NCPC 201730.11-02.12.2017 Võru, EstoniaNCPC 2017

NCPC 2017

New Chapter in Patient Care: Medication Review

30.11-02.12.2017 Võru, Estonia

The scientific programme is held in different locations across the county of Võrumaa. However, this is just the beginning of the adventure...

NCPC 2017

New Chapter in Patient Care: Medication Review



Interdisciplinary, integrated and individualized care conference series introduces practical and case-based teaching seminar about medication review.

Key activities:

Pre­conference workshop: Introduction of SMART PHARMACY Project, A. Mestrovic and M. Rouse

Comprehensive Medication review – theory and examples of implementation in practice.

Workshops: Rational geriatric prescribing; Medication review of special patient groups; Concomitant use of medicines and food supplements; Pharmaceutical policy and education about medication review

Evaluation of medication review cases presented by teaching seminar participants.


Pharmacists, assistant pharmacists, general practitioners, nurses and other healthcare specialists; pharmacy and medical students; representatives of academia; healthcare and pharmacy politicians.

When and where?

30.11-02.12.2017 Võru, Estonia (click for map)


Scientific and organizing committee
Daisy Volmer, University of Tartu, Estonia
Marja Airaksinen, University of Helsinki, Finland
Daniela Fialova, Charles University, Czech Republic
Saija Leikola, Pharmac, Finland
Arijana Mestrovic, Pharma Expert, Croatia
Mike Rouse, Pharma Expert, Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, USA
Marika Saar, Tartu University Hospital, Estonia
Ott Laius, State Agency of Medicines, Estonia
Ly Rootslane, State Agency of Medicines, Estonia
Kristiina Sepp, Estonian Pharmacy Association, Estonia

Conference secretariat
Tiina Jokinen, ERP Konverents, Estonia
Kadri Kiis, ERP Konverents, Estonia

The NCPC2017 is sponsored by European Union European Regional Development Fund (24970,40  EUR). In addition to our scientific agenda, the project also aims to introduce parts of Estonia and Estonian culture that are harder to reach, yet worthy of doing so.