EuroDURG Conference 2020

EuroDURG 2020 Post Conference Report08.05.2020 – Final – MB_

The EuroDURG Conference was held at the University of Szeged, Hungary on the 4th – 7th of March 2020.

Click on the link to read the post conference report.

Medication Without Harm – WHO is Responsible?

The PRIMM abstracts 2020 are now published and available online.

Please see below link for your reference.

The three WHO technical reports can be accessed at

Abstracts from our 2018 conference “Person-Centred Care in the Digital Age: Nudge Nudge,  Tweet Tweet” are now available.

I am pleased to inform you that the PDS link for access to PRIMM abstracts 2019 has been successfully published on Wiley Online Library. Please see below link for reference.

Slides from the presenters at our recent conference can be found below

Jackie Whittle

Jackie is currently the Chief Clinical Information Officer (Nursing/AHP) at Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust, providing clinical leadership to the digital transformaiton across Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust.

Jackie Whittle Presentation

Simon Jacklin

Simon is a registered pharmacist having completed his pre-registration training at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

Simon Jacklin Presentation 3.00pm

Victoria Fussey

Victoria is a Senior Advisor in the Health Team at the Behavioural Insights Team working on health. Victoria works on a range of policy areas at BIT, including the NHS, public health and mental health

Applying Behavioural Insights in Health – Victoria Fussey PRIMM conference Dec 2018 – Victoria Fussey BIT

Congratulations to Deputy Chair of PRIMM, Alison Bourke, who has been made a Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. This is in recognition of the many years she has dedicated to the development of primary care databases which now underpin much of the knowledge we have about the use and effects of medication in real-world settings. Alison has also been very engaged in promoting the development of pharmacoepidemiology and quality healthcare through various societies (including PRIMM) and supporting researchers (both junior and senior) in their work.