differ. Important for educators to know what others are doing - great examples from starting off the group discussions
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Beth Ward Jul 8
All abstracts at have been mapped to workforce dev goals...assist us in identifying similar streams of work across the globe
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Dr Kenneth Lee Jul 7
Work to learn vs learn to work?
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Amanda Galbraith Jul 8
Finally met the other amazing Galbraith in Pharmacy, Kirstie
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