Susanne Kaae

Susanne Kaae

Associate Professor

 

 

 

C.V.  Associate Professor Susanne Kaae

 

 

 

Female, Born; 19/11-1971, Denmark

 

 

 

Education

 

2009              PhD Pharm.

 

Pharmacy Practice team, Section for Social Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, CPH University

 

 

 

1996              Ms Pharm.

 

Department of Social Pharmacy, the Royal Danish School of Pharmacy, Copenhagen

 

 

 

 

 

Employment/ positions

 

 

 

2018- : Co-Director, WHO Collaboration Centre for Research and Training in the Patient Perspective on Medicines Use

 

WHO Regional Office for Europe

 

 

 

2014-2016: Section Head, Section for Social and Clinical Pharmacy

 

Department of Pharmacy, CPH University

 

 

 

2013-2016: Research Group Leader, Social Pharmacy

 

Department of Pharmacy, CPH University

 

 

 

2012- : Associate Professor, Social Pharmacy          

 

Department of Pharmacy, CPH University

 

 

 

2010-2012: Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice

 

Department of Pharmacy, CPH University

 

 

 

2006-2009: PhD Student, Pharmacy Practice

 

External stay at: Bundesvereinigung Deutscher Apothekerverbände (ABDA), Berlin, Germany

 

Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy, CPH University

 

 

 

2006-2010: Examiner at the Midwife Education, Pharmacology

 

University College Nordjylland

 

 

 

2003-2006: Pharmacist with Responsibility for Professional Standards

 

Roskilde Dom Pharmacy, Roskilde

 

 

 

1996-2002: Community Pharmacist

 

Kolding Sønderbro Pharmacy, Kolding, Kolding Svane Pharmacy, Hornsyld Pharmacy, Gorms Vejle Pharmacy, Vamdrup Pharmacy, Enghave Pharmacy, Copenhagen,

 

Research profile

 

Committed social pharmacy researcher in Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Policy currently involved in projects aimed at improving patient communication in Danish community pharmacies; investigating risk communication processes (direct to health care professionals communication); exploring appropriate use of antibiotics in South-East Europe as well as future implementation of 3D printed medicines in society. Methodological expertise is in qualitative methods mainly field observations and interviews.

 

 

 

Scientific experience

 

Research, selected examples

 

2019- : PI:The antibiotic knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of patients, doctors and pharmacists - a qualitative, comparative analysis of the culture of antibiotic use in the Northwest Russia’; collaboration with The National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland and 5 regions in North-West Russia (Nordic Council of Ministers)

 

2017-: PI:Patient Centered Communication in Community Pharmacy’; collaboration with the Association of Danish Pharmacies; University of Southern Denmark; Pharmakon; Stege Apotek, Århus Marselisborg Apotek, EUPATI Denmark; Faculty of Humanities, CPH University

 

2016- : ‘Social aspects in additive manufacturing of personalized medicine’; collaboration with Manufacturing and Materials Group, CPH University; Clinical Pharmacology, Bispebjerg Hospital

 

2014-2019: PI: ‘Understanding knowledge, behaviors and attitudes of antibiotic use in South Eastern Europe’, collaboration with The Health Technology and Pharmaceuticals Group, WHO Regional Office for Europe and 13 countries in South-East Europe

 

2013-2014: ‘Opstart af nye behandling – hvordan sikres det, at medicinbrugeren kommer godt i gang?’; collaboration with Pharmakon

 

2009-2014: ‘The Medication Review Collaboration Project’; collaboration with internship community pharmacies, DK

 

2006-2015: PI: Projects related to the pharmacy ‘Inhaler Technique Assessment Service’

 

 

 

Publications and review work

 

47 articles in international peer-reviewed journals, 2 book-chapters, 1 reprint book and 16 indexed conference abstracts

 

2019- : Editoral Board: Pharmacy

 

2017-2018: Guest Editor: Pharmacy, special issue: ‘Communication in pharmacy practice’; Guest Academic Editor: Plos ONE

 

Reviewer at: Implementation Science, Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacy Practice; Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice; BMC Research Notes, BMC Infectious Diseases; BMC Health Services Research; Health Research Policy and Systems, Expert Review of Medical Devices; BMJ Open; The European Journal of General Practice; Medical Principles and Practice; Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research; Drug, Healthcare and Patient Safety; Patient Education and Counseling; Journal of the American Pharmacists Association; Pharmaceutical Medicine; Clinical Medicine Insights: Pediatrics; Risk Management and Healthcare Policy  

 

 

 

Assessment work

 

2019: The British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, Education Grant

 

2019: Post doc in Social Pharmacy, CPH University 

 

2017: The Pharmacy Research UK Fund

 

2016: Professorship in Regulatory Science, CPH University

 

2016: First Amanuensis in Social Pharmacy, University of Oslo

 

2016: PhD thesis, Joanna Moullin, University of Sydney

 

