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The Digital Revolution: Supporting clinical pharmacy through e-health, digital support systems, big data and more.
ESCP Ljubljana 23-25 October 2019

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Evening Lecture: Pharmacists and emotional intelligence, Željko Curic (Video only, no slides)

Digital transformation in clinical pharmacy

Prof Mitja Kos, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Pharmacy, Ljubljana, Slovenia

New wave of digitalization in the Estonian health services industry.

Karl Henrik Peterson, CDTO at Estonia Health Insurance Fund, Tallinn, Estonia


Steve Hudson Memorial Lecture

Lilian Azzopardi, Malta


Use of mobile devices to support clinical pharmacy

Filipa Costa, PharmD/PhD,IUEM, Caparica/Lissabon, Portugal


Apps and aids for adherence

Bart Pouls, PharmD, RadboudUMC, Nijmegen, The Netherlands


mHealth intervention to support asthma self-management: evaluation and implementation

Ellen Koster, PharmD/PhD, University of Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands)


Detection of drug related problems by automated screening of patients electronic medical records: useful or harmful to the clinical pharmacist?”

Vera Jordan-von Gunten, PharmD/PhD. Hopital du Valais. Sion, Switzerland


Computer assisted Medication Reconciliation

Victor Huiskes, PharmD, Sint Maartenskliniek, Nijmegen, The Netherlands


Computer-assisted TDM – a low-hanging fruit for the clinical pharmacist

Polonca Drofenik, M.Pharm., spec., University Medical Centre Maribor, Slovenia


Pharmacovigilance support systems:
How to Classify Severity and How to Establish Causality?

Monika Sonc, M.Pharm., spec., Institute of Oncology, Ljubljana, Slovenia)


Clinical decision support systems in clinical practice

Barbara Maat, PharmD, Hospital Pharmacy Midden Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands


Critical success factors for introducing and operating CDSS-lessons learned.

Dr Matthias Sonnenschein, HCI Solutions AG, Bern, Switzerland


Benefits and risks due to the introduction of clinical decision support systems
(impact on clinical and economic outcomes, alert fatigue, safety and legal issues).

Pieter Cornu, PharmD/PhD, UZ Brussel/VUB, Brussel



Big data: challenges for clinical practice

Prof Dr Amitava Banerjee, Associate professor in clinical data science/ honorary consultant cardiologist. University College London. United Kingdom


Big data: challenges for research

Samuel Allemann, PharmD, PhD, Health Services and Performances Research. Lyon. France.


Future digital possibilities for clinical pharmacists

Rob Tieben, Phd, GamesSolutionsLab. Eindhoven, The Netherlands.


Supporting clinical pharmacy education: use of avatars for education (No slides available)

Prof Stephen Chapman,School of Pharmacy,Keele university,United Kingdom