Professor Hedvig Nordeng is awarded Pharmacist of the year prize for 2016 for her effort to put the drug use in children, pregnant and nursing on the map with her research.
Professor Hedvig Nordeng, one of the initiators of a study of Metoklopramid usage during pregnancy, interviews in Dagens Medisin about the study results.
Master student Laila Ichoutene from Pharmasafe research group comments on her thesis in Dagens Medisin.
This year, Anne Gerd Granås had the pleasure of welcoming more than 600 participants from 40 different countries to the annual Symposium of the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy (ESCP) in Oslo 5th -7th October. A record breaking 110 participants from Norway took part, many for the first time at international conference. The three days were filled with lectures, 19 different workshops, posters and oral presentations.
Angela Lupattelli comments in Reuters Health News on JAMA patient page publication regarding remedies for morning sickness
Migraine is highly prevalent among women of fertile age. The main objectives of this study were to describe the prevalence and patterns of use of antimigraine medications during pregnancy and breastfeeding and to identify maternal and migraine-related factors associated with medication use during pregnancy.
Short term use of paracetamol in pregnancy seems safe, but long-term use was associated with delayed psychomotor development in the latest MoBa study.
This milestone study will enable researchers all over the world to perform more correct epigenome-wide association studies (EWAS) on prenatal exposure to different environmental factors.
A new study shows Paracetamol use during pregnancy increases the risk of hyperactivity in children. Professor Hedvig Nordeng confirms that such results have been seen in three previous studies.
Professor Pauline Norris from University of Otago in New Zealand is collaborating with PharmaSafe researchers Ingunn Björnsdottir and Anne Gerd Granås on Mystery shopping.
Anna Simone Frank starts as PhD student in PharmaSafe September 1st. Welcome!
This is how she presents herself.
Icelanders are the best in the Nordic region in football, but the "Vikings" are probably at the bottom when it comes to quality of health registries
Two PharmaSafe researchers presented poster at the International Social Pharmacy Workshop (ISPW) in Aberdeen in July.
Dr. Jacqueline Cohen, Postdoc at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health spent six weeks at the PharmaSafe group. Her research interests have now been featured on titan.no.
A recent article by the Pharmasafe group was commented on in the journal Clinical Thyroidology.