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*Programme will be conducted in GMT+8 timezone

Sunday, 4 July 2021

Time

08:30 - 09:15

07:30 - 08:30

09:15 - 09:30

Programme Outline

Plenary 4

Clinician Scholarship: Idea Conception to Publication

Prof Brian Erstad

Professor and Head,

Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science,

The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy,

United States of America

Abstract Oral Presentation 

VIRTUAL EXHIBITION AND POSTER VIEWING

09:30 - 11:00

Track 1C

Clinical Updates 

New Therapeutic Agents for HIV treatment

Ms Lim Jia Hui

Senior Pharmacist (Clinical),
National Centre for Infectious Diseases,

Tan Tock Seng Hospital,

Singapore

Emerging Roles of Direct Oral Anticoagulants in Peripheral Artery Disease and Valvular Atrial Fibrillation

Ms Tan Su Ching

Principal Clinical Pharmacist, 
Inpatient Pharmacy,
National University of Singapore, 
Singapore

Direct oral anticoagulants for Cancer-associated Venous Thromboembolism – Are we there yet?

Ms Golda Wang

Senior Pharmacist (Clinical),
Alexandra Hospital,
Singapore

Track 2C

Data-Driven eHealth
 

Establishment of Individualized Medication and Safety Monitoring Platform for Chronic Diseases Based Upon Clinical Data Analyzed by AI Algorithms - Conducted by a Chinese Clinical Pharmacist Team

Dr Yan Liu 
Associate Chief Pharmacist,
Department of Clinical Pharmacy,
Xin Hua Hospital,
Affiliated to Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine,
China

Enhancing Medication Safety & Operational Efficiency via Integrated Solutions (TBC)

Mr Eric Yang

Principal Pharmacist, 

Tan Tock Seng Hospital,

Singapore

Using Data Science and AI To Improve Management of Chronic Diseases and Mental Health in Singapore

Prof Robert JT Morris

Chief Technology Strategist,

MOH Office for Healthcare Transformation,

Singapore 

Track 3C

Advancing Your Career as a Practitioner, Teacher and Researcher Advancing through Collaborative Learning

Utilizing a Novel Collaborative Educational Model to Enhance Experiential Training

Prof Jeffery A. Kyle

Vice Chair and Director of Experiential Education and Professor Clinical Pharmacy Specialist,

Shelby Baptist Medical Center,

Department of Pharmacy Practice,

Samford University, McWhorter School of Pharmacy,

United States of America

Developing Continuing Pharmacy Education Programmes to Advance Practice of Your Existing Pharmacy Workforce

Dr Yap Kai Zhen 

Lecturer,
Department of Pharmacy,

National University of Singapore,

Singapore

Enhancing Clinical Pharmacy Practice Through Research and Scholarship

Prof Alan Lau

Professor Emeritus and Director,
International Clinical Pharmacy Education, Pharmacy Practice

University of Illinois, Chicago,

United States of America

Track 4C

Pharmaceutical (Manufacturing, GMP, QA/QC) and Supply Chains

The Hierarchy Control for The Safe Handling of Antitumor Drugs

Dr Takashi Egawa

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 

Fukuoka University,

Japan

Audit of Pharmacy Services in Regional Oncology Centres (Focusing on Service Standards)

Ms Ritchie Kwok

Chief of Staff,

Hong Kong Integrated Oncology Centre,

Hong Kong SAR

Transforming Medication Supply Chains - Singapore’s Journey

Ms Amy Chan 

Senior Assistant Director,

Ministry of Health, 

Singapore

11:00 - 11:30

VIRTUAL EXHIBITION AND POSTER VIEWING

11:30 - 12:30

Plenary 5

Digitalisation Beyond 2020: Online Accessibility to Medicines

Prof Lilian M. Azzopardi
Professor and Head,

Department of Pharmacy
University of Malta
President, European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy,

Malta

12:30 - 13:30

13:30 - 13:45

Lunch Symposium 1

This symposium is sponsored by Procter & Gamble Health

(P&G Health)

From a Neurologist to Pharmacists: Winning the Peripheral Neuropathy Battle Together

Lunch Symposium 2

This symposium is sponsored by Hyphens Pharma

The Art and Science of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Management

Dr Kewin Siah Tien Ho

Consultant,
Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology,
National University Hospital,
Secretary-General, 
Asian Neurogastroenterology and Motility Association,
President, 
IBS Support Group Singapore,
Singapore

Award Ceremony - Best Oral Presentation / Best Poster

13:45 - 14:30

Plenary 6

Topic: TBC

Speaker: TBC

14:30 - 16:00

Track 1D

Cardiology and Lipids Track

Role of the Clinical Pharmacist in the Multi-Disciplinary Advanced Heart Failure Clinic

Dr Krittin Bunditanukul,

Department of Pharmacy Practice,

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science,

Chulalongkorn University,

Thailand

Updates in Lipid Management – Triumphs and Challenges with the Newer Agents

Dr Tan Hong Chang

Senior Consultant, Department of Endocrinology,

Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

Track 2D

Health Technology Assessment (HTA)

Essentials of Health Technology Assessment

Dr Pritaporn Kingkaew

Researcher, 

Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program (HITAP), 

Department of Health, 

Ministry of Public Health, 

Thailand

Applications of Health Technology Assessment (HTA)

Prof Tracy Merlin

Interim Head,

School of Public Health, University of Adelaide,

Professor of Health Technology Assessment,

Director,

Adelaide Health Technology Assessment (AHTA),

South Australia

Track 3D

Clinical Updates II

Antibiotic Duration: How Short Can We Go?

Dr Ng Tat Ming
Principal Pharmacist (Clinical), 
Tan Tock Seng Hospital, 
Singapore

Debate on Triple (Proposition) or Dual (Opposition) Inhaler

for COPD?

Proposition

Mr Lee Tingfeng

Senior Pharmacist (Clinical), Division of Pharmacy

Tan Tock Seng Hospital,

Singapore

Opposition

Ms Chng Yanpei

Principal Pharmacist

Changi General Hospital,

Singapore

Additional Topics: TBC

Additional Speakers: TBC

Track 4D

Pharmaceutics / Basic Sciences / Innovative Drug Delivery 

3D Printing in Personalized Healthcare

Dr Goh Wei Jiang

CEO and Co-Founder,

Craft Health Pte Ltd,

Singapore

Nanomedicine Revisited: A Facelift for Personalised Therapy

A/Prof Matthias G. Wacker
Department of Pharmacy,
National University of Singapore, 
Singapore

16:00 - 16:30

20th ACCP Closing Ceremony

16:30

END OF DAY 4

Updated as of 31 Mar 2021. Programme may be subjected to changes without prior notice.