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, University of Copenhagen

 

1996              Ms Pharm.

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

 

 

Employment, selected

2012-             Associate Professor, Social Pharmacy 

Section for Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen

 

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

Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen

 

2013-2016     Research Group Leader, Social Pharmacy

Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health and medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen

 

2010-2012     Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice

Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen

 

2006-2009    PhD Student, Pharmacy Practice

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

  • External research stay at the Bundesvereinigung Deutscher Apothekerverbände (ABDA), Berlin, Germany

 

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, various pharmacies

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

Research areas

I am a researcher in Social Pharmacy in Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Policy where I´m right now involved in projects aimed at improving communication in Danish community pharmacies; investigating processes around direct to health care professionals communication from health authorities; appropriate use of antibiotics in South-East Europe as well as future implementation of 3D printed medicine in society. My methodological expertise is in qualitative research methods using mainly field observations and interviews.

 

Scientific experience

Research, selected examples

Principal Investigator: ‘Improvement of the Pharmacy Counter Communication Project’; collaboration with Danish Pharmaceutical Association; University of Southern Denmark; Pharmakon;  Østerbro Apotek, European Patients’ Academy Denmark; Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, 2017-

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

Member, Project group: ‘Opstart af nye behandling – hvordan sikres det, at medicinbrugeren kommer godt i gang?’, Pharmakon, 2013-2014

Steering group-member the Medisam project: ‘Medication Review Collaboration Project – based on internship community pharmacies in Denmark’, collaboration with Pharmacy Internship Community Pharmacies, Denmark; 2009-2014 

Principal Investigator: Various projects: ‘Implementation of the Inhaler Technique Assessment Service’, 2006-2015

 

Publications

35 articles in international peer-reviewed journals, 2 book-chapters and 14 indexed conference abstracts

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

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

 

Academic assessment work

PhD candidate in Social Pharmacy/ Patient safety, University of Copenhagen 2017; Professorship in Regulatory Science, University of Copenhagen 2016; PhD candidate in Regulatory Science, University of Copenhagen (chair) 2016; PhD candidate in Social Pharmacy/ Pharmaceutical Engineering, University of Copenhagen 2016; First Amanuensis in Social Pharmacy, University of Oslo 2016; PhD thesis, Joanna Moullin, University of Sydney 2016; PhD thesis, Pernille Warrer, University of Copenhagen (chair) 2015; Associate Professorship in Social Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen (chair) 2015; Professorship in Social and Clinical Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen 2015; PhD thesis, Kjeld Halvorsen, University of Bergen 2012

Reviewer for the Pharmacy Research UK Fund, 2017

 

Scientific/ organizing conference committees

Nordic Social Pharmacy Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark 2019; Medicingennemgang v.2, Middelfart, Denmark 2014; Nordic Social Pharmacy Conference, Gøteborg, Sweden 2013; Nordic Social Pharmacy Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, 2011

 

Research and organizational administration

Association for Associate Professors and Professors (APPA) - Working group: teaching and supervision, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, 2018- , Teaching Committee, Department of Pharmacy, 2018- ; National Liaison Team, European Patients’ Academy Denmark, 2016- ; Scientific Advisory Board of Copenhagen Center for Regulatory Science, University of Copenhagen, 2015- ; Research and Innovation Committee, Department of Pharmacy, 2014-2016; Study Board for the Pharmacy Education, 2014-2015; Study Board of the Master Education Programs at the Pharmaceutical Faculty, 2012-2014; Local Liaison Committee, Department of Pharmacy, 2012; Teaching Committee: Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy; 2010-2012

 

Grants

Pharmacoprinting of personalized medicine - its impact on the society, 2016. PhD-project. 1,5 mio. DKK, Department of Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen (research); Direct to health care professionals communication of pharmaceuticals. Ph.d-project, Copenhagen Center for Regulatory Science, 2016. 1,5 mio. DKK, Ferring Pharmaceuticals (research); Understanding knowledge, behaviors and attitudes of antibiotic use in South Eastern Europe, 2015. 25.000 USD, WHO Regional Office for Europe, Health Technologies and Pharmaceuticals Programme (research); Exchange visit Riga Stradins University, 2015. 455 EURO, Erasmus Travelling Grant (teaching); Patient perspectives on pharmacy cognitive services in Denmark, 2011. 20.000 DKK, Actavis (research); Pharmaceutical Policy Analysis Course, 2010, Utrecht University. 6430 DKK, Kompetencefonden, Copenhagen University (teaching)

 

 

Teaching

Supervision PhD-students

Main-supervision:

Mathias Møllebæk. ‘Factors ensuring effective Direct to Healthcare Professional Communication of Risk Minimization Initiatives’, collaboration with Danish Medical Agency; Ferring Pharmaceuticals; Faculty of Humanities; Copenhagen Center for Regulatory Science, University of Copenhagen, 2017-

 

Co-supervision:

Johanna Lena Maria Lind. ‘Additive manufacturing of personalized medicine - its impact on the society’, Section for Pharmaceutical Technology and Engineering, Copenhagen Center for Regulatory Science, University of Copenhagen, 2017- 

Line Due. Biologisk Aldring. ’Identifikation af lægemidler som risikofaktorer’, Optimed, Clinical Research Center, Hvidovre Hospital/ University of Copenhagen, 2015-

Mikkel Lindskov Sachs. ‘Risk perceptions among diabetes patients’, Novo Nordisk, Danish Medical Agency, University of Copenhagen, 2015- 

Gitte Borup. ‘Long-term use of nicotine replacement therapy products in Danish consumers’, University of Copenhagen, Defended March, 2017

Rasmus Borup. ‘Counterfeit medicines in Europe’. Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, University of Copenhagen, Defended December 2016

Erika Emelie Olsson. ’Mandatory generic substitution in Swedish community pharmacies – effects of a pharmaceutical policy reform’. University of Copenhagen, Defended March, 2016

 

The Pharmacist Education at the University of Copenhagen

Course leadership:

‘Social Pharmacy, Scientific Dissemination and Method’: compulsory bachelor course at the Pharmacy Education – approx. 200 students per year, 2012-

‘Pharmaceutical Policy, Economics and Ethics’: compulsory master course at the Pharmacy Education- approx. 200 students per year, 2011-2013, 2016

‘Information og kommunikation om lægemidler’: elective master course at the Pharmacy Education- approx. 25 students per year, 2014-2018

Course management team:

‘Pharmacy Internship’ at the Pharmacy Education, 2008-

Principal supervisor of 40 master-thesis students by January 2018 within Social Pharmacy in collaboration with (selected examples): Medicinfunktionen for Almen Praksis, Region H; Lægehuset, Allehelgensgade, Roskilde; Lægemiddelstyrelsen, Danmarks Bløderforening; Rigshospitalets Sygehusapotek; Vejle Sygehusapotek; Linde Apotek, Greve Apotek; Novo Nordisk; Lundbeck; Boehringer Ingelheim; Abbvie; Dansk Selskab for Patientsikkerhed; RADS (Rådet for Anvendelse af Dyr Sygehusmedicin); SOSU Slagelse; Sydney University

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