Medi Ocean offers Pharmacovigilance courses covering various aspects of PV such as Signal detection, Risk Management and Pharmacovigilance Systems. The courses are designed for regulatory affairs professionals, pharmacists, physicians and other healthcare professionals.
What is Pharmacovigilance?
Pharmacovigilance is the science and practice of monitoring adverse effects of drugs on patients. It is a branch of public health that aims to protect patients from the adverse effects of medications. Pharmacovigilance includes the detection, assessment, understanding, and prevention of adverse drug reactions. It is also responsible for the collection and analysis of data on medication use and safety.
Who can study Pharmacovigilance?
Pharmacovigilance courses are important for students who want to work in the field of drug safety. However, not everyone is eligible to study these courses. In order to be accepted into a pharmacovigilance course, you must have a degree in pharmacy or a related science field. Pharmacovigilance courses are also open to medical doctors and nurses who want to expand their knowledge of drug safety.
The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the basic principles of pharmacovigilance and the role it plays in protecting public health. Upon completion, participants will be able to:
1) Explain the concepts and principles of pharmacovigilance;
2) Describe how pharmacovigilance contributes to product safety;
3) List the steps involved in a pharmacovigilance program;
4) Discuss common drug safety issues and their management.