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Pharmacovigilance, Drug Safety and Risk Management 2014

26 Nov 2014 - 27 Nov 2014 - Brussels, Belgium

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Join us at upcoming the Pharmacovigilance, Drug Safety and Risk Management 2014 conference which is due to take place on 26th – 27th November 2014 in Brussels. 

This must – attend event offers an overview of the most relevant pharmacovigilance (PV) issues and a unique insight into the experiences of leading industry experts. We also promise to provide a platform to compare experiences, share best practice and anticipate the future of PV legislation in a changing European and global regulatory landscape.

This conference will bring together regulators and industry experts to share their experience, discuss the practical implications of these changes and determine the most efficient ways to move forward. A balanced mix of presentations, panel discussions, round tables and workshops will equip you with the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully face the challenges in pharmacovigilance legislation and increasing globalisation. 

Secure your place today by quoting reference MK-SRMP at 

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