Implementation ambassadors

What are ambassadors so important for the project?

Since the beginning of the project EAHP knew we needed motivated and enthusiastic hospital pharmacists willing to help their countries and others move towards Statement Implementation. For that reason, during the last General Assembly, the EAHP Implementation team asked members associations to appoint national Implementation Ambassadors.

The main role of the ambassador can be summed up as:

  • Act as primary link in between EAHP, their national associations and the implementation activities done within their countries.
  • Convey to EAHP the needs and priorities of their countries regarding Statement implementation.
  • Build resources that will help hospital pharmacists, healthcare professionals and other relevant stakeholders to implement the Statements within their hospitals.

Who are the implementation ambassadors?

So far 34 member countries are represented through their national implementation ambassadors. EAHP is closely working with the national Implementation Ambassadors to help our member countries to move towards Implementation.

The 1st EAHP Meeting of Implementation ambassadors was held in October 2016 in Brussels and was facilitated by the EAHP Implementation team. Right after this meeting, EAHP designed an action plan for ambassadors.

The 2nd EAHP Meeting of Implementation ambassadors will be held on October 2017 in Brussels.

Although each member country has its own particularities, and thus, a different approach to the implementation of the Statements, most of the ambassadors are working on the following:

  • Raise awareness
  • Identify and approach relevant stakeholders
  • Set priorities regarding Statement implementation
  • Identify barriers and needs to the implementation
  • Help EAHP to build up resources

If you want to contact your national implementation ambassador, please let us know at Statements@eahp.eu

List of national Implementation Ambassadors:

Austria                                  

Marion Alt

Belgium                                  

Nathalie Gillard

Belgium                                  

Marjoleine Desmedt 

Bosnia and Herzegovina        

Belma Alihodžić-Dilberović

Bosnia and Herzegovina          

Dragana Mitrić

Bulgaria                                

Nadezhda Grigorova

Croatia                                

Mateja Klarić

Czech Republic                        

Jindřiška Voláková

Czech Republic                                  

Marek Lžičař

Denmark                                

Jeannette Kræmer

Denmark                            

Asal Basiri

Estonia                          

Kersti Teder

Estonia                            

Maarika Maidla

Finland                                

Sini Kuitunen

France

Aurélie Guerin

France                                

Michel Le Duff

FYROM

Slagjana Peceva

Germany                                                                                

Andreas von Ameln-Mayerhofer

Greece                            

Stavroula Efstathiou

Greece                                

Calliope Allagianni

Hungary                            

Adam Kozma

Iceland                                

Thorunn K. Gudmundsdottir

Ireland                                

Richard Sykes

Italy                                                          

Sophia Elizabeth Cambell

Latvia

 

Inese Sviestiņa

 

 

 

Lithuania

Jolanta Jakaita

Malta                                      

Mario Barbara

Malta                                                      

Kathlene Cassar

Malta                                                        

Alison Brincat

Montenegro                    

Vesna Basić-Milošević

Montenegro                                

Ljiljana Jauković

Netherlands                                

Petra Brummelhuis-Visser

Norway                            

Frank Jørgensen

Poland                                                             

Monika Łopata

Portugal                              

Carla Campos

Romania                            

Simona Florea

Simona Oprea

Serbia                        

Marija Jelić

Slovakia                        

Hajnalka Komjáthy

Slovenia                        

Vesna Bizjak

Spain                      

José Manuel Martínez Sesmero

Sweden                              

Magnus Munge

Turkey       

Arif Özdemir

United Kingdom

Ewan Maule