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16 minutes | Dec 19, 2016
Deprescribing: a special issue from EJHP
Deprescribing, a subject that has gained increasing importance in prescribing practice across the world over the last decade is discussed in this European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy's special podcast. The editors of the themed issue, Barry Jubraj, Clinical Senior Lecturer, King’s College London and Nina Barnett, Consultant Pharmacist, Medicines Use and Safety Division, NHS Specialist Pharmacy Service, examine its highlights. Read 'A themed journal issue on deprescribing' here: http://ejhp.bmj.com/content/24/1.toc.
9 minutes | May 14, 2015
20th EAHP congress- Practical Pharmaceutics
Lindsey Fountain talks to the editors of the new book Practical Pharmaceutics about how they updated this edition of book and how it is structured to help pharmacists with patient care. The project was financed by the EAHP and the Dutch pharmaceutical organisations KNMP and NVZA. The book was published by Springer in August 2015. For further information please visit http://www.eahp.eu/publications/textbookPractPharm or http://www.springer.com/gb/book/9783319158136.
7 minutes | Jul 2, 2014
EAHP 2014: Anticoagulation
Sotiris Antoniou, consultant pharmacist for cardiovascular medicine at Barts Health NHS Trust, talks through the importance of anticoagulation, and how to consult patients.This podcast was recorded at EAHP 2014.
21 minutes | Jul 2, 2014
EAHP 2014: Re-engineering clinical pharmacy services
Matthieu Tjoeng, head of pharmacy at Sint Antonius Ziekenhuis, Anne Spinewine, clinical pharmacist at UCL and CHU Dinant Godinne, and Steve Williams, associate editor of EJHP and honorary clinical lecturer at University Hospital of South Manchester, discuss re-engineering clinical pharmacy services.This podcast was recorded at EAHP 2014.
3 minutes | Jul 2, 2014
EAHP 2014, innovation, and biosimilars (in Slovak)
Dr Juraj Sykora works at the National Cancer Institution, is an associate editor of EJHP and faculty member for EAHP. Here he discusses EAHP 2014, innovation and biosimilars.This podcast is in Slovak, and was recorded at EAHP 2014.
3 minutes | Jul 2, 2014
EAHP 2014: A common training framework
Dr Juraj Sykora, National Cancer Institution, associate editor of EJHP, and faculty member of EAHP, discusses the formation of a common training framework.This podcast was recorded at EAHP 2014.
4 minutes | Jul 2, 2014
EAHP 2014: Il ruolo del farmacista clinico nella gestione degli antimicrobici
Piera Polidori lavora all’ISMETT ed è coredattrice di EJHP. In questo podcast descrive un nuovo progetto italiano in cui è coinvolta sul ruolo del farmacista clinico nella gestione degli antimicrobici. A seguito di un progetto del 2010 con il Ministero della Sanità, l’EAHP e la società italiana di oncologia, quest’anno la SIFO – Società Italiana di Farmacia Ospedaliera promuove il nuovo progetto a supporto dello sviluppo della farmacia clinica in Italia. Simona Creazzola è farmacista presso l’ASL Napoli 1 Centro. È membro del Consiglio Direttivo della SIFO, la società italiana che rappresenta i farmacisti ospedalieri nel Sistema Sanitario Nazionale, e collabora alla redazione dell’EJHP. Simona ci è venuta a parlare del nuovo Laboratorio HTA della SIFO. Il Laboratorio HTA punta a raccogliere le esperienze passate nel campo HTA – Health Technology Assesment sui farmaci e dispositivi medici per costruire un’importante struttura per la divulgazione della cultura della valutazione sistematica tra gli associati attraverso gli strumenti corretti. Questo podcast è in Italiano ed è stato registrato all’EAHP 2014.
16 minutes | Jul 2, 2014
EAHP 2014: It doesn't matter how good the drugs are if patients don't take them
Duncan McRobbie, associate chief pharmacist at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust Foundation, talks about un-intentional and intentional reasons for not taking or continuing a prescription.This podcast was recorded at EAHP 2014.
