Promoting multinational Nordic pharmacoepidemiologic studies
The Danish Society for Pharmacoepidemiology had their annual meeting on the 26th October 2020. The theme of the day was: Promoting multinational Nordic pharmacoepidemiologic studies.
All presentations are now available below
- Mette Nørgaard will talk about the establishment of a Nordic cohort to study rare diseases
- Anton Pottegård will talk about the Danish COVID-19 Cohort
- Jan P. Vandenbroucke will give a talk about the journey from idea to study.
Followed by three 15-min presentations by
- Sarah Hjort Andersen, Rikke Wesselhöft, and Signe Sørup, giving talks about their Nordic projects.
|10:00-10:15||Welcome & opening remarks||Mette Bliddal, University of Southern Denmark and OPEN, DSFE chair|
|10:15-10:55||Chronic immune thrombocytopenia: Establishing a multinational Nordic cohort study on a rare disease||Presentation||Mette Nørgaard, professor, Aarhus University|
|11:00-11:30||The Danish COVID-19 Cohort||Presentation||Anton Pottegård, Professor, University of Southern Denmark|
|12:45-13:00||Risk of childhood cancers after prenatal exposure to medications - a Nordic registry-based study||Sarah Hjorth Andersen, University of Oslo, Norway|
|13:00-13:15||Multisite collaborations - from Norway to New York||Presentation||Rikke Wesselhöft, University of Southern Denmark|
|13:15-13:30||Childhood morbidity and non-specific effects of vaccines in the Nordic countries||Signe Sørup, Aarhus University|
|13:40-14:20||From ideas to studies: How to get ideas and sharpen them into research questions||Presentation|
Appendices Ideas to Studies
|Jan P. Vandenbroucke|
|14:20-14:30||Closing remarks||Mette Bliddal, University of Southern Denmark, DSFE chair|