Pharmacovigilance has undergone rapid regulatory change in recent years and become one of the most demanding aspects of the pharmaceutical industry to both understand and comply with. Our training courses have been designed for drug safety professionals and will offer practical advice on key topics and the latest regulatory developments in this increasingly important field.
A Practical Guide to Producing and Maintaining the PSMF Training Course
20 Jan 2022 - Online webinar
Also on: 5 Apr 2022
This course provides a practical guide to both producing and maintaining the PSMF to ensure compliance and has been fully revised to include the latest updates.
A Practical Guide to Writing Risk Management Plans (RMPs) Training Course
13 Jan 2022 - Online webinar
Also on: 4 Apr 2022
Understand the relationship between RMPs and safety reviews; PBRERs/DSURs; licence submissions (CTD) and their maintenance.
Advanced Pharmacovigilance Training Course
Advanced Veterinary Pharmacovigilance Training Course
An Essential Overview of Pharmacovigilance Training Course
Introduction to Veterinary Pharmacovigilance Training Course
26-27 Apr 2022 - Online webinar
Also on: 5 Jul 2022
A basic training course for those working on drug safety in the EU. This course has been designed to provide basic training and a good introduction to those concerned with veterinary pharmacovigilance.
*INCLUDES: Interactive workshop and discussion sessions*
Pharmacovigilance Training Course
Pharmacovigilance Aspects of Licensing Agreements Training Course
25 Apr 2022 - Online webinar
Also on: 13 Jul 2022
This programme will be of interest to all personnel involved in business development and licensing agreements aspects of pharmacovigilance
Pharmacovigilance QMS & Inspection Preparation Training Course
Signal Detection and Regulatory Expectations Training Course
22-23 Feb 2022 - London
Also on: 16 May 2022
This two-day programme will give you a comprehensive review of signal detection and regulatory expectations including the new updated Signal Module IX and Eudravigilance quantitative signal requirement