Dutch Pharmacological Society

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Dutch Pharmacological Society

The instrument that may contribute to the visibility and identity of the discipline is the training of Pharmacologists according to a defined training plan and the registration of those who meet the requirements as defined for the training. The Society indicates that registered Pharmacologists have defined broad knowledge and experience in the areas of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics. Since Pharmacology also utilizes insights and methodologies from related (bio-) medical disciplines like Biochemistry, Immunology, Molecular Biology and Physiology, registered Pharmacologists must also have an overview of the principles of these disciplines. The Society has installed a Committee for supervision and assessment which tests the plan and level of single candidates against a set of predefined published criteria. The Committee acts on behalf of the Board of the Society. The full Professors in the Society, who act as trainers and the Board of the Society will approved these criteria. In time this registration will lead to a situation in which registered Pharmacologists will get priority at the open position in government bodies and also in national and local committees in which a contribution from Pharmacology is desirable and registered Pharmacologists could get priority. Examples of such committees are for the use of drugs in hospitals for Animal Experimentation. To reach this goal, in the first place the quality should be checked carefully. Furthermore, the existence of the Registration, its meaning the added value needs should be brought to the attention of relevant parties. The point is a delegated task of the Committee for supervision and the second is a task of the Members of the Society and finally the specifically, the Board of the Society. 

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