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2013 National Pharmacy Conference

23-26 June 2013

Programme  Overview

DAY 1 – Sunday, 23 June 2013

The South African Pharmacy Council invites you to participate in the 1st National Pharmacy

Conference Golf Day, taking place at the Gary Player Country Club on Sunday, 23 June 2013.

14h00-17h00

REGISTRATION in the Pilanesberg Foyer

17h00-17h05

Delegates to be seated in Pilanesberg B

17h05-17h35

Welcome and Introduction of Trade:Mr Amos Masango-SAPC Registrar

17h35-17h45

Introduction of IPASA

17h45-18h00

Introduction of the Minister

18h00-19h00

Opening address - How Pharmacy Contributes to the Health Sector: Dr Aaron Motsoaledi -Minister  of Health

19h00

Welcome Cocktail  in the exhibition hall – Royal Ballroom

 

DAY 2 – Monday, 24 June 2013

08h00-08h10

Welcome by Programme Director: Mr TshepoMphaka

08h10-08h50

Ensuring Quality Services - theRole of Pharmacy: Ms Precious Matsotso - DG:Health

08h50-09h35

Motivational Talk:Dr John Tibane

09h35-10h15

Vision for Pharmacy:Mr Bada Pharasi - SAPC President

10h15-10h45

Tea Break

 

Commission 1:

Pharmacy Education

Venue:  Eland Room

Commission 2:

Pharmacy Practice

Venue:  Pilanesberg B

Commission 3:

Human Resources for Pharmacy

Venue:  Pilanesberg A

 

Chairperson

 

Dr Shirley-Anne Boschmans

 

Mr Cyril Shabalala

 

Ms Lorraine Osman

Programme Director

Ms NomsaMbabama

Ms Palesa Santho

Prof Nadine Butler

10h50-11h10

Speciality in Pharmacy-International perspective - Mr Warren Meek

Pharmacy Ethics or Ethics for

Pharmacists? - Mr ShafrudeenAmod

Strategy to increase capacity of

Pharmacy HR – Pharmacists and Mid- Level Workers - Ms Lorraine Osman

11h10-11h30

Speciality in Pharmacy- National perspective - Prof AndriesGous

Consumer Protection Act –what are pharmacists potentially doing wrong,

what are our risks, what is the way forward? - Ms ElsabeKlinck

The impact of mid-level workers on the future of the pharmacy profession in SA

- Dr Shirley-Anne Boschmans

11h30-11h50

Speciality in Pharmacy- Practice perspective - Dr Johann Kruger

Community Pharmacy and Medical Aid

Schemes - Legal Therapeutic switching enforced by Funders - Dr MonwabisiGantsho

How can the HWSETA assist to produce more mid-level workers? - Ms Yvonne Mbane

11h50-12h20

Panel Discussion (questions)

Panel Discussion (questions)

Panel Discussion (questions)

12h20-13h10

Lunch

Programme Director

Mr Douglas  Defty

Mr Sham Moodley

Mr Willie Jordaan

13h10-13h30

Role of pharmacists in biotechnology and nanotechnology  - Ms Glaudina Loots

Antimicrobial Stewardship – what has been achieved? - Prof AndriesGous

Addressing the need for Pharmacists in

Australia: The two year M Pharm Pharmacy Programme - Prof Gabrielle Cooper

13h30-13h50

Re-engineering of Internship

programme in South Africa - Ms

Susan Putter

Pharmaceuticals: New frontier of

environmental pollution - Mr Shaheen

Sattar

Harmonisation of curriculum -Dr Dianne

Parker

13h50-14h10

Pharm D Programme in South

Africa- Do we adopt and what does it mean? - Prof Roderick  Walker

Trends in mobile health and e-health  -

Mr Paulo Ferreira

Career path in Pharmacy - Prof Nadine

Butler

14h10-14h25

The NQF and Professional Bodies -

Mr Joe Samuels

 

 

14h25-14h45

Panel Discussion (questions)

Panel Discussion (questions)

Panel Discussion (questions)

