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2017 EUROPEAN DRUG UTILISATION RESEARCH GROUP (EURODURG) CONFERENCE

University of Strathclyde | Glasgow, UK
From 320 to 750 GBP
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Title: 2017 EUROPEAN DRUG UTILISATION RESEARCH GROUP (EURODURG) CONFERENCE
Specialty: Clinical Pharmacology
Dates: From Nov, 15, 2017 to Nov, 17, 2017
Location: Glasgow, UK
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 320 to 750 GBP
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Event Venue:

University of Strathclyde

Glasgow, UK Visit the Venue to read more
Currency:
GBP
Concerned Audience:
  • Medical_Professionals
  • Medical_students
  • Nurses
Event Overview
Welcome message:

Most articles reporting cross-national comparison (CNC) of drug utilization (DU) data focus on reporting of outcomes. Method sections generally contain little information about data sources, data management, bias control, etc.,. Furthermore, discussion sections rarely contain in depth considerations of limitations of data sources. We must be aware that studies attempting CNC of DU data are particularly prone to systematic biases which could seriously jeopardize the validity of the comparison.  In a collaborative effort of EuroDURG, WHO Collaborating Centre of Utrecht University and a grant from ISPE, we developed a methodology to assess the validity of CNC studies. This work resulted in a Good Practice Guideline for designing, conducting, reporting and reviewing CNC studies.


Aims


To demonstrate the problems encountered while comparing DU data of different countries

To give a global overview of the CNC guideline

To focus on sources of bias in designing a CNC study

To focus on sources of bias in conducting a CNC study

Description


In a general introduction, using a large range of published CNC studies, methodological pitfalls that have jeopardized the comparison will be demonstrated. It will be shown that all problems encountered are mapped and discussed while developing a CNC methodology. The results of this common effort, the CNC guidelines will be globally presented. Then we will focus first on the sources of bias in designing a CNC study and second on the sources of bias in conducting a CNC study. Different published examples will be presented and the published information will be used to evaluate possible biases using a CNC checklist, developed for this purpose.

Speakers/Faculty:


Bjoern Wettermark, Sweden


 

Pic Bruce Guthrie

Bruce Guthrie, UK


 

Chris Robertson, Scotland

Chris Robertson, UK


Jane Robertson, Denmark

Jane Robertson, UK


 

Janet Krska, England

Janet Krska, UK


 

Maria Matuz, Hungary

Maria Matuz, Hungary


Margaret Ryan, Scotland

Margaret Ryan, UK


 

Nicky Britten, England

Nicky Britten, UK


 

Peter Mol, The Netherlands

Peter Mol, The Netherlands


Petra Denig, The Netherlands

Petra Denig, The Netherlands


 

Sean MacBride-Stewart, Scotland

Seán MacBride-Stewart, UK


 

Rachel Bruce, Scotland

Rachel Bruce, UK


Simon Hurding, Scotland

Simon Hurding, UK


 

Stephen Campbell, England

Stephen Campbell, UK


 


Stijn Van de Velde, Norway


Veronika Wirtz, USA

Veronika Wirtz, USA


 

Yared Santa Ana-Tellez, Spain

Yared Santa Ana-Tellez, Spain/Mexico


 

Ylva Boettiger, Sweden

Ylva Boettiger, Sweden



Alison Strath, UK


 


Anna Birna Almarsdottir, Denmark


 


Antti Tanskanen, Finland



Carlos Duran, Belgium/Ecuador


 


Claudia Garcia Serpa Osorio-de-Castro, Brazil


 


Fatima Suleman, South Africa



Gabriel Sanfélix-Gimeno, Spain


 


Helga Gardarsdottir, The Netherlands


 


Lisa Pont, Australia



Robert Vander Stichele, Belgium


 


Thomas Balkizas, UK


 


Thomas Cars, Sweden



Monique Elseviers, Belgium


 


Emma Aarnio, Finland


 


Mikael Hoffmann, Sweden



Rolf Groenwold, The Netherlands


 


Marion Bennie, UK

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Currency:

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Registration Cost
Type
Early Registration

2017-08-14
Late Registration From: 2017-08-15 To: 0--
On site Registration
Commercial Participant
750
750
0
ISPE Member
320
320
0
Non Member
375
375
0
Student
320
320
0

Group Registrations:

Group registrations not allowed

Accompanying Persons:

Accompanying persons not allowed

Registration Documents:
Letter of invitation:
We don’t provide letter of invitation
Letter of confirmation:
We don’t provide Letter of Confirmation
Proof of professional / educational status:
We don’t need Proof of professional/educational status
Online Abstract Submission:

We don’t accept Online Abstracts

Accommodation
Accommodation:
All hotels can be booked for the duration of 14.11.17 until 18.11.17 except for Grand Central Hotel (check in from 15.11.17). If you require additional nights in any of the above listed hotels please do not hesitate to contact us at EuroDURG2017@abbey.ie and we can check availability for you.
Accommodation Options and Cost

Hotel Name
Type of charge
Single
Room
Double
Room
Distance from Venue
Grand Central Hotel
Date range
125
137
Carlton George Hotel
Date range
140
147
Apex City Of Glasgow
Date range
120
130
Scientific Content Up to Date
Submission Info
Abstract submission deadline 2017-08-14
Editorial Guidelines for Abstract Submission

EuroDURG 2017 welcomes the submission of abstracts of original scientific work in the field of Drug Utilisation Reasearch.


Abstracts should include 4 paragraphs: background, methods, results, conclusion.


The abstract body should be max 300 words, including the titles of the paragraphs above.


Please use the electronic abstract submission system. You will have the option to save your submission as a draft and complete the submission at a later stage.


In submitting an abstract all presenters agree to the following terms and conditions:


I confirm that each author/ presenter listed agrees with the content of the abstract submitted for the EuroDURG 2017 and has given permission to be listed as an author/ presenter.

Where required, I have obtained the necessary research ethics approval for the project described in the abstract submitted.

I confirm that the work described in the abstract is original scientific material, unpublished at the time of the abstract submission deadline.

I understand that if the abstract has been previously presented at an international conference I can only submit it as a poster presentation.

I have checked the accuracy of the information and referencing within this abstract.

I understand that, should my abstract be accepted for presentation, I am required to pay for registration for the EuroDURG2017 conference.

I understand that my abstract will not be published until my registration and full payment have been received.

I hereby provide permission for the EuroDURG Scientific Committee to publish my accepted abstract in the Abstract Book, on the EuroDURG 2017 Conference website.

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EuroDURG Conference Secretariat

Phone: 011-353-1-648-6130

Email: EuroDURG2017@abbey.ie

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EuroDURG Conference Secretariat

Phone: 011-353-1-648-6130

Email: EuroDURG2017@abbey.ie

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