Our Webinars

We are actively discussing the most important global health issues the world is facing. Our technical experts are at the frontline, whether it is the COVID-19 crises or elimination of TB from the world. Check out our previous webinar recordings, freely available for download and look out on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and our Website for our upcoming Webinars. Expect to meet us on a global platform every once a month.


Transforming Global Health and the Role of the Global Pharmacist

29th-Oct-2020

Understanding the evolving role of a pharmacist from a global perspective. The webinar tells us about the past, present and future of the role of a pharmacist and how to adapt to changing times. We can also learn about the challenges faced in global health right now, strategies required for intervention and the solutions for it.

Panelists

Prof. Paul Lalvani, Dr. Catherine Duggan, Joycelyn Azeez, Prof. Steve Howard, Ms. Azuka Okeke, Robert Kimbui, Joseph Serutoche, Daudi Msasi

Moderators

Mrs. Ropafadzai Hove


Identifying Your Personal Leadership Style

27th-Oct-2020

Defining leadership, enlisting the characteristics and different attributes that makes one a leader. Understanding the difference of skills required in becoming a manager or a leader. One also gets an insight of various attributes of emotional intelligence and self management required to manage oneself and their teams effectively.

Panelists

Prof. Paul Lalvani, Prof. Bernadette Nirmal Kumar, Mr. Henri Fourcault, Prof. Denis Broun


Career Opportunities for Pharmacists in Global Health and Supply Chain with PSN

24th-Sep-2020

Enabling people to have a good understanding of global careers for pharmacists including access to medicines, procurement and supply chain. Broadening and increasing the knowledge of the art and science of Pharmacy in association with the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria.

Panelists

Prof. Paul Lalvani, Ms. Azuka Okeke, Prof. Ikoni Ogaji, Dr. Dauda Dangiwa

Moderators

Prof. Andy Barraclough, Prof. Jacob KOLAWOLE


Career Opportunities for pharmacist in Global Health and Supply Chain with PSZ

22nd-Sep-2020

Enabling people to have good understanding of global careers for pharmacists including access to medicines, procurement and supply chain. Broadening and increasing the knowledge of the art and science of pharmacy in association with the Pharmaceutical Society of Zimbabwe.

Panelists

Prof. Paul Lalvani, Prof. Andy Barraclough, Mr. Portifa Mwendera, Mr. Davison Vuragu

Moderators

Mr. Prosper Maposa, Ms. Florence Chingwena


Fundamentals of the Global Health Supply Chain and the Vital Role of India

12th-Sep-2020

Knowing about the global public health supply chain (in India), exploring potenial careers in the global health supply chain and the supporting organizations that come into play. This webinar delves deep into the robust systems of investment, procurement, production aspects in a supply chain, and how to balance them.

Panelists

Prof. Paul Lalvani, Prof. Andy Barraclough, Mr. Walter Proper

Moderators

Dr. P.S. Raychaudhuri, Dr. Sakhi John


Forecasting and Supply Chain Management of COVID-19 commodities

27th-July-2020

Understanding the current situation of global Covid - 19 supply chains, planning the availability and affordability of resources and responding to the challenges imposed by Covid - 19.

Panelists

Prof. Paul Lalvani, Prof. Andy Barraclough, Sachin Jagtap, Stephan Karengera

Moderators

Prof. Kayumba Pierre Claver, Prof. Bernadette Nirmal Kumar


Procurement and Supply Chain Management of Covid-19 Commodities

23rd-July-2020

Supply chain challenges during the pandemic, forecasting, a walk through WHO's quantification tool and capacity building across various countries.

Panelists

Prof. Paul Lalvani,Prof. Andy Barraclough, Sachin Jagtap


Supply Chain Management Leadership and Public Procurement

10th-July-2020

Le webinaire a permis de présenter aux participants comment définir le leadership, réunir les caractéristiques et les attributs qui font d’une personne un leader. Comprendre la différence entre les compétences requises pour devenir un manager ou un leader Différents attributs de l’intelligence émotionnelle et de l’autogestion nécessaire pour gérer une chaîne d’approvisionnement.

Panelists

Dr. Florence Duperval Guillaume

Moderators

Prof. Denis Broun, Mr. Henri Fourcault