A2 | Preventing medicalisation and takeback schemes

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 Presentation: Preventing medicalisation

Speaker: Prof. Cornelius Kramers, Internist Clinical Pharmacologist - Radboudumc

Cornelius Kramers was educated at Leiden University as an MD he achieved his PhD at the Radboudumc, Nijmegen. He is Internist-Clinical Pharmacologist and Professor of Medication Safety at the Radboudumc. He also works in the department of Clinical Pharmacy of the Canisius Wilhelmina Ziekenhuis in Nijmegen. He is the chair of the Dutch Society of Clinical Pharmacology and the chair of the Section of Clinical Pharmacology of the Dutch Society of Internists.


Presentation: Takeback schemes for pharmaceuticals informing regulation by behavioral science

Speaker: Dr. Katerina Mitkidis, Assistant Professor - Aarhus University

Katerina Mitkidis is a Czech national living and working in Denmark since 2009. Katerina is an assistant professor in environmental law at Aarhus University, from where she gained a PhD degree in 2014. Katerina’s research interests lie in the areas of international environmental law, pharmaceutical law and the use of private law tools for achieving international environmental goals. She was a visiting scholar at Duke University, USA in 2016 and Vanderbilt University, USA, in 2012. Before joining academia, Katerina worked as a junior lawyer and legal trainee in several law companies in Prague, Czech Republic, where she was primarily responsible for pharmaceutical law agenda and clients. 


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