Optimising PharmacoTherapy In the multimorbid elderly in primary CAre is a cluster randomised controlled trial that will include outpatients from the Swiss primary care setting with polypharmacy, in order to optimize medication appropriateness.

The project makes use of the STRIP Assistant and the internationally coded STOPP-/START-criteria.

Software & Publications

Jungo, Katharina Tabea; Rozsnyai, Zsofia; Mantelli, Sophie; Floriani, Carmen; Löwe, Axel Lennart; Lindemann, Fanny; Schwab, Nathalie; Meier, Rahel; Elloumi, Lamia; Huibers, Corlina Johanna Alida; Sallevelt, Bastiaan Theodoor Gerard Marie; Meulendijk, Michiel C; Reeve, Emily; Feller, Martin; Schneider, Claudio; Bhend, Heinz; Bürki, Pius M; Trelle, S; Spruit, Marco; Schwenkglenks, Matthias; Rodondi, Nicolas; Streit, Sven: Optimising PharmacoTherapy In the multimorbid elderly in primary CAre’ (OPTICA) to improve medication appropriateness: study protocol of a cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open, 9 , 2019. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
  • STRIPA The STRIP Assistant is a web application that I developed during my PhD research. It is a decision-support system that aids physicians with conducting medication reviews. Originally, it was developed for use in Dutch primary care, but in the OPERAM project it has been extended to support multiple sources of decision rules, and several multiple languages.