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Lessons Learnt From COVID-19 Pandemic

30 March 2023

The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly changed the way many of us work especially during the waves or surges of cases. Pharmacists, as frontline healthcare workers, found themselves in vulnerable position as they spent significant amount of time clarifying drug orders and briefing patients on the medications they had been prescribed. The twist of events forced many to shift to delivery of services through telehealth and telemedicine. In addition, drug shortages not only highlighted the need for contingency plans for alternative supplies but added to the stress in managing the situation whilst pharmacists struggled to ensure their own mental well-being and safety.

We need to learn what went well and what did not work so that rectifications or preparations can be made to protect pharmacists and their patients from potentially another new wave or a new pandemic in association with another infectious disease pathogen.

After the lecture, the participants will be able to gain an understanding on:

  • Key lessons learnt from COVID-19 pandemic
  • Importance of reviewing processes for improvement / enhancement
  • Setting preparedness plans and actions

Click here for more lecture details.


To register (internet access is required), scan the QR code or click on the web link. Registration closes on 20 March 2023, Monday.

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Upon registration, participants agreed to PGAHI Terms & Conditions.  Kindly note that PGAHI reserves the right of final decision on lecture registration.

Lecture Details


30 March 2023, Thursday



6.30 pm - 7.30 pm



60 minutes






Zoom Cloud Meetings


Registration Closing Date:

20 March 2023, Monday


Target Audience:



(Zoom Capacity: 500

This lecture will be conducted via Zoom Cloud Meetings app. For ease of accessing the lecture, please download/update Zoom Cloud Meetings app. Details of the lecture meeting link will be sent to the successful registrants nearer the lecture date.)