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Nordic Pharmacovigilance Day

07 Oct 2014 - 07 Oct 2014 - Copenhagen, Denmark



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Designing an Efficient Pharmacovigilance System

Integrating electronic system to achieve an Effective Safety System

Pharmacovigilance is an extremely important function of public health. It is defined as the science and the process, applied to the monitoring of medicines’ safety, thus allowing action to be taken in reducing their risks and increasing their benefit risk ratio.

In the EU all medicinal products must undergo severe tests and be assessed for safety, quality and efficacy. Only then their use can be authorised. The monitoring continues even when the medications are distributed on the market, so as to detect and assess all possible factors that could affect their safety and to allow for corrective measures to be taken.

The careful monitoring of pharmaceutical products means that the Marketing Authorization Holders must invest considerable resources – financial, operational and structured – to ensure their safety.

This conference will highlight how the use of electronic systems can help Companies to achieve the effective safety system required by the law, especially under the new GVP guidances.

The Scientific Board, Hanne Damgaard Jensen, M.Sc.Pharm, MBA and Aili Chong, Pharmacovigilance Consultant, i-Li Consulting will share best practices, results and experiences in this field.

Target

The seminar is aimed to small and medium size company who need support with the Pharmacovigilance system to implement and to invest in.


For further information and for registration, please visit the website www.pharmacovigilanceday.com 



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