Biographies Speakers

Charlotte Rossing, MSc, PhD (Pharm) Charlotte Rossing graduated from the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1998. In 2003 she received a PhD degree in Social pharmacy with a thesis named: 'The Practice of Pharmaceutical care in Denmark - a quantitative approach'. Subsequently, Charlotte Rossing joined Pharmakon, where she is the Director of Research and Development. Charlotte Rossing has for the past 12 years worked with the research, development and implementation of Pharmaceutical care Services in community pharmacies. Developing tools for delivery, implementation and sustainability of services in a practice setting. Charlotte Rossing has been involved in projects under the following topics: Medical technology assessment of dose dispensing Safe and effective medication (compliance and concordance) Compliance and welfare technologies Clinical pharmacy in residential and nursing homes Medication reviews and counselling Patient safety in the medication of disabled persons in residential facilities Pharmacy and municipality collaboration in public health activities Primary-care based initiatives to enhance medication safety in transition of care Charlotte Rossing acts as reviewer in several international journals. She has been active in planning sessions at FIP, since 2011and has been co-chairing Forum for Innovators 2011-14, a programme organised by FIP Community Pharmacy Section. She has been on the Board of PCNE since 2011, acting as chair from 2014-2015.