PPP056 - Antimicrobials Pharmacokinetics with Professor Jason Roberts (part 2)
Jane and Dan caught up with Professor Jason Roberts, NHMRC Practitioner Fellow at The University of Queensland and Consultant Clinical Pharmacist at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. Jason is a senior member of the Burns Trauma and Critical Care Research Centre within the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research and is Director of the Centre for Translational Anti-infective Pharmacodynamics in School of Pharmacy where he is also Chair of the research Strategies Committee.
We could have talked to Jason all day. In part two of our two-part discussion on pharmacokinetic modelling of antimicrobials we talk about:
- different pharmacodynamic models for antimicrobials: concentration, time and AUC dependant
- the clinical evidence for using pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modelling
- future directions for clinical pharmacokinetics
You can read more about Jason's work here