7 minutes | Apr 17, 2014
EAHP 2014: European Summit on Hospital Pharmacy
Roberto Frontini, director of pharmacy, University of Leipzig, and president, EAHP, explains the focus of the EAHP European Summit on Hospital Pharmacy in May. He also talks about how pharmacists can work with and engage clinicians and other hospital staff. This podcast is one of a series recorded at the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists Congress 2014. For all those in the series, see: soundcloud.com/tags/eahp%202014
8 minutes | Apr 17, 2014
EAHP 2014: The hospital pharmacist in 2020
Roberto Frontini, director of pharmacy, University of Leipzig, and president, EAHP, discusses the future of hospital pharmacy, and how the profession may look in 2020. This podcast is one of a series recorded at the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists Congress 2014. For all those in the series, see: soundcloud.com/tags/eahp%202014
5 minutes | Apr 17, 2014
EAHP 2014: Good Practice Indicators
Cees Neef, professor of clinical pharmacy, Maastrict University Medical Centre, and director of education, Science and Research, EAHP, explains Good Practice Indicators. This podcast is one of a series recorded at the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists Congress 2014. For all those in the series, see: soundcloud.com/tags/eahp%202014
7 minutes | Apr 17, 2014
EAHP 2014: Innovation in pharmacy
Professor Daan Crommelin, past scientific director of the Dutch Top Institute Pharma in Leiden and emeritus professor, Department of Pharmacists, Utrecht University, discusses the Innovative Medicines Initiative, and developing innovation in pharmacy.This podcast is one of a series recorded at the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists Congress 2014. For all those in the series, see: https://soundcloud.com/tags/eahp%202014
14 minutes | May 15, 2013
Can European wide hospital standards work in reality?
How does the profession of hospital pharmacy vary across Europe, and where are we with applying standards? Ana Herranz, member of EJHP's editorial board, asks Stephen Tomlin, consultant pharmacist, Evelina Children's Hospital, UK, and Catherine Duggan, director of professional development and support at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.This podcast was recorded at the 18th congress of EAHP. For more information see eahp.eu.
7 minutes | May 15, 2013
The art of writing an abstract
What makes a good abstract? Gunar Stemer, EAHP Scientific Committee member, Torsten Hoppe-Tichy, chief pharmacist at University Hospital of Heidelberg, and Lene Juel Kjeldsen, senior researcher in clinical pharmacy, Danish Research Unit for Hospital Pharmacy, offer some advice.This podcast was recorded at the 18th congress of EAHP. For more information see eahp.eu.
10 minutes | May 15, 2013
Communication between hospital and community pharmacists
David Preece, EPSA intern at EAHP, and Dick Tromp, president of EuroPharm forum, present the results of their organisations' collaboration, surverying pharmacists on communication between the hospital and community.This podcast was recorded at the 18th congress of EAHP. For more information see eahp.eu.
12 minutes | May 15, 2013
The hospital pharmacist’s impact on patient care
V'Iain Fenton May, associate editor for EJHP, talks to Marianne Ivey, associate professor, Division of Pharmacy Practice, University of Cincinnati, about the impact hospital pharmacists have on patient care.Professor Ivey discusses the benefits of inter professional collaboration, pharmacists' accountability and responsibility, and the impact pharmacists' imput can have in inter professional teams.This podcast was recorded at the 18th congress of EAHP. For more information see eahp.eu.
5 minutes | May 15, 2013
EAHP 2013 and beyond
EJHP editor Phil Wiffen talks to Cees Neef, Chairman of the EAHP Scientific Committee, about inter-disciplinary working and innovation in hospital pharmacy, what he’s learnt from the 2013 EAHP Congress, and what to expect from next year’s meeting.This podcast was recorded at the 18th congress of EAHP. For more information see eahp.eu.
9 minutes | Mar 27, 2013
Medicines across the interface - who is responsible?
Medication errors occur in all health settings, but there is particular vulnerability at the interface between care settings, especially at the time of admission to hospital.Catherine Mooney, EJHP assiciate editor, talks to Jean-Hughes Dalle, professor in pediatrics, Robert-Debré Hospital, Paris, Julie Rouprêt-Serzec, clinical pharmacist, Robert-Debré Hospital, and Anthony Sinclair, director of pharmacy, Birmingham Children's Hospital, UK, about how to improve patient safety here.This podcast was recorded at the 18th congress of EAHP. For more information see eahp.eu.
16 minutes | Mar 27, 2013
Inter-professional learning: a win-win situation
How can pharmacists and nurses work better together?David Gerrett, head of pharmacy, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, talks to Joanna Correa West, medicines management nurse, Birmingham Children's Hospital Foundation Trust.This podcast was recorded at the 18th congress of EAHP. For more information see eahp.eu.
7 minutes | Mar 27, 2013
Team challenges in cancer: from cytotoxics to supportive care
Catherine Mooney, EJHP associate editor, talks to Jørn Herrstedt, professor in clinical oncology, Odense University Hospital, Denmark, and João Oliveira, medical director, Instituto Portugues de Oncologia, Lisbon, about oncology pharmacy.They discuss improving patient safety, and the role pharmacists can have in supportive care.This podcast was recorded at the 18th congress of EAHP. For more information see eahp.eu.
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