Unsafe medication practices and medication errors are a leading cause of injury and avoidable harm in healthcare systems worldwide. Clinical Pharmacology is a key discipline for managing these drug-related problems.
This day provides the opportunity to highlight key messages on drug development, clinical drug research, warnings on self-medication and stopping medicines, medication errors, drug interactions and adverse drug reactions, pharmacovigilance, off label/compassionate drug use, supply management, misleading claims and fraud.
2023 Theme: PRECISION MEDICINE
|12:00||Welcome address (Prof. Ingolf Cascorbi, IUPHAR president)|
|12:05-13:10||Session on Precision Medicine (Chairs: Prof. Matthias Schwab and Prof. Ann Daly)|
|Prof. Jesse Swen: Leiden Universtiy Medical Center, Netherlands The PREPARE Study|
|The PREPARE Study|
|Prof. Josh Peterson: Vanderbilt University Medical Center, USA|
|From Novelty to Necessity: Establishing the Evidence Base for Routine Use of Pharmacogenomics|
|Prof. Collet Dandara: The University of Cape Town, South Africa|
|Warfarin Pharmacogenomics: Towards Implementation in Africa|
|13:10-13:25||Presentation of the winners of the poster competition (Prof. Maribel Lucena)|