ICPA encourages pharmacists to expand their scope of practice at The Pharmacy Show (TPS) 2019. ICPA will be offering short 45min seminars in which you will learn something new to implement within your pharmacy practice, immediately.
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Acting as a catalyst for change within the Independent Pharmacy sector in South Africa, ICPA encourages pharmacists to broaden their scope of practice to align with ever-changing healthcare needs of our communities.
This year, ICPA will be hosting talks where delegates attending The Pharmacy Show will receive the latest learning on Primary Healthcare services, such as;
ICPA prides itself on ensuring that our members and colleagues in independent pharmacy remain informed, educated and motivated, and given the tools and resources necessary to offer high-quality Primary Health Care services in their practices.
|09:00 - 09:30||PIMART Pharmacists Initiated Management of ART’s (PrEP, PEP and ARV Treatment)||Jackie Maimin - CEO of ICPA|
|09:30 - 09:40||Q&A Session|
|09:40 - 10:10||PCDT – A Community Pharmacists Experience||Frans Landman - Community Pharmacy Owner|
|10:10 - 10:20||Q&A Session|
|10:20 - 10:50||Evolving standards of care in Influenza||Bronwan Smith - Medical Science Liaison at Sanofi|
|10:50 - 11:00||Q&A Session|
|11:30 - 12:00||Pharmacy - More than just providing medicines||Ahmed Bayat - COO of ICPA|
|12:00 - 12:10||Q&A Session|
|12:10 - 12:40||Sore Throat Testing in the Pharmacy Environment||Sham Moodley - ICPA Chairman|
|12:40 - 12:50||Q&A Session|
|14:00 - 14:30||HIV Self-Screening Implementation in South Africa: Opportunities for Pharmacies||Mohammed Majam - Ezintsha Witz University|
|14:30 - 14:40||Q&A Session|
|14:40 - 15:10||Regulations Update: THC and CBD||Jacqui Ramage - Cape Bud|
|15:10 - 15:20||Q&A Session|
Jackie, a Rhodes graduate has been an active community pharmacist for the past 30 years. She is currently serving her second term on SA Pharmacy Council and is chair of the CWP PSSA branch. Jackie believes that community pharmacy is ideally positioned to positively contribute to the health and wellbeing of South Africans and is a critical primary care provider under NHI.
Bronwan is a Wits alumna, she has researched the radiosensitivity of HIV positive lymphocytes as well as circulating Bordetella pertussis strains. The credo: ‘Sanofi Pasteur believes in a world in which no one suffers or dies from a vaccine-preventable disease’ is one in which she believes.
Ahmed is a pharmacist, having graduated from the University of the Western Cape in 1982. After completing his internship in community pharmacy, he embarked on his working journey that saw him in several pharmacy disciplines. His early years were spent as a R&D Formulations Pharmacist at Warner Lambert. He then moved to the community pharmacy sector, serving both in South Africa and in the United Kingdom which gave him first hand experiencing and insights into the workings of NHS, particularly their pharmacy services, funding and operation models.
Sham, a community pharmacist and pharmacy owner in the Durban South Basin Area, serves as the current Chairman of ICPA. His work in the pharmacy environment has made him one of the most influential and respected pharmacists in South Africa. His passion for serving communities and realizing methods to ensure the sustainability of the independent pharmacy owner has been the driving force that defines who he is, both as a person and a pharmacist. Sham has an impressive academic portfolio which he has transferred into experience. His willingness to share this wisdom freely is testament to his commitment to the cause.
Jacqui aspires to be the rockstar of the pharmacy profession in the innovation and fresh perspective that she offers the profession, collaborating across boundaries, stereotypes and stigmas.
Jacqui graduated from Potchefstroom University (now UNW) in 1998 and moved to the beauty of the Mother City, Cape Town for her internship year at Wynberg Pharmacy. Amidst social butterflying, advocating for professional change and exploring the world, she has managed to garner experience in a majority of the professional platforms which include community, medical aid schemes, private and public hospitals, manufacturing and training pharmacy support personnel. Her passion lies in empowerment with knowledge as a trainer, facilitator, assessor and moderator and she spends much of her time in this arena.
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