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Title Databases for pharmacoepidemiological research / Miriam Sturkenboom, Tania Schink, editors
Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2021]


Description 1 online resource
Series Springer series on epidemiology and public health
Springer series on epidemiology and health.
Contents Part 1 : Databases for Phramacoepidemiological Research -- Chapter 1 - Introduction (Miriam Sturkenboom) -- Chapter 2 - Overview of databases (Iris Pigeot, Maike Tahden, Dimitrios Zampatis, Douglas J. Watson, Ulla Forssen, Bianca Kollhorst) -- Part 2 : Databases in Europe -- Chapter 3 - Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD) (Melissa Myland, Caroline O'Leary, Bassam Bafadhal, Mustafa Dungarwalla, Harshvinder Bhullar, Louise Pinder, James Philpott) -- Chapter 4 - IQVIA Medical Research Data (IMRD) (Caroline O'Leary) -- Chapter 5 - The Health Service Executive - Primary Care Reimbursement Services Database in Ireland (Ireland HSE-PCRS) (Sarah-Jo Sinnott) -- Chapter 6 - Administrative Registers in Finland, Sweden, and Norway (Tuire Prami, Rosa Juuti, Ilona Iso-Mustajärvi) -- Chapter 7 - PHARMO Database Network (Ron Herings, Marina Bakker) -- Chapter 8 - German Pharmacoepidemiological Research Database (GePaRD) (Ulrike Haug, Tania Schink) -- Chapter 9 - Institute for Applied Health Research Berlin (InGef) Database (Frank Andersohn, Jochen Walker ) -- Chapter 10 - National health insurance claims database in France, Système Nationale des Données de Santé (SNDS) and Health Data Hub (HDH) (Nicholas Moore, Patrick Blin, Régis Lassalle, Nicolas Thurin, Pauline Bosco-Levy, Cécile Droz) -- Chapter 11 - Agenzia regionale di sanità della Toscana (ARS) Database (Rosa Gini).-Chapter 12 - Caserta Record Linkage Database (Gianluca Trifirò, Valentina Ientile, Janet Sultana, Michele Tari) -- Chapter 13 - Pedianet Database (Anna Cantarutti) -- Chapter 14 - BIFAP Program: A data resource for Pharmacoepidemiological research in Spain (Miguel Gil, Miguel Angel Maciá, Julio Bonis, Consuelo Huerta, Elisa Martín-Merino, Arturo Álvarez, Verónica Bryant and Dolores Montero on behalf of BIFAP Team) -- Chapter 15 - The Information System for Research in Primary Care (SIDIAP) (Talita Duarte-Salles, María Aragón, Bonaventura Bolíbar) -- Chapter 16 - Estonian Health Insurance Fund (EHIF) Database (Sirly Lätt, Helis Puksand) -- Chapter 17 - Icelandic Medicines Registry (IMR) (Larus S. Gudmundsson, Olafur B. Einarsson, Magnus Johannsson) -- Part 3 : Databases in North America -- Chapter 18 - Régie de l'assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ) databases (Machelle Wilchesky, Samy Suissa) -- Chapter 19 - Medicaid and Medicare (Dirk Enders, Tania Schink, Til Stürmer) -- Chapter 20 - Truven Health MarketScan Research Databases (MarketScan) (Anne M. Butler, Katelin B. Nickel, Robert A. Overman, M. Alan Brookhart) -- Part 4 : Databases in Asia and Australia -- Chapter 21 - Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) Dispensing Database (Emily A. Karanges, Melisa J. Litchfield, Leigh Mellish, Sallie-Anne Pearson) -- Chapter 22 - National Insurance Claims Database (NDB) (Daisuke Sato, Kazuhiko Ohe).-Chapter 23 - National Health Insurance (NHI) Database (K. Arnold Chan)
Summary This book allows readers to gain an in-depth understanding of the role of real-world data in pharmacoepidemiology, and highlights the strengths and limitations of the respective databases with regard to pharmacoepidemiological research. Over the past decade, the increasing use of real-world data in pharmacoepidemiological research has been accompanied by a growing recognition of the value of real-world evidence in clinical and regulatory decision-making. Electronic healthcare databases allow analyses of drug and vaccine utilization in routine care after approval, as well as investigations of their comparative effectiveness and safety. They are especially useful for the identification of rare risks and rare drug exposures over long periods of time, and as such sustainably extend the basis for drug safety research. This book provides an introduction to the role of real-world data in pharmacoepidemiological research and the main developments in the last 15 years. It also offers a comprehensive overview of the general classification characteristics of databases, together with their strengths and limitations, and a detailed description of 21 individual databases, written by professionals who work with or maintain them
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 02, 2021)
Subject Drugs -- Side effects -- Research
Pharmacoepidemiology -- Data processing
Pharmacy -- Research.
Drugs -- Side effects -- Research
Medicine -- Research
Pharmacy -- Research
Form Electronic book
Author Sturkenboom, Miriam, editor
Schink, Tania, editor
ISBN 9783030514556