MOWE-01 - Sharing ideas of member organisations: Egyptian Organization of Pharmacy & Korean Pharmaceutical Association



Prof. Kyeong Hee Kwon, Korean Pharmaceutical Association


FIP member organisations will present their best initiatives and challenges.


08:00 – 08:05 Introduction by the chairs
08:05 – 08:25

Artificial intelligence (AI) in new pharmacy specialties, real example from Eastern Mediterranean

Egyptian Organization of Pharmacy

In this session, we will delve into the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) in the field of pharmacy, with a specific focus on the Eastern Mediterranean region. We will explore a real example that highlights how AI is being utilized in pharmacy specialities in that region, showcasing its practical applications and impact.

08:25 – 08:45

Mentor pharmacist of the smart hospital that are safe for patients-The hope of future pharmacists

Korean Pharmaceutical Association

The first role of a pharmacist to treat patients is to administer medicine well, but in a changing era, a more necessary role is mentoring that can move patients to cope with stress. As society becomes more complex, it is a common idea that the root cause of many diseases is stress, and it is said that the problem is not being able to use it positively. However, it seems that pharmacists have not yet developed the education necessary for these change. If we grow up a pharmacist who can help the patients through counseling and solve the root cause of their heartache, pharmacist’s status in society will increase even more. Therefore, since 2017, the Pharmacy Department of Seoul National University Hospital has been providing education to develop the humanitarian quality of all employees together with an institution specializing in humanities education called ‘Nature Law Institute’. So, I would like to share this experience with pharmacists around the world. In addition, we would like to share the needs for changes in education according to the changing role of pharmacists.