SAAHIP is an acronym for the South African Association of Hospital and Institutional Pharmacists.
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FOCUS AREA: RELATIONSHIPS WITH EMPLOYERS AND POLICY MAKERS
This involves all the aspects that deals exclusively with Hospital Pharmacy have compliance with Legislation, Standards, Acts which determine the conditions of service and termination of employment that will apply to members of the Association, including the right to recognise and deal with trade unions, staff associations, or any other employee groups. It furthers deals with the insurance that the policy makers recognises the need of facility compliance in order to ensure efficient and effective service delivery with the correct skills mix in the staffing component.
RESPONSIBLE CO-ORDINATOR: PRESIDENT
FOCUS AREA: PLANNING FOR PHARMACY 2030
This involves all aspects of the role of pharmaceutical service in attaining the objectives of the NDP 2030, which entails the Health systems reforms towards universal Health Care, Primary Health Care re-engineering with appropriate staffing and all posts filled with skilled committed and competent persons.
RESPONSIBLE CO-ORDINATOR: WESTERN CAPE
FOCUS AREA: MEMBERSHIP, MARKETING AND BRANDING
Promoting and marketing SAAHIP, as a sector of the PSSA, as a national professional association representing pharmacists who practise in institutions, for example hospitals, clinics and managed care organisations, both in the public and private sectors. To provide information and promote benefits to its members and may advance the interests of its members. Promote the pharmaceutical profession, educational and economic interests to members of the public and other stakeholders.
RESPONSIBLE CO-ORDINATOR: NORTHERN GAUTENG
FOCUS AREA: POLICIES AND LEGISLATION
Evaluate any bills, laws, ordinances, proclamations, pronouncements or enactments (laws), whether emanating from Parliament, provincial authorities or local authorities, or from any entity which either affects or may affect the interests of pharmacists and members of the Association, and, where appropriate, to consult, object, oppose on behalf of its members; conduct compliance surveys and make recommendations regarding the findings