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Research interests

Medication adherence, real-world drug outcomes, health economics, cost-effectiveness, burden of diseases, respiratory diseases (asthma, COPD, TB, lung cancer)


An Inca trail to the Holy Grail: digital medication adherence support for TB care

Global Variability in Administrative Approval Prescription Criteria for Biologic Therapy in Severe Asthma

A Cross-Sectional Survey on Medication Management Practices for Noncommunicable Diseases in Europe During the Second Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Biochemical Urine Testing of Medication Adherence and Its Association With Clinical Markers in an Outpatient Population of Type 2 Diabetes Patients: Analysis in the DIAbetes and LifEstyle Cohort Twente (DIALECT)

Challenges in the Implementation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Guidelines in Low- and Middle-Income Countries An Official American Thoracic Society Workshop Report

Clinical Characteristics, Treatment Patterns and Economic Burden of COPD in Kyrgyzstan: A FRESH AIR Study

Clinical Value of Emerging Bioanalytical Methods for Drug Measurements: A Scoping Review of Their Applicability for Medication Adherence and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Development of the TAI-toolkit: a practical tool for medication adherence management in asthma and COPD

Disparities in European healthcare system approaches to maintaining continuity of medication for non-communicable diseases during the COVID-19 outbreak

Economic evaluations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease pharmacotherapy: how well are the real-world issues of medication adherence, comorbidities and adverse drug-reactions addressed?

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Forse verhoging therapietrouw COPD-patiënten door digitale voorzetkamer

Waarom pillen steeds beter werken (Dagblad van het Noorden)

Slim pillenpotje stimuleert therapietrouw patiënten met tuberculose

Slim pillenpotje stimuleert therapietrouw patiënten met tuberculose

COVID-19 results in enhanced medication adherence in patients with pulmonary diseases

Waarom pillen steeds beter werken [Dagblad van het Noorden]

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