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DRUG UTILISATION STUDIES: INTRODUCTION AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS


OBJECTIVES



To understand the need to study how medicines are used.

To describe the general characteristics of the different methods to study the use of medicines, and to identify them.

To know the different methods and measures that allow quantitative approach to medicines utilisation.

To carry out critical appraisal of quantitative drug utilisation studies.

To design, to carry out and to analyze quantitative studies of medicines utilisation in different clinical settings.

Consumption, market, DDD, sales, appraisal

 

MODULE PARTS



  1. Measurement of drug use
  2. Overview of drug utilisation studies (DUS)
  3. Quantitative measures of drug utilisation.
  4. Design of quantitative DUS
  5. How to read papers on quantitative DUS

 

TRAINER TEAM



Coordinator: Prof Albert Figueras (from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Expert(s): Janice Fuller (from Amgen NV), Prof Joan-Ramon Laporte, Josep Maria Castel, Eduard Diogène, Dr Dolores Rodriguez, Dr Imma Danés (from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), Noah Jamie Robinson (from F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd), Dr Ulf Bergman (from Karolinska Institutet).

Intermediate level
75 h workload over 3 months (3 ECTS credits)
Key dates
Course calendar
Certificate award
or included in Master Year 2 or PhD programme
English language
Online based learning
Student: 1,500 €
Professional: 3,000 €
  Savings could be offered under eligibility conditions.

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from January 29th, 2018 to September 09th, 2018.
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