14h45-15h10

Tea Break

15h10-16h00

Rapporteur  Session  from Commissions 1,2 and 3

16h00-17h00

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in South Africa – how do we make it work for you?:Dr Panjasaram  (Vassie)

Naidoo-SAPC CPD Chairperson

18h30 for

19h00

Casual Dinner

Venue:  Superbowl

 

DAY 3 – Tuesday, 25 June 2013

08h15-08h30

Welcome by Programme Director

08h30-09h30

Training of Pharmacists and Pharmacy Support Personnel (PTA and PT) in the SA universities:

Dr Blade Nzimande-Minister of Higher Education and Training

 

Commission 4: Leadership, Corporate Governance,

Policy and Legislation

Venue:  Pilanesberg B

Commission 5: Role of the Pharmacist in improving

health outcomes - Millennium Goals

Venue:  Pilanesberg A

Chairperson

Mr Keith Johnson

Dr Vassie Naidoo

Programme Director

Mr LesibaMoshiga

Ms MoliehiMatlala

09h30-09h50

Role of the Pharmacist in NHS-UK perspective -

Ms Helen Gordon

Role of the Pharmacist in the Management of  non- communicable diseases - Dr HumphreyZokufa

 

09h50-10h10

Role of the Pharmacist in NHI-Ghana perspective -

Mr J OhemengKyei

Role of the Pharmacist in the Management of

communicable diseases -

Prof  ShabirBanoo

 

10h10-10h30

Role of the Pharmacist in NHI- SA perspective -

Dr Anban Pillay

Drug Supply Management - from API (Active

Pharmaceutical Ingredient) to Patient -Dr

RajshekaharKarpoormath

10h30-11h00

Panel Discussion (questions)

Panel Discussion (questions)

11h00-11h30

Tea Break

Programme Director

Ms Val Beaumont

Ms ZukoMakunzi

11h35-11h55

Harmonisation of Pharmacy EU perspective -

Dr Roberto  Frontini

Role of the Pharmacist in Primary Health Care -Authorised

Pharmacist Prescriber - Mr Keith Johnson

11h55-12h15

Foreign Workforce Management – Harmonising the

movement of pharmacy personnel within the SADC region

- Dr Anban Pillay

Role of the Pharmacist in Hospital environment - USA

perspective) - Dr Anthony Guarascio

12h15-12h35

Harmonisation of Pharmacy – SADC Perspective -

Dr Aarti Patel

Role of Pharmacist in management of and Dispensing of

Complimentary medicines - Dr Motlalepula Gilbert

Matsabisa

12h35-13h05

Panel Discussion (questions)

Panel Discussion (questions)

13h05-13h40

Lunch

Programme Director

Ms Estelle Victor

Mr MogologoloPhasha

13h45-14h05

Role of Superintendent Pharmacist and Pharmacy Owners

GPC - Ms Helen Gordon

RadioPharmacy –what do I know? - Prof SietskeRubow

14h05-14h25

The legal responsibilities of the Responsible Pharmacist in

every sector and what the future might hold - Ms

MandisaHela

 

Pharmacoeconomics - Dr Tienie Stander

14h25-14h45

Role of Nominee Pharmacist and Pharmacy Owners -

Mr Keith A Johnson

Pharmacoepidemiology in South Africa Challenges and

achievements - Prof IlseTruter

14h45-15h15

Panel Discussion (questions)

Panel Discussion (questions)

15h15-15h45

Tea Break

15h45-16h45

Rapporteur session from Commissions 4 and 5

18h30 for

19h00

Gala Dinner - National  Pharmacy  Awards

Venue:  Superbowl

 

DAY 4 – Wednesday, 26 June 2013 – Venue:  Pilanesberg B

09h00-09h45

Welcome by Programme Director

09h45-10h30

Evolving Role of Pharmacy (Interactive session):Mr Sham Moodley - ICPA

10h30-11h00

Tea Break

11h00-12h00

Closing remarks – What is the next step?:Mr Bada Pharasi - SAPC President

 

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