Biographies Speakers

Rob Moss was trained as a hospital pharmacist in Haarlem, The Netherlands. He has worked in a clinical setting since. He was head of pharmacy at Lange Land hospital, a general hospital and staff member at the Central hospital pharmacy in the Hague. Later he was director of pharmacy at Farmadam, a pharmacy serving 6000 beds in the Amsterdam region specialised in pharmaceutical care for geriatric and mentally disabled patients. During his board membership of the Dutch Association of Hospital Pharmacists he set up a knowledge management site for the organisation. He now works as a consultant in hospital pharmacy, helping improve patient care, optimise organisations and educate hospital pharmacists and other professional staff. He is passionate about optimising health systems by integrating new developments in IT and eHealth technologies in work processes. Both in high and low-and middle income countries. He serves as vice-president Europe for the Hospital Pharmacy Section of the International Federation of Pharmacists (FIP) and director of professional development in the Board of the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists. In these capacities he contributes to improve (hospital) pharmacy services and outcomes at European and global level.