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Pharamavogivilance North America Summit

22 Oct 2012 - 24 Oct 2012 - Boston, USA



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This event also provides invaluable networking opportunities as well as providing insight into the future of pharmacovigilance.

Summit topics will include:

•    A Retrospective on the Evolution of Pharmacovigilance
•    Good Pharmacovigilance Practice in a Global Environment: Focusing on EMA, FDA & Japanese Regulations
•    Spontaneous Reporting: Filling the knowledge Gaps
•    Addressing the Importance of Developing & Implementing a Pre-Marketing Plan
•    FDA developments and future direction
•    Designing Post-approval Safety Studies
•    The Patient Perspective: Gaining & Keeping Customer Trust
•    Developing & Implementing Strong Post Marketing Best Practices
•    Linking AE Trends: An Epidemiologist’s Perspective
•    Shaping an Accurate Risk Profile of Your Drug
•    Leveraging IT to develop Efficient Operating Models
•    Know Your Population and Decrease Systemic Errors
•    Physician training: Spreading the word on proper AE Reporting



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