“What new research can enable a joint approach by regulatory and HTA agencies to manage uncertainties for products using early access pathways?” A collaborative Forum presented by CIRS and the Utrecht University WHO Collaborating Centre for Pharmaceutical Policy and Regulation 29th November 2018 This one-day Forum at the Sheraton Amsterdam Airport Hotel brought together regulatory, […]
On 19 November, six persons of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Pharmaceutical Policy and Regulation were present at the Copenhagen Centre for Regulatory Science (CORS) Annual Conference. The meeting was organised by the research group of Marieke de Bruin, who is a professor at CORS and also involved in the WHO Collaborating Centre for Pharmaceutical […]
The WHO Collaborating Centre for Pharmaceutical Policy and Regulation in collaboration with the Department of Essential Medicines and Health Products, WHO will organise a Winter Meeting on 9 + 10 January 2019 for researchers in the field of pharmaceutical policy analysis and regulatory science. As in previous years, we have chosen to combine the opportunity […]
The WHO European Centre for Primary Health Care, WHO/Europe’s Health Technologies and Pharmaceuticals Programme and WHO Headquarters’ patient safety and risk management unit organised a cross-programmatic consultation for all members of the Antimicrobial Medicines Consumption (AMC) network. This is a network of non-European Union countries in the WHO European Region focussing on curbing antimicrobial resistance […]
In recognition of his exceptional contribution to the development of the pharmaceutical sciences, Utrecht University Prof. Bert Leufkens has been presented with the Distinguished Science Award by the International Pharmaceutical Federation. Leufkens received the award for his innovative scientific research at the junction of innovation, pharmaceutical policy, and regulation. See the full press release through […]
From 9-13 July 2018 we had another successful summer course on pharmaceutical policy analysis in collaboration with WHO. We had participants from many different nationalities, all coming from different sectors within the area of pharmaceutical policy. Highlights of the course were the thesis defence of Raymond Tetteh (Korle-Bu Teaching Hospita) on ‘The use and safety […]
Every second year the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Utrecht University recognizes the contribution and leadership of an individual in the area of pharmacy practice by awarding the Excellence in Pharmacy Practice award. As Centre for Pharmaceutical Policy and Regulation, based at this department within the Pharmacoepidemiology & Clinical Pharmacology group, we nominated Dr. Suzanne […]
We are now recruiting for new candidates for our professional PhD-programme starting in January 2019. Please find more information on the following page. Send in your application to Dr. Rianne van den Ham, email@example.com. The deadline for application is 1 July 2018.