De milieukringloop voor medicijnen

Een motief voor innovaties in de humane en veterinaire medicijnketen

Wereldwijd wordt een cocktail van medicijnen enmultiresistente bacteriën van humane en veterinaire oorsprong in (drink-)water, bodem, voedsel en lucht aangetroffen.De zorgsector zoekt naar antwoorden op deze maatschappelijke uitdaging. Tijdens de conferentie ligt de nadrukop concrete handelingsopties omrisico’s van deze kringloop te verminderen. Meer informatie en inschrijven:

www.vvm.info/greenpharmacy

Program

08:30   Welcome, with coffee and tea
09:00   Presentations
Boomerang effect – Intro: Environmental exposure to pharmaceuticals, Dr. Rik Oldenkamp (Environmental Science, Radboud University, The Netherlands)
Bacterial resistance – Low sub-Minimal Inhibitory concentrations of antibiotics generate new types of resistance, Ass. Prof. Dr. Linus Sandegren (Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology, Uppsala University, Sweden)
Endocrine effects – Low concentrations of non-hormonal pharmaceuticals can have hormonal effects, Ass. Prof. Dr. Majorie van Duursen (IRAS, Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Genetic effects – The potential association of psychoactive pharmaceuticals at environmental concentrations with neurological disorders, Dr. Gaurav Kaushik (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
Green Pharmacy – Intro: Possible measures for the greening of pharmaceuticals, Dr. Maximilian Hempel (Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt, Osnabrück)
12:15   Lunch buffet / stands / posters / networking
13:30   Presentations
Green molecules – Benign by design also achievable for pharmaceuticals, Prof. Dr. Klaus Kümmerer (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany)
Biopharmaceutics – An endogenous substance to be used as a pharmaceutical, Prof. Dr. Willem Seinen (Alloksys Life Sciences BV, The Netherlands)
Targeted delivery – Innovations in targeted delivery and personal medicine, Prof. Dr. Raymond Schiffelers (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Phytotherapy – Possibilities for green alternatives, Dr. Edwin van den Worm (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Pharma wastage – Potentials for and benefits of avoiding pharmaceutical wastage, Prof. Dr. Toine Egberts (Clinical Pharmacy, Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Behavioral aspects – The role of Rational medicine use in Green Pharmacy, Dr. Dick Bijl
17:00   Networking drinks