Webinar: Working together across systems to transform vaccination policy

17 September, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) is excited to invite you to join the webinar around *"Working together across systems to transform vaccination policy: working with others in our professions, with other disciplines and agencies to establish sustainable policies."* *More information on the event can be found* here


The Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA) will be presenting some of their policy work in support of this great initiative.

Date: *23 September 2021 *

Time: *14:00 – 15:30 CEST*

Event reference number: 1.5

Register via the link


This webinar builds on the *Transforming Vaccination globally, regionally, nationally: Accelerating equity, access and sustainability through policy development and implementation” *programme launched in 2020, with more focus on equity, access, and sustainability in the provision of vaccines.

This initiative involves a two-part series of 12 online events, resulting in the signing of a commitment by FIP to accelerate equity, access and sustainability through policy development and implementation, as well as a special policy collection capturing the outcomes of this transformation programme. More information about the whole programme, supported by Pfizer, is available on the FIP Programme website here https://transformingvaccination.fip.org/

We look forward to seeing you there.

Kind regards


*Mrs Meghna Joshi-von Heyden *

Strategic Development Advisor

Commonwealth Pharmacists Association

HIFA profile: Meghna Joshi-von Heyden is Strategic Development Advisor, Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA), London UK. Meghna has worked in a number of regions including the UK, Singapore and Switzerland. She started her career as a clinical pharmacist at the regional medicines information centre, University Hospital Southampton. She then joined the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS); developing and implementing national policy programmes, standards and guidance across the UK to improve health services and the safe and effective use of medicines. During her time in Singapore, Meghna joined the Ministry of Health Holdings, implementing policies to digitise Singaporeâ s health services and develop the national App to enable better access to health data for patients. Meghna brings her extensive experience in strategy and programme management to drive CPA global health initiatives and partnerships across the Commonwealth. She is a member of the HIFA working group on information for Prescribers and Users of Medicines. meghna.vonheyden AT commonwealthpharmacy.org