2015: PhD thesis, Pernille Warrer, CPH University (chair)

 

2015: Associate Professorship in Social Pharmacy, CPH University (chair)

 

2015: Professorship in Social and Clinical Pharmacy, CPH University

 

2012: PhD thesis, Kjeld Halvorsen, University of Bergen

 

 

 

Conference committees

 

2019: Nordic Social Pharmacy Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

2014: Medicingennemgang v.2, Middelfart, Denmark

 

2013: Nordic Social Pharmacy Conference, Gøteborg, Sweden

 

2011: Nordic Social Pharmacy Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, 2011

 

 

 

Organizational work

 

2018- : Working group: teaching and supervision: Association for Associate Professors and Professors (APPA), Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, CPH University

 

2018- : Teaching Committee, Department of Pharmacy, CPH University

 

2016- :  National Liaison Team, European Patients’ Academy (EUPATI) Denmark

 

2015- : Scientific Advisory Board, Copenhagen Center for Regulatory Science, CPH University

 

2014-2016: Research and Innovation Committee, Department of Pharmacy, CPH University

 

2014-2015: Study Board for the Pharmacy Education, CPH University

 

2012-2014: Study Board for the Master Education Programs at the Pharmaceutical Faculty, CPH University

 

2012: Local Liaison Committee, Department of Pharmacy, CPH University

 

 

 

Teaching

 

Main-supervision, PhD students:

 

2017- : Mathias Møllebæk. ‘Factors ensuring effective Direct to Healthcare Professional Communication of Risk Minimization Initiatives’

 

Co-supervision, Phd students:

 

2015-2019: Line Due. Biologisk Aldring. ’Identifikation af lægemidler som risikofaktorer’

 

2017- : Mikkel Lindskov Sachs. ‘Risk perceptions among diabetes patients’

 

2017: Gitte Borup. ‘Long-term use of nicotine replacement therapy products in Danish consumers’

 

2015- 2016: Erika Emelie Olsson. ’Mandatory generic substitution in Swedish community pharmacies – effects of a pharmaceutical policy reform’

 

2014-2016: Rasmus Borup. ‘Counterfeit medicines in Europe’

 

 

 

The Pharmacist Education at the CPH University

 

Course leadership:                                      

 

2012- : ‘Social Pharmacy, Dissemination and Method’: compulsory bachelor course (200 students) 

 

2011-2013, 2016: ‘Pharmaceutical Policy, Economics and Ethics’: compulsory master course (200 students)

 

2014-2018: ‘Information og kommunikation om lægemidler’: elective master course (25 students)

 

 

 

Supervision – master thesis projects:

 

2009- : Principal supervisor of 50 master-thesis students in Social Pharmacy in collaboration with: Psykiatrien, Amager; Medicinfunktionen for Almen Praksis, Region H; Klinisk Farmakologisk Afdeling, Bispebjerg Hospital; Lægehuset, Allehelgensgade, Roskilde; Rigshospitalets Sygehusapotek; Vejle Sygehusapotek; Urologisk Klinik, Rigshospitalet; Optimed, Hvidovre Hospital; Lægemiddelstyrelsen; RADS, Danske Regioner; Dansk Selskab for Patientsikkerhed; Linde Apotek, Greve Apotek; SOSU Slagelse; Sydney University; Danmarks Bløderforening; Leo Pharma; Novo Nordisk; Lundbeck; Boehringer Ingelheim; Abbvie

 

 

 

Grants/ sponsorships

 

2019: Understanding patient perspectives on medicines use for better healthcare - Online training programme. EIT Health: 100.000 EUR

 

2019: The antibiotic knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of patients, doctors and pharmacists - a qualitative, comparative analysis of the culture of antibiotic use in the Northwest Russia: The National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland (Nordic Council of Ministers): 16.500 EUR

 

2018: Pilot – Patient Centered Communication in Community Pharmacy: Association of Danish Pharmacies:128.600 DKK

 

2016: Pharmacoprinting of personalized medicine – its impact on the society. PhD-project: Department of Pharmacy, CPH University: 1.5 mio. DKK

 

2016: Direct to health care professionals’ communication of pharmaceuticals. Ph.d-project, Copenhagen Center for Regulatory Science: Ferring Pharmaceuticals: 1.5 mio. DKK

 

2015: Understanding knowledge, behaviors and attitudes of antibiotic use in South Eastern Europe: WHO Regional Office for Europe, Health Technologies and Pharmaceuticals: 25.000 USD

 

2015: Exchange visit Riga Stradins University: Erasmus Travelling Grant: 455 EURO

 

2011: Patient perspectives on pharmacy cognitive services in Denmark: Actavis: 20.000 DKK

 

2010: Pharmaceutical Policy Analysis Course, Utrecht University: Kompetencefonden, Copenhagen University: 6430 DKK

 

 

 

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