The reporting of studies conducted using observational.
Pharmacoepidemiological research is a promising tool to improve long-term outcome of preventive and therapeutic measures. The EAHP Scientific Committee has identified the hospital pharmacists’ need to manage health data to perform research which can be submitted to the EAHP (and other associations) as congress contributions and as well as articles for publication in EJHP (and other journals.
The REporting of studies Conducted using Observational Routinely-collected health Data (RECORD) Statement for Pharmacoepidemiology (RECORD-PE) Endorsed by the ISPE Board of Directors April 6, 2018 2 Abstract In pharmacoepidemiology, routinely-collected data (RCD) from electronic health records, including primary care databases, registries and administrative healthcare claims are broadly.
Abstract. Pharmacoepidemiology (PE) applies epidemiologic concepts to clinical pharmacology. This discipline was born on 1960s and since then various methods and techniques have been developed to design and analyze medications’ data. 1 This chapter will review the factors involved in the selection of the type of pharmacoepidemiologic study design, and advantages and disadvantages of these.
Read papers from the keyword Pharmacoepidemiology with Read by QxMD. keyword — Papers. Topics. Login Sign Up. Sign Up; Login. METHODS: We identified pregnancies in women aged 15 to 49 years registered in the Database for Pharmacoepidemiological Research in Primary Care (BIFAP) between 2002 and 2015. The algorithm applied sequential cycles that searched in hierarchical order for indicators.
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The European Network of Centres for Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacovigilance (ENCePP) was launched on 28 June, 2007 with 79 participants who agreed to develop an active research network based on principles of transparency, scientific independence, and common quality standards.
The establishment of these registers was considered a “first step” towards pharmacoepidemiological research in Denmark. Since the implementation of the prescription databasess, Danish researchers have since garnered a reputation as international leaders in pharmacoepidemiological research. (See references for links to the papers outlining the pharmacoepidemiology databases in Denmark (1-4.