Venue: Congress and Wellness hotel Olšanka Prague, Czech Republic
Descriptive of the Symposium:
Ageing of the world population is an issue of broad interest due to expected changes in health and social systems and economics of many countries all over the world. Older adults usually suffer from multiple chronic health problems and utilize more medicines, therefore rational, effective, and safe medication use in this population is a key issue also for future healthcare economies.
The Prague 2022 ESCP Symposium will focus on invited lectures, workshops, and international networking activities in safe and effective medication use in older adults and will emphasize substantial impact of polypharmacy and inappropriate drug prescribing on individuals and the society. This event will also underline the importance of development of clinical pharmacy services in various settings of care, patient-centered approach, shared-decision making and interprofessional cooperation of various experts in rational geriatric pharmacotherapy, including professionals from different fields of pharmacy and medicine, researchers, politicians, and drug regulators, as well as patients and their informal care providers.
Subtopics covered during the Prague 2022 ESCP Symposium will be: population ageing and preparedness of healthcare systems for demographic, social and economic changes; medication efficacy and safety, deprescribing strategies and changes in the therapeutic value of drugs in the aged; geriatric frailty, drug risks and polypharmacy; palliative care; education and clinical practice ensuring highly individualized pharmacotherapy, interprofessional care across various setting of care, patient-centered approach and active involvement of patients in shaping the policy and safe medication practice at micro-, meso- and macro-levels.
You can combine your registration with the Masterclass on 18 October. The Masterclass can also be booked separately (at a higher fee).
The aim of this masterclass is to take attendees through the key stages of designing and conducting mixed methods research, enabling them to apply mixed methods approaches in their own area of research. This masterclass will cater to researchers who are new to mixed methods research and those who are currently undertaking research involving a mixed methods approach. It will involve a combination of short presentations and participant-led group work and discussion. Attendees will learn about the typologies of mixed methods research and the associated advantages and limitations. Attendees will gain practical insights into designing and conducting a mixed research project, including how to triangulate findings.
The maximum number of participants to the Masterclass is limited to 30.