GRiP Publications Repository
Please see a list of scientific papers authored by GRiP-affiliated researchers since the start of the project. You can click on the publication title to reach the publishers' websites. This page is updated regularly with the latest works published by GRiP.
Last update: 28th June 2017
Perez-Vilar S, Weibel D, Sturkenboom M, Black S, Maure C, Castro J et al. Enhancing global vaccine pharmacovigilance: Proof-of-concept study on aseptic meningitis and immune thrombocytopenic purpura following measles-mumps containing vaccination. Vaccine. 2017.
Arenas-López S, Gurung K, Tibby S, Calleja Hernández M, Tuleu C. Accuracy of enteral syringes with commonly prescribed paediatric liquid medicines. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 2017;:archdischild-2016-312492.
Pontrelli G, De Crescenzo F, Buzzetti R, Jenkner A, Balduzzi S, Calò Carducci F et al. Accuracy of serum procalcitonin for the diagnosis of sepsis in neonates and children with systemic inflammatory syndrome: a meta-analysis. BMC Infectious Diseases. 2017;17(1).
Orubu, E., Okwelogu, C., Opanuga, O., Nunn, T. and Tuleu, C. (2016). Access to age-appropriate essential medicines: a retrospective survey of compounding of medicines for children in hospitals in Nigeria and implications for policy development. Health Policy and Planning, p.czw115.
van Dijkman, S., Alvarez-Jimenez, R., Danhof, M. and Della Pasqua, O. (2016). Pharmacotherapy in pediatric epilepsy: from trial and error to rational drug and dose selection – a long way to go. Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism & Toxicology, 12(10), pp.1143-1156.
Vermeulen E, van den Anker J, Della Pasqua O, Hoppu K, van der Lee J. How to optimise drug study design: pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics studies introduced to paediatricians. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2016.
Bielicki J, Barker C, van der Velden A, Sharland M, van Esso D, Hadjipanayis A et al. Antibiotic preferences for childhood pneumonia vary by physician type and European region. ERJ Open Research. 2016;2(2):00001-2016-1-2016.
De Cock P, Standing J, Barker C, de Jaeger A, Dhont E, Carlier M et al. Augmented Renal Clearance Implies a Need for Increased Amoxicillin-Clavulanic Acid Dosing in Critically Ill Children. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 2015;59(11):7027-7035.