For the third year in a row, the Faculty of Pharmacy at Misr International University is organizing a continuing pharmacy education program accredited by the American Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). This program is organized in collaboration with University of Georgia, USA, and will serve the following sectors:
Hospital pharmacists in the Egyptian Ministry of Health.
PharmD (Doctor of Pharmacy) students of Cairo University Faculty of Pharmacy.
Egyptian pharmacy practitioners in all sectors of the pharmacy profession.
Pharmacists in the Arab region through videoconference technology with the College of Pharmacy, Qatar University.
The event will focus on the implementation of specialized clinical services in a hospital setting.
Speakers address the following specific topics
Dr. J Russell May, (Pharm.D, FASHP) Clinical Professor, University of Georgia (USA) “New Drug Update: A Formulary Approach” “Implementing an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program in the Hospital Setting”
Dr. Dianne Williams, (Pharm.D, BCPS) Clinical Associate Professor, University of Georgia (USA)
“Implementing An Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring Program in the Hospital Setting”
Dr. Tad Gomez, (M.Sc., RPh) Clinical Associate Professor, University of Georgia (USA)
“Implementing A Pharmacist Run Anticoagulation Clinic”
This event aims at fulfilling part of the mission of the MIU Faculty of Pharmacy which includes enhancing pharmacy practice and education in government as well as private sectors in Egypt and in the whole region.