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Results of the Stakeholder Consultation on Requirements for a Possible Environmental Risk and Hazard Classification System for Pharmaceuticals

Results of the Stakeholder Consultation on Requirements for a Possible Environmental Risk and Hazard Classification System for Pharmaceuticals

Vidaurre, Rodrigo und Isabelle Turcotte 2012: Results of the Stakeholder Consultation on Requirements for a Possible Environmental Risk and Hazard Classification System for Pharmaceuticals. Ecologic Institute, Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Institute for Social-Ecological research.


Zitiervorschlag

Vidaurre, Rodrigo und Isabelle Turcotte 2012: Results of the Stakeholder Consultation on Requirements for a Possible Environmental Risk and Hazard Classification System for Pharmaceuticals. Ecologic Institute, Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Institute for Social-Ecological research.

Sprache
Englisch
Finanzierung
Jahr
2012
Umfang
171 S.
Projektnummer
2708
Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction
2. Two approaches for an information system on pharmaceuticals in the environment
2.1 Knowledge base/Database on PPs in the environment
2.2 Decision support system for doctors / pharmacists / patients
3. Stakeholder needs and opinions on an information system on PIE
Q.1 Opinion on the need and use of an EU-wide environmental risk and hazard classification system for pharmaceuticals
Q.2 Impact of a web-based classification system
Q.3 Information needs on pharmaceuticals in the environment
Q.4 Detailed information requirement profiles of interviewed stakeholders on pharmaceuticals in
the environment
Q.5 Use of the classification system in interviewed stakeholders' work
Q.6 Main characteristics of a classification system for adequate results
Q.7 Usability and structure of the system
Q.8 Perception of risk posed by Pharmaceuticals in the environment
4. Beyond interview questions: Stakeholder issues and positions regarding an information system on PIE
4.1 General Comments
4.2 Environmental Authorities (including RBOs) / Chemicals Agencies
4.3 Pharmaceutical Industry
4.4 Drinking water / Wastewater companies
4.5 Authorities responsible for Drinking Water
4.6 Research Organisations
4.7 Medicines Authorities
4.8 Medical Associations
4.9 Pharmacies / Pharmacy Associations
4.10 Consumer NGOs
4.11 Environmental NGOs
4.12 Public Health Systems
4.13 Pharmaceutical Waste/Recycling
5. Concluding comments: Key issues for an information system on PIE
5.1 The case for a knowledge base approach
5.2 The case for a decision support system for doctors/pharmacists/patients
5.3 Classification of PPs and the issue of risk vs. hazard
5.4 Resources required
5.5 Data availability issues.