Mohammad, Atiya*

Seminar Title: 

CPS1 - Side effects resulting in prescribing cascades (26th Congress - Hospital pharmacists – changing roles in a changing world)


OLVG Hospital, Clinical Pharmacy - Researcher


The Netherlands

1. Current Status, Position

Ms. Mohammad is currently a researcher at the OLVG Hospital. She is currently performing a systematic review on prescribing cascades and a research on the quantification of prescribing cascades in the Netherlands. She is also affiliated with a research on the method of the prescription sequence symmetry analysis (PSSA).

2. Education

Ms. Mohammad studied Pharmacy at the University of Utrecht and became a licensed pharmacist in 2020.

3. Research Area

Ms. Mohammad's research focuses on prescribing cascades, whether they are problematic and possible interventions to prevent them.

4. Conflict of interest

Ms Atiya Mohammad is still a professional relationship with Ncontrol which provided data from community pharmacies.