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FPM Education Day 2019

FPM EDUCATION DAY 2019
 
DEBATE | LEARN | DEVELOP
 
Patients in the Practice of
Pharmaceutical Medicine

Date: 12th June 2019
Venue: NCVO, 8 All Saints Street, London, N1 9RL

#FPMEduDay2019

 

For this year's sixth annual FPM Education Day we will be returning to the canal-side venue of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO). We have an exciting line-up of speakers and facilitators confirmed for what will be a day of interative learning and practical outcomes on the theme of Patients in the Practice of Pharmaceutical Medicine.

 

 


Programme

09:30 - 10:00 Registration
10:00 - 10:05 Introduction and housekeeping
10:05 - 10:45 Speaker
Dr Lode Dewulf
10:45 - 11:05 Tea and coffee
11:10 - 12:30 Workshops (round 1)
- Social media: balancing patient expectations with compliance
- Writing in plain English: creating effective lay versions of technical documents
- Patient engagement in study design
- Helping your trainee take the patient perspective
12:35 - 13:15 Speaker
Ms Trishna Bharadia
13:15 - 14:15 Lunch
14:20 - 15:40 Workshops (round 2)
Repeat of morning workshops
15:40 - 16:00 Tea and coffee
16:00 - 16:30 Plenary and close


The venue

The FPM Education Day 2019 will be held at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.


Speakers

Ms Trishan Bharadia, Patient Engagement Consultant
Dr Lode Dewulf, Chief Patient Officer, Servier


Workshops

Social media: balancing patient expectations with compliance
Facilitator: TBC

Summary
This workshop explores social media as a channel which can be used by pharmaceutical physicians to inform and support patients. This includes consideration of patient expectations and use of social media channels and the ethical and compliance framework which must be respected in this context.

Learning objectives
1. To gain some insight into ways in which patients use social media (channels, content).
2. To understand what ethical and Code requirements apply to social media use
3. To conisder how social media can be used by pharmaceutical physicians in a compliant fashion.


Writing in plain English: creating effective lay versions of technical documents
Facilitator: Professor Theo Raynor

Summary
Effective communication requires the use of media and language appropriate to the receipent. This workshop considers how to ensure that technical documents such as consent forms, contracts, lay summaries of studies and the risk management plan provide meaningful content for patients.

Learning objectives
1. To understand the principles underpinning plain English and be able to apply them to a variety of technical documents
2. To gain insight into good practice for the preparation and review of lay documents.


Patient engagement in study design
Facilitator: Dr Guy Yeoman

Summary
This workshop explores good practice in patient engagement in all phases of clinical research and the benefits to be gained from such an approach.

Learning objectives
1. To understand where patient input can benefit study design
2. To provide an overview of good practice in the practical involvement of patients
3. To develop awareness of how patient engagement can improve the quality of clinical research and the relevance of data generated.


Helping your trainee take the patient perspective
Facilitator: Dr Liz Clark

Summary
Primarily designed for Educational Supervisors, this workshop correlates patient engagement activities across the practice of medicine development and commercialisation with the Pharmaceutical Medicine Specialty Training (PMST) curriculum.

Learning objectives
1. To increase the Educational Supervisor's awareness of the span of patient engagement activities
2. To provide an overview of good practice in the area
3. To identify potential areas where patient engagement activities can form evidence in the trainee's e-portfolio.

Please be advised that delegates can attend two workshops only. Please make sure you select the two workshops you want to attend.


How to register

Registration fees

PMST rate £100
 FPM member rate  £145
 Non-FPM member rate  £195


The PMST rate is available to:
1. Pharmaceutical physicians enrolled on the PMST programme
2. GMC-approved Educational Supervisors in pharmaceutical medicine
3. Deanery-approved Associate Educational Supervisors
4. Specialty Advisers
5. Members of the JRCPTB Specialist Advisory Committee on Pharmaceutical Medicine
4. Postgraduate Dean of the Pharmaceutical Medicine Deanery.

 

 

Please be advised that delegates can only attend two workshops only. Please make sure you select the two workshops you want to attend.

The FPM will close booking on Monday 3 June 2019. Please read the FPM's terms and conditions for booking and its privacy policy.

FPM Education Day has been an annual fixture in the FPM event calendar since 2014. View our previous FPM Education Days.