The Pharmacy Game Newsletter
The First Pharmacy Game Symposium
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
09:00 AM - 16.00 PM CEST
During the symposium, the participants (Pharmacy Game partners) will present the international developments of the Pharmacy Game, take part in two inspirational sessions on sustainability and mentalization in pharmacy education, and participate in a roundtable discussion on future research and educational developments of the Pharmacy Game.
In this issue:
The introduction of the Pharmacy Game in Leiden. What is the Pharmacy Game place in the pharmacy curricula at the Leiden University Medical Center?
Insides from the Pharmacy Game in Groningen. Interview with a game-management team member and an actor, participants of the Pharmacy Game at the University of Groningen. The editors thank Christa de Vries-Vingerling and Diede Jansen for providing these materials.
Katja Taxis, Claudia Dantuma, Tanja Fens
LUMC completes the circle of Dutch Universities that use the Pharmacy Game
The Leiden University Medical Center, LUMC, is the new partner of the Pharmacy Game consortium. During the last consortium meeting, the partners met Martina Teichert, a pharmacist, epidemiologist, and associate professor at LUMC, teaching methodology. She is also involved in pharmacy practice research. Speaking of the last, she was the initiator for implementing the Pharmacy Game, GIMMICS in Leiden.Continue reading...
Interview with Christa de Vries, Pharmacy Game lecturer, and pharmaceutical consultant
Who you are?
My name is Christa de Vries. I work as a pharmaceutical consultant/ practical skills lecturer during the Pharmacy Game, GIMMICS at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands. My work experience in the field of pharmacy started back in 1985. I have worked for many years as a pharmacy assistant, and since 2009, I have been part of the Pharmacy Game team in Groningen. In addition to that, I also work in a community pharmacy in Wolvega. I am mainly involved in quality management, coordination, and policy-related activities.Continue reading...
Interview with Diede Jansen, Pharmacy Game student assistant
Who are you?
My name is Diede Jansen. I am in my third and last master's year of Medicine at the University of Groningen. As a healthcare professional, I like to improve people's quality of life. Therefore, after finishing my study, I would love to work in geriatric medicine and palliative care.