Established October 2019
Pharmacoepidemiologic studies are essential to confirm (or refute) and elucidate the health effects of potential drug-drug interactions (DDIs). In addition to applying principles for good pharmacoepidemiology practice, researchers conducting DDI studies must consider nuances in design and interpretation that follow from a focus on the health effects of combinations of multiple exposures rather than single medical products. The DDI Special Interest Group will serve as a collaborative community of ISPE members with an interest in the design, analysis, interpretation, and translation of pharmacoepidemiologic studies of drug interactions.
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|Chair||Cheng (Alice) Chen|
|Vice Chair||John Hughes|