van de Garde
Ewoudt van de Garde graduated as a pharmacist in 2002 after which he started his training in clinical pharmacy in the St. Antonius hospital in Utrecht/Nieuwegein together with scientific research on the effects of routinely prescribed drugs on risk and outcomes of infectious diseases. After obtaining his PhD and completing his training in clinical pharmacy he was appointed as a staff clinical pharmacist in the St. Antonius hospital in 2008. Facilitated by a grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw) he started working on building an IT infrastructure to collect hospital data regarding prescribed medicines, diagnoses and clinical outcomes over six large teaching hospitals in the Netherlands (www.santeon.nl). The latter to study patterns of drug applications and patient outcomes with the aim to improve quality and cost-effectiveness of drug treatment. Since 2012 he holds a position as Assistant Professor at Utrecht University where he teaches graduate students and supervises several pharmacoepidemiological studies on drug effects in clinical practice.
2013 - 2014Order or take a peek >