I am excited to invite you to the next workshop of our upcoming Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics “Teach the Teacher” (CP4T) course, about the revision of the WHO Guide to Good Prescribing and its well-known 6-step model.
This course is a continuation of our successful series of educational events, following the on-site meetings held in November 2022, which focused on examinations, June 2023, which delved into AI, planetary health, and diversity in prescribing education (EACPT Educations days), and the online meeting in January 2024, which focused on Flipped the Classroom. Building on the momentum of these past gatherings, our upcoming course promises to be equally insightful and engaging.
When is the course:
Date: June 9, 2024
Time: 17.00-19.30h CEST
Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
We are also working to facilitate the option for online participation.
NOTE: This course is part of the EACPT 2024 congress, scheduled to take place from June 8-11 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Registration for the EACPT is not required to attend this course. Nevertheless, we strongly encourage you to participate in this engaging and promising congress. For additional details, please visit Home – EACPT 2024 Rotterdam. Abstract submissions are still being accepted until February 13: Abstract submission – EACPT 2024 Rotterdam
About the Course:
Our primary focus lies in the revision of the WHO Guide to Good Prescribing and its 6-step model. We will explore the details of this revision, but most importantly we will delve into its practical integration into your curriculum. It is noteworthy that this model stands as the sole approach with documented effectiveness in teaching and training Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics to medical students on a global scale.
Who is invited?:
You are receiving this invitation as part of the Network of Teachers in Pharmacotherapy (NOTIP) of the European Association for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, or because you have previously participated in one of the CP4T courses. Your expertise and experience in pharmacotherapy education make your participation especially valuable. Also colleagues are able to join, so we encourage you to share this invitation with them who are interesting to join.
Looking forward to your participation and the valuable contributions you will bring to our learning community.
Also on behalf of the CP4T consortium,