Pharmacovigilance is the science and practice of monitoring, assessing, understanding, and preventing adverse effects or any other drug-related problems associated with the use of pharmaceutical products.
It plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety and efficacy of drugs and medical products throughout their lifecycle, from development and clinical trials to post-market surveillance.
At the forefront of advancing drug safety, the maiden edition of Drug Safety Symposium is dedicated to upholding the highest standards through rigorous practices in pharmacovigilance, regulatory compliance, and quality assurance.
Our esteemed Conference and Masterclass format serves as premier gathering, offering a dynamic platform for attendees to delve into the latest industry trends, stay abreast of regulatory changes, and unearth innovative solutions propelling the pharmaceutical industry into the future.
Committed to excellence, we foster an environment conducive to meaningful discussions, knowledge sharing, and collaboration. Our goal is to empower participants with insights that transcend traditional boundaries, ensuring a transformative and enriching experience.
Join us as we navigate the evolving landscape of drug safety, shaping the future of pharmaceuticals through expertise, exploration, and collaboration.
Critically appraise the founding principles of pharmacovigilance and landmark cases effecting change to recent drug safety issue
Explain key operational drug safety definitions
Demonstrate good pharmacovigilance practice and locate key sources of information and documentation
Critically discuss issues associated with global pharmacovigilance
Analyse the stages of drug development in terms of drug safety assessment and benefit risk
Critically explain the strengths and weakness of pharmacovigilance reporting systems Identify and predict future challenges in drug safety and pharmacovigilance
Global QPPVs / Deputies
QPPV Office managers
Heads of Pharmacovigilance
Heads of Pharmacovigilance Technologies
Drug Safety Managers and Leaders
Drug Safety Specialists
Medical Safety Officers
Regulatory Affairs Specialists (with a focus on PV)
Regulatory Affairs Managers
Regulatory Affairs Specialists
Regulatory Compliance Managers
Quality Assurance Managers
Clinical Research Managers
Clinical Project Managers
Clinical Research Associates
CEOs, Managing Directors, General Managers
Patient Safety Officers
Regulatory Authorities Representatives: Officials from health regulatory agencies responsible for drug safety and surveillance
Clinical Trial Managers: Professionals overseeing clinical trials with a focus on safety monitoring
Independent consultants providing PV expertise
Drug Manufacturing and Quality Control Specialists: Professionals involved in ensuring drug quality and safety during manufacturing