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Department of Pharmacy


The Comparative Health Outcomes, Policy, and Economics (CHOICE) Institute

Global leader in generating knowledge to improve individual and population health through transformative learning, research, and dissemination about the effectiveness, safety, and value of medical products, services, and policies.
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Obstetric-fetal Pharmacology Research Unit (OPRU)

The University of Washington Obstetric-fetal Pharmacology Research Unit is dedicated to the optimization of medications during pregnancy and lactation. Our goal is to understand how the body handles and responds to drugs during pregnancy. Many medications commonly used during pregnancy and lactation are not well understood.
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Global Medicines Program

The Global Medicines Program improves the access, use, safety, quality, cost-effectiveness, and affordability of medicines in lower income countries by generating and disseminating new methods and knowledge on medicine safety and value, teaching and mentoring trainees, and strengthening pharmaceutical systems and services.
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Institute for Innovative Pharmacy Practice (I2P2)

I2P2 focuses on educating pharmacists who promote innovative and entrepreneurial solutions for better health — and better business. It also provides outreach and guidance to practicing pharmacists to help them better serve their patients in an ever-changing pharmacy landscape.
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Performance Based Risk Sharing Database

The Performance Based Risk Sharing (PBRS) web-enabled database is designed to be an up-to-date resource on performance-based risk sharing arrangements (also known as patient access schemes, market access agreements, and managed entry agreements, among others). The database was developed by the Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research & Policy Program at the University of Washington in collaboration with members of the School of Pharmacy’s corporate advisory board outcomes committee.
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