GCC Pharmaceutical Congress

14 September 2014 to 17 September 2014
Amwaj Rotana Hotel, Dubai, UAE

As healthcare in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries moves towards a more patient-centric model, pharmacists are playing an increasingly important role in providing quality care to patients. The GCC Pharmaceutical Congress will provide pharmacists with up-to-date information to highlight essential solutions to the latest challenges faced by pharmacists in our region.

A variety of topics will be covered including driving leadership competencies of pharmacists, the future of pharmacy practice in the region, enhancing supply chain management, how leadership and collaboration promote medication safety and more. The congress will focus on promoting a dialogue amongst regulators, medical professionals and pharmaceutical companies to improve collaboration and ensure optimum health outcomes.

Key benefits to be gained from attending the GCC Pharmaceutical Congress:

  •          Gain insights into the latest technologies and innovations in pharmacy practice used to improve healthcare outcomes
  •          Learn about innovations in implementing clinical pharmacy services in hospitals and ambulatory care
  •          Review current issues and advances in medication safety
  •          Examine the pharmacist’s role of shared accountability in patient education and improving patient outcomes
  •          Optimise patient outcomes through safe, efficacious and cost-effective use of medications
  •          Earn CME points by attending this congress
  •          Provide an amazing opportunity for the medical community, hospitals and universities to be awarded and recognised for their valuable contribution at the GCC Pharma Awards
  •          Identify strategies for improving prescribing medicines in hospitals
  •          Prevent medication problems in risky patient population
  •          Drive the advancement of the technical, human and leadership competencies of pharmacists and pharmacy staff in complex and rapidly changing organisations
  •          Develop highly effective medication management strategies
  •          Attend master workshops that provide skill development and best practice sharing regarding intravenous sterile products as well as pharmacotherapeutic practice - impact of IT solutions on enhancing patient safety
  •          Take part in the international post congress symposium highlighting role of pharmacists in controlling and managing diabetes

Contact:

Tel: +971 4 361 9616

Email:  info@gccpharmacongress.com

For more information, please visit www.gccpharmacongress.com