Monitoring adverse reactions

Pharmacovigilance focuses on adverse reactions of pharmaceutical substances as they must be monitored and reported.

When reporting adverse reactions, the chances of finding more rare reactions increase. At the same time, it must be assessed when the adverse reactions of a drug outweigh the benefits of taking it.

Pharmacovigilance focuses on benefits and risks, drug safety and adverse reactions.

Spotting trends

By studying pharmacovigilance, you will experience research up close and gain the latest knowledge within safety of medicine.

You will learn how to monitor pharmaceutical substances – and when to add an adverse reaction in the patient information leaflet or when to remove a product from the market or continue to improve it.

With a course in pharmacovigilance, you can learn to spot trends, meaning that you will learn to detect adverse reaction signals that require action.


Customised courses

Are you looking for a course on pharmacovigilance that matches the needs of your company or organisation?

Courses can be customised and organised to enhance your employees’ skills within a specific area of your interest and that matches your reality.

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