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Presidents Report

ISOPP General Meeting

Wed 5 th April, 2006

Graham Sewell


Report Summary

• Activities on behalf of ISOPP:

- maintenance of the Society

- representation of ISOPP

- planning of ISOPP X

- new initiatives

• Key achievements of ISOPP (2004-2006)

2006)

• Ongoing work

• Future Prospects


Maintenance of ISOPP

• Communication with Members;

- ISOPP Newsletter (8 editions)

- Response to individual communications

(148 e-mails) e

• Management and direction of professional

management / web-site service providers,

CMC and CHIC

• Co-ordination ordination of ISOPP Committee Chairs

• Direction of Secretariat / Chair meetings


E-mails!

• Received from (examples):

Helen Leather: 931

Thomas Garms: : 537

Jill Davies: 219

Helen McKinnon: 328

Barry Goldspiel: : 183

Mr Lam: 491

• Sent out: 2815


Representation of ISOPP

• May 2004; Produced article on ISOPP for FIP

young members section

• 18,May 2004: Thai Oncology Pharmacists

meeting, Bangkok.

• 21 May 2004: Malaysian Oncology Pharmacists

meeting, KL.

• 10 November 2004: Diploma in Oncology

Pharmacy, Valencia, Spain

• 14 December 2004: Italian Oncology Interest

meeting, Genoa, Italy.


Representation of ISOPP

• 12 April 2005: Royal Pharmaceutical

Society of GB meeting (National CIVAS

Group), London.

• 30-31 31 April, 2005: Cancer Care Ontario

Pharmacist meeting, Toronto, Canada

• 2-44 June, 2005: HOPA Inaugural

Conference, San Diego, USA

• 2-44 August, 2005: Australasian Regional

meeting, Adelaide, Australia


Representation of ISOPP

• 14-16 16 October, 2005: BOPA meeting,

Glasgow, UK

• 18-21 October, 2005: GERPAC meeting,

Nice, France

• 10-11 11 November, 2005: Lebanese

Oncology Pharmacy Study Day, Beirut,

Lebanon.

• 13-15 15 March, 2006: DUPHAT meeting,

Dubai, UAE


Planning ISOPP X

• Co-ordination ordination of key secretariat members

and Committee Chairs

• Decisions over contracts, speakers, issues

• Conference calls with Science Committee

Chair and Treasurer

• Resolution of difficulties

• Overseas sponsors


New Initiatives (1)

• “Salary Banding”

Income/month


0-2000

2000-4000

4000-6000

>6000

ISOPP fee €

30

55

75

95


New Initiatives (2)

• Postal voting by ISOPP Members

• Membership balloted on both initiatives:

A. Postal voting; 107 approve, 1 against

(99.1% in favour)

B. Salary banding: 97 approve, 11 against

(89.8% in favour)


Key Achievements of ISOPP

(2004-2006)

2006)

• Introduce salary banding – fairer society

• Introduce postal voting- more representative

• Indexing of Journal of Oncology Pharmacy

Practice

• Bringing ISOPP X to Malaysia. Opening the

doors of ISOPP to the Far East.

• First draft of ISOPP Guidelines

• Further improvements to website


Ongoing Work

• Affiliation to FIP

• Revision of Rules and

Constitution

• Sponsorship for

members benefits

• ISOPP XI Symposium

– Where is ISOPP XI,

by the way?

ISOPP XI

Is in

San Diego

USA

June 2008


Future Prospects

• Increased global

representation in

ISOPP

• Development of

Committee activities

• Become key opinion

leader

• Maintain “Family-

Values”