3 Nov Prof. Sirpa Hartikainen: Finnish national registers as a tool for Alzheimer’s Disease research. Seminar series "Registers as a data source for effectiveness and patient safety research", Kuopio

The seminar series 'Registers as a data source for effectiveness and patient safety research' continues on November  3rd at 2.15pm-3.45pm at SN201 Snellmania ) with Prof Sirpa Hartikainen's  talk  "Finnish national registers as a tool for Alzheimer's Disease research.' The content of her talk will cover the following perspectives: identification of persons with Alzheimer 's disease from Finnish registers and examples of register based studies concerning drug use and clinical outcomes in persons with Alzheimer's Disease.

Sirpa Hartikainen is a professor in School of Pharmacy at the University of Eastern Finland. She is leading the multidisciplinary Kuopio Research Center of Geriatric Care (GerHo). Her research activities are focused on health, care and rehabilitation of older people. Recently main topics have been register based studies concerning pharmacoepidemiology, effectiveness and adverse drug events in persons with and without Alzheimer 's disease.

All interested participants are warmly welcome and no pre-registration is required.

Program of the seminar series

Additional Information: Irma Nykänen, Reseach Centre for Comparative Effectiveness and Patient Safety, Irma.nykanen(at)uef.fi

Publishing year: 2014

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