6th AIM Global Deans Forum: Integrating science and practice into pharmacy/pharmaceutical education

Tuesday 29 September 2015
E1.3, 3 hours

Organised by FIPEd


AIM members, Deans and academic leaders from around the world will discuss, debate and share how pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences education institutions are transforming their programmes towards achieving better health. The discussions and debate during this one and half day Forum, that offers knowledge-based and application-based activities, will focus on areas of critical importance in the role of pharmacy education institutions, focusing on educating the pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences workforce of the future.


Part III – Academic leadership leading change

Knowledge-based session

Deans’ Global Leadership

Facilitator:  David Hill (University of Saskatchewan, Canada)

1) University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy Center for Leading Healthcare Change

Lowell Anderson (University of Minnesota, USA)

2) The Pan American Conference on Pharmaceutical Education: much more than recommendations

Patricia Acuna (University of Valparaiso, Chile)

3) The role of academia in re-engineering the pharmacy landscape: Experience from the Philippines

Eric Salenga (University of the Philippines, Philippines)


Part IV – Strategic planning for the future

Application- based session

Deans’ Global Strategy

Facilitator: Wayne Hindmarsh (Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, Canada)

Outcomes of the Global Students Learning Experiences Questionnaire

Naoko Arakawa (University College London, UK)