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Communicating about Risks and Safe Use of Medicines - Real Life and Applied Research

Communicating about Risks and Safe Use of Medicines - Real Life and Applied Research

von: Priya Bahri

Adis, 2020

ISBN: 9789811530135 , 504 Seiten

Format: PDF

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Communicating about Risks and Safe Use of Medicines - Real Life and Applied Research


 


At the core of this book lies the question how to approach medicines, risks and communication as a researcher - or anybody planning and evaluating a communication intervention, or wanting to understand communication events in private and the media. With a view to tackle current shortcomings of communication systems and processes for improved implementation, patient satisfaction and health outcomes, a multilayered approach is presented. This combines multiple data types and methods to obtain a wider and deeper understanding of the major parties and their interactions, as well as the healthcare, social and political contexts of information flows, how they interfere and which impact they have. Illustrated with real life experiences of safety concerns with medicines, worldwide active experts discuss the methods and contributions their disciplines can offer. With considerations on terminologies, tabulated overviews on communication types and outcomes, a patient-centred vision and plain language for non-medical readers, the book creates a platform for multidisciplinary collaborations amongst researchers as well as practitioners from communications, healthcare, the social sciences and pharmacovigilance. Importantly, it advocates for an active role of patients and highlights the achievements and aspirations of patient organisations. Finally, the book suggests establishing an inclusive discipline of humanities and epidemiology of medicinal product risk communication to realise full research potential. The authors are driven by the curiosity for communication as the most human behaviour, and as good health is amongst the basic human needs, medicinal product risk communication is an exciting research field of high global relevance.



Priya Bahri holds degrees in pharmacy and epidemiology, her PhD dealt with quality management in healthcare, and she has training in strategic health communication and global health diplomacy. She worked in pharmacies and the German international development agency before joining the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in 1996 and specialising in pharmacovigilance. She offers contributions to the Utrecht WHO Collaborating Centre for Pharmaceutical Policy and Regulation and is active at global level, including as Fellow of the International Society of Pharmacovigilance.