The laboratory is involved in pharmacoepidemiologic research carried out in hospital settings and in community medicine through the analysis of clinical registries and administrative databases.
It has promoted several educational observational and clinical studies. More recently it has started to study the relationship between nutrition and human and environmental health (planetary health).
- Evaluate the consumption, appropriateness of use and adherence to medications and describe their clinical correlates in the adult population, with a particular focus on frail elderly people.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of educational interventions aimed at hospital and community physicians to promote the proper use of medications.
- Design interventions to promote healthy and sustainable nutrition with a One Health approach.
Pharmacoepidemiology studies (prevalence, appropriateness of drug use, adherence to therapies) in different settings, through the analysis of databases and clinical registries
Experimental clinical studies of educational interventions to improve prescriptive appropriateness and clinical outcomes and to reduce the pharmacological burden and costs to the Italian national health service, in collaboration with hospital networks and local medicine
Evaluation studies on the impact of nutrition as a determinant of health and a factor in environmental sustainability, to determine the role of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of diseases and as a possible adjuvant to drug therapy. Observational and experimental epidemiological studies on nutrition intervention aimed at the general public, with the involvement of partners in the sector, including the large-scale retail trade, mass catering, the food industry, trade associations and universities
International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.