Special Interests Groups (SIGs)

Special Interests Groups (SIGs) 

To allow for advanced interaction, learning and knowledge exchange amongst members with similar interests, ESCP organises Special Interest Groups (SIGs). SIGs enable ESCP to meet the evolving needs of its members on an on-going basis. 

Organised by members who share topics of interest in common, SIGs provide targeted services --such as special training programmes and in-depth workshops during ESCP conferences-- to other ESCP members with a similar focus. As part of the initial membership fee, ESCP members can belong to three SIGs of their choice.

Participation in ESCP SIGs on-line provides you with constant access to like-minded clinical pharmacists. You can discuss critical issues, exchange information, pose questions and gain invaluable answers throughout the year. 

If you are a member of ESCP but not yet a member of a SIG of your choice, activate your SIG membership today by updating your member profile and immediately benefit from the on-line discussion forums and network of specialised professionals. Please limit the selection of SIGs to a maximum of 3.

If you are already a member of a SIG and you would like to change your membership from one SIG to another, simply update your member profile. 

SIG Council Chair

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Maria Skouroliakou

Professor at Harokopio University, Greece

SIG Leader Nutritional Support

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SIG leaders

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Sander Borgsteede
Pharmacist at Health Base Foundation, Netherlands
ESCP responsibilities:

SIG leader Clinical Decision Support

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Barbara Claus
Hospital Pharmacist at Ghent University Hospital, Ghent University, Belgium
ESCP responsibilities:

SIG leader Pharmacoeconomics

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Pieter Cornu
Clinical decision support coordinator & prof. Pharmacoepidemiology at VUB-UZ Brussel, Belgium
ESCP responsibilities:

SIG leader Pharmacoepidemiology

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Pr. Mikael Daouphars
Hospital pharmacist at Cancer Centre Henri Becquerel, France
ESCP responsibilities:

SIG leader Cancer Care

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Yolande Hanssens
Pharmacy Supervisor - Clinical Services Unit at Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar
ESCP responsibilities:

SIG leader Medicine Information

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Moira Kinnear
Retired Head of Pharmacy Education, Research & Development NHS Lothian at Honorary Senior Lecturer University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
ESCP responsibilities:

SIG leader Education & Training and member of Education Committee

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Panos Papandreou
CibusMed, Greece
ESCP responsibilities:

SIG Leader Pediatrics

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Bart Pouls
Pharmacist-researcher at Sint Maartenskliniek Nijmegen, Netherlands
ESCP responsibilities:

SIG leader Medication Adherence

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