Katrina Perehudoff
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Stress accelerates neural degeneration and exaggerates motor symptoms in a rat model of Parkinson's disease
LK Smith, NM Jadavji, KL Colwell, S Katrina Perehudoff, GA Metz
European Journal of Neuroscience 27 (8), 2133-2146, 2008
1042008
Evaluation of clinical pharmacist recommendations in the geriatric ward of a Belgian university hospital
A Somers, H Robays, P De Paepe, G Van Maele, K Perehudoff, ...
Clinical interventions in aging 8, 703, 2013
892013
Access to essential medicines in national constitutions
SK Perehudoff, RO Laing, HV Hogerzeil
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 88, 800-800, 2010
442010
Essential medicines in national constitutions: progress since 2008
SK Perehudoff, B Toebes, H Hogerzeil
Health and human rights 18 (1), 141, 2016
182016
A human rights-based approach to the reimbursement of expensive medicines
K Perehudoff, B Toebes, H Hogerzeil
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 94 (12), 935, 2016
172016
Health, human rights & national constitutions
SK Perehudoff
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2008
172008
Global survey of national constitutions: mapping constitutional commitments to sexual and reproductive health and rights
LB Pizzarossa, K Perehudoff
Health and human rights 19 (2), 279, 2017
162017
Incident adverse drug reactions in geriatric inpatients: a multicentred observational study
A Lavan, J Eustace, D Dahly, E Flanagan, P Gallagher, S Cullinane, ...
Therapeutic advances in drug safety 9 (1), 13-23, 2018
152018
The patient and consumer voice and pharmaceutical industry sponsorship
SK Perehudoff, TL Alves
Amsterdam: HAI Europe, 2011
142011
Access to essential medicines in 195 countries: A human rights approach to sustainable development
SK Perehudoff, NV Alexandrov, HV Hogerzeil
Global public health 14 (3), 431-444, 2019
132019
Realising the right to sexual and reproductive health: access to essential medicines for medical abortion as a core obligation
K Perehudoff, LB Pizzarossa, J Stekelenburg
BMC international health and human rights 18 (1), 1-7, 2018
132018
Medication discrepancies in older patients admitted to non-geriatric wards: an exploratory study
K Perehudoff, M Azermai, A Somers, R Vander Stichele, M Petrovic
European Geriatric Medicine 6 (1), 41-45, 2015
112015
Patient and consumer organisations at the European Medicines Agency: Financial disclosure and transparency
K Perehudoff, TL Alves
Health Action International, 2010
112010
How the Uruguayan judiciary shapes access to high-priced medicines: A critique through the right to health lens
LB Pizzarossa, K Perehudoff, JC Forte
Health and human rights 20 (1), 93, 2018
102018
The right to health as the basis for universal health coverage: A cross-national analysis of national medicines policies of 71 countries
SK Perehudoff, NV Alexandrov, HV Hogerzeil
PloS one 14 (6), e0215577, 2019
82019
The psychotropic education and knowledge test for nurses in nursing homes: striving for PEAK performance
K Perehudoff, M Azermai, M Wauters, S Van Acker, K Versluys, ...
Aging & mental health 20 (11), 1182-1189, 2016
82016
Development and validation of the Psychotropic Education and Knowledge (PEAK) test on psychotropic drugs for nurses in an acute geriatric care setting
M Wauters, M Azermai, K Perehudoff, K Versluys, E Steeman, M Petrovic
European Geriatric Medicine 7 (2), 135-141, 2016
82016
What constitutes ‘reasonable’State action on core obligations? Considering a right to health framework to provide essential medicines
K Perehudoff, L Forman
Journal of Human Rights Practice 11 (1), 1-21, 2019
72019
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights: theory and practice, present and future
Y Haeck, OR Ruiz-Chiriboga, C Burbano Herrera, K Perehudoff, ...
Vet. J 203 (1), 103-108, 2015
72015
Legislating for universal access to medicines: a rights-based cross-national comparison of UHC laws in 16 countries
SK Perehudoff, NV Alexandrov, HV Hogerzeil
Health policy and planning 34 (Supplement_3), iii48-iii57, 2019
62019
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