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News

Inaugural lecture

June 2018
On June 22, Prof.dr. Michiel van Agtmael held his inaugural lecture on clinical pharmacology and pharmacotherapy education at the VU University in Amsterdam. His main conclusion was that prescribing is a complex process and that undergraduate education in prescribing during should be improved. To this end, he argues that innovative teaching methods should be developed and implemented in the medical curriculum. Watch a part of the lecture here (in Dutch). On the same day, a symposium entitled 'Teaching and learning out of a box' was organised. Teams had to compete with each other to design the most innovative teaching method for learning prescribing. One team won the prize with their idea of a game 'Escape Room for prescribing'.

ZonMW Grant

May 2018
RECIPE has received a ZonMw Grant together the Radboudumc for developing a national medication safety assessment. Students have to pass this assessment at the end of the medical curriculum. It is recognized that certain drug groups cause the majority of preventable serious adverse reactions. The assessment focuses on essential drugs. Medical students are expected to know its mechanism of action, side effects that may cause serious harm, associated risk factors, contributing comedication, and measures to prevent and to treat side effects. More information about this assessment can be found here.

EACPT Focus Meeting on education

April 2018
The University of Birmingham will host a EACPT Focus Meeting on education from Friday 7th to Saturday 8th September 2018. The aim of the meeting will be to present innovations from across Europe as well as have updates on pedagogical theory and research. The conference will aim to be inclusive and of interest to all levels of clinical pharmacologist – whether new to teaching or experienced in the field. Register now.

Thesis Award!

April 2018
On April 13, Jelle Tichelaar has won the Thesis Award of the the Dutch Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Biopharmacy (NVKF&B) for his PhD thesis entitled 'Making better prescribers during a context-based pharmactherapy learning programme'. Congratulations!

PhD thesis completed

March 2018
On March 28, Tim Schutte succesfully defended his PhD dissertation entitled 'Learning in a Student-Run Clinic: A new concept to improve medical education in pharmacotherapy'. His thesis consisted of 8 peer reviewed articles. He found that a Student-Run Clinic is an innovative and effective way of teaching rational prescribing to medical students during the undergraduate medical curriculum. It offers benefits to medical education as well as patient care. His entire thesis can be downloaded here.

PhD thesis completed

March 2018
On March 15, David Brinkman succesfully defended his PhD dissertation entitled 'Rational prescribing in Europe: Are future doctors well prepared? His thesis consisted of 9 peer reviewed articles. He argues that nearly graduated doctors in Europe currently lack essential competencies required for rational prescribing because of shortcomings in undergraduate clinical pharmacology and therapeutics education. Several Dutch news papers published an item about his research (see Paper 1, Paper 2, Paper 3). His entire thesis can be downloaded here.

Innovation Grant

February 2018
The Student-Run Clinic at the VU University Medical Center has recently received a €100.000 VUmc Innovation Grant to start and analyze the benefits of a student-led adverse drug event managing team in VUmc. The junior-adverse drug event managers (J-ADEMs) will coordinate all aspects of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) by screening hospitalized patients, taking in-depth medication history, reporting adverse drug reactions and providing causality assessments and the pharmacological explanations to the ward physician and patients. This ultimate pharmacovigilance educational method will increase students and ward physician competences in adverse drug reaction (reporting) and has the opportunity to increase patient safety.

Happy new year!

January 2018
RECIPE would like to wish you a prosperous and healthy 2018! We are looking forward to collaborate and develop new research projects in order to improve rational prescribing in Europe and elswhere.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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