Dubai International Pharmaceuticals & Technologies Conference and Exhibition
09 - 11 March 2021
SUPPLY CHAIN PRESENTATION
09:15 - 09:50
|Effective cold chain management: Oman experience|
Dr. Khalid Alfarsi | Oman
Dr. Khalid Alfarsi | OmanSection Head of Central Vaccine Stores, Department of Medical stores,Directorate General of Medical supplies
Khalid Al-Farsi, male, MSc Supply chain and operation, Master in Pharmacy, graduated from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow UK. At present, I am working as a Section Head of Central Vaccine Stores in the Department of Medical stores at the Directorate General of Medical supplies, Ministry of Health, Oman. Since 2005, WHO certified as a trainer for WHO Global Training Network on Vaccine Management Course conducted by WHO. Performed as Temporary Advisor/facilitator for WHO, assignment of Vaccine management. From 1994 - 2019, worked in central vaccine store, highlights of activities; As an in charge of vaccine management, cold chain and vaccine logistics the incumbent responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring the program related to vaccine management, vaccine transportation, selection of cold chain equipment, estimation of supply requirements and will support the health institution in the region to improve their vaccine management system.
09:50 - 10:30
|Last mile supply chain|
Dr. Saleh Alzahrani | Saudi Arabia
Dr. Saleh Alzahrani | Saudi ArabiaSupply Chain Director
My name is Saleh Alzahrani, working as supply chain director in king Fahad Armed Forces Hospital in Jeddah, I’m holding a master degree from Leeds university in pharmaceutical engineering. My carrier has been shifted from pharmacy practices to supply chain Leadership. I’m a team leader for more than 120 members. I’ve led many projects to optimize the whole supply chain operations. Very interested in digitalization and health care transformation.
11:00 - 11:35
|Supply chain management, Kingdom of Bahrain|
Dr. Eman Al Aali | Bahrain
Dr. Eman Al Aali | BahrainPharmacist, Salmaniya Medical Complex
• Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy. Dubai Pharmacy College, United Arab Emirates, July 2009. CGPA 3.85 • Associate Degree in Pharmacy. College of Health sciences Ministry of Health, Bahrain, January 2006. CGPA 3.80 Salmaniya Medical Complex • Position: pharmacist, April 2010. • Head of Preparation and Inventory control since 2017 • Head of Auditing and inspections Committee. • Member of medication safety committee. • Member of Risk Management team. • Member of Bahrain Pharmacists Society. • Aramco Hospital, Saudi Arabia. On Job Training as Sterile Compounding Preparation, 2013. • Compounding Sterile preparation and Aseptic technique USP <797> Training program. Jeddah 21-27 April 2017 • JALPHAR, UAE, Ras Al Khaima, Position: On Job Training, One Month • Delmon private Pharmacy Position: On Job Training, Six Months
11:35 - 12:10
|Innovation in supply chain management|
Dr. Hamad AlMehrizi | Oman
Dr. Hamad AlMehrizi | OmanAssistant Director of Drug Store at Directorate General of Medical Supplies.
HAMED AL MAHRIZI is a senior supply chain management, specialized pharmacist graduated from the Oman Assistant, Pharmacy Institute in Sultanate of Oman in 1999 with a Diploma in Pharmacy. Then he continued his further study to graduate from the University of Strathclyde (Scotland, UK) in 2007 with Master of Sciences of Pharmacy (Mpharm). He received his Master of Science degree (MSc) in Supply Chain and Operation Management in 2011 from the University of Strathclyde (Scotland, UK). Hamed joined Directorate General of Medical Supplies (DGMS) in 1999 and worked in different positions which helped him to gain extensive experience in supply chain management. Currently he is working as Assistant Director of Drug Store at Directorate General of Medical Supplies. He is very passionate about innovation and technology solutions, hence he led various information technology improvement projects within DGMS and he was chosen to lead the project of implementation of GS1 standards within the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain.
12:10 - 12:45
|Supply chain and the need to change with KSA vision 2030|
Dr. Ibrahim S. Alamr | Saudi Arabia
Dr. Ibrahim S. Alamr | Saudi ArabiaAssistant of General Director
He got his bachelor degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences from College of Pharmacy in King Saud University in 2002, and his Master Degree in Health and Hospital Administration from College of Business Administration in King Saud University in 2010. He starts his career as a Pharmacist at King Abdulaziz Medical City at Ministry of National Guard for a short period, then he joint Alnakheel Medical Center in Ministry of Defence. During 18 years in Alnakheel Medical Center, he held many positions in Pharmacy as Inventory Control Supervisor and Pharmacy Supervisor. After he get his Master degree in Health and Hospital Administration in 2010, he promoted to be the Assistant Director of Alnakheel Medical Center tell today. Beside his position, he held other positions. He was the supervisor for Medical Record Department, Nursing Department, and Call-Center Department. He was a Project Manager in Medical Supply Department for a period of time. He participated with the Saudi Pharmaceutical Society as the Editor of Alsaydali Magazine in 2007, and as the president of Saudi Hospital Pharmacy Club in the period (2008-2011).
12:45 - 13:30
|Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks|