Program Name:  
Continuous Medication Education Program  

An interactive program with monthly virtual sessions accredited by SCFHS; intended for all healthcare providers that aims to provide continuous education and the latest updates in diverse aspects of medication education and management.  

Provide up-to-date information in medication education and management. 
Describe the knowledge, skills and attitude required for good patient-centered health practice.  
Expand the pharmacy workforce in a broader context within the healthcare system.  
Highlight the importance of evolution of novel technologies and medications in the healthcare landscape. 
Highlight evidence supporting current strategies for evaluation and management of challenges in various health issues.
Target Audience: 
Pharmacy Technicians 
Laboratory Specialists 
Health Administrative 
Public Health Specialists   

Sessions Table: 

Speaker Name:Session Title:Session Date
Dr. Ghada Alshehri

Medication safety Research: Methodology& Future Priorities.

Dr. Adel alhumidan

In the era of Multidrug Resistance.

Dr. Abdalrhman Alanizi

Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in Oncology.

Dr. Sumaiah Alarfaj

Pregnancy Wellness and antenatal care.

Dr. Nada Alkhani

Updates in anticoagulation reversal.

Dr.Sara Almuhisen

Are the new HIV drugs better and safer?​​


First Session: Medication Safety Researches: Methodology and Future Priorities

Trainer: Dr. Ghadah Alshehri
Enrolled students: 0
Medication safety-focused studies have been recognized to be essential for investigating the safety profile of medications. Numerous studies have been conducted to measure the scale, nature and causes of medication safety problems. Since 2000, substantial number of studies have been conducted using different methodologies and design. This workshop will present the characteristics, strengths and limitations of medication safety related research and will highlight on global research priorities for medication safety.
Location: Virtually
Registration: 75 Saudi Riyal including VAT 
Time: 6 PM - 8 PM
Date: 31-5-2022
Session Objectives:
Highlight the history of medication safety publications.
Present an overview of the methodologies used to investigated medication safety problems.
Highlight the major research priorities related to enhance medication safety practice

Second Session​

Sessions Details: 
In the era of Multidrug Resistance
Trainer: Dr. Adel Alhumidan
Enrolled students: 0
Antimicrobial resistance is one of the most serious threats to our societies. Some organisms become resistance to different classes of antimicrobial. It is challenges know to treat infectious diseases and it is complications in some patients like for example immune-compromised patients.  The most serious concern with antibiotic resistance is that some bacteria have become resistant to almost all of the easily available antibiotics. These bacteria are able to cause serious disease, and this is a major public health problem. Important examples are methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE), ESBL Producer and Carbapenem-resistant and others.  
Location: Virtually
Registration: 50 Saudi Riyal including VAT 
Date: 21-6-2022

Session Objectives:
The reasons for emergency MDR?
How we can prevented?
Which new drugs available in the market?