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Research interests

Drug Utilisation Research and Pharmacoepidemiology, diabetes & cardiovascular treatment. Prescribing quality and indicators. Medication adherence. Shared decision making and decision support tools. 


Effectiveness of a targeted and tailored pharmacist-led intervention to improve adherence to antihypertensive drugs among patients with type 2 diabetes in Indonesia: a cluster randomised controlled trial

Identifying patients at increased risk of hypoglycaemia in primary care: Development of a machine learning-based screening tool

Medicatie minderen bij ouderen: Waarom wel of niet?

Sex Differences in Lipid Profile across the Life Span in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes: A Primary Care-Based Study

Targeted and tailored pharmacist-led intervention improved adherence to antihypertensive drugs

Trends in HbA1c thresholds for initiation of hypoglycemic agents: Impact of changed recommendations for older and frail patients

Barriers and Enablers of Older Patients to Deprescribing of Cardiometabolic Medication: A Focus Group Study

Changes in blood pressure thresholds for initiating antihypertensive medication in patients with diabetes: a repeated cross-sectional study focusing on the impact of age and frailty

Correction to: Safety Communication Tools and Healthcare Professionals' Awareness of Specific Drug Safety Issues in Europe: A Survey Study

Drug Safety Issues Covered by Lay Media: A Cohort Study of Direct Healthcare Provider Communications Sent between 2001 and 2015 in The Netherlands

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Interview Farma Magazine

Waarom pillen steeds beter werken [Dagblad van het Noorden]

Deprescribing: hoe minder, hoe beter

Verschillen in bijwerkingen bij man en vrouw onder de loep

ZonMw K&D Agenda Diabetes

ZonMw K&D agenda Chronisch Nierfalen

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