Field(s) of expertise
- Pharmacotherapy education;
- Patient safety.
Education and career
Floor van Rosse studied Biomedical sciences at Utrecht University. During her BSc she learned that her future ambition wasn’t working in a lab, so she chose a MSc in Epidemiology and graduated in 2009 in clinical epidemiology as well as in infectious disease- and pharmaco-epidemiology. From 2009-2014, Floor was a PhD candidate at the AMC department of Public Health in collaboration with the department of Public and Occupational health of EMGO+ Institute/VUmc. She studied ethnic inequalities in patient safety in Dutch hospital care, and conducted quantitative as well as qualitative research. During her PhD-period she found out that she liked teaching and educational development a lot. Since September 2014 she is working in the pharmacy department at Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam as a teacher and educational coordinator. Since 2017 she is appointed as assistant professor and is currently working on a research line on pharmacotherapy education.
Teaching activities include coordination of all pharmacotherapy education in the medical master curriculum, coordination of pharmacotherapy education including examination in the clinical technology premaster programme.
I (co-)develop (online) courses and exams and my main teaching activities are applying on the WHO 6-step and safe, rational prescribing.
Our group developed over 200 5-minute videos on specific drugs (in Dutch).
- The whole playlist can be found on YouTube: click here.
UTQ (BKO) obtained in 2016; currently in SUTQ (SKO) training.
Scholarships, grants, and awards
- CLI fellowship;
- Best teacher in medical master curriculum (2019).