Post graduation diploma in PharmacovigilanceRaaj GPRAC
- Post Graduate Diploma
- Distance learning
- Delivery of study materials
Frequent Asked Questions
· What are the objectives of this course?
To create a nation-wide system for patient safety reporting. To provide Principles of medical diagnosis. Comprehensive and up-to-date understanding of medical and scientific aspects of ADRs. Identifying the latest regulatory framework for pharmacovigilance. Implication for safety reporting in global clinical trials. Risk management plans/ Risk benefit determination. To identify & analyse the new signal (ADR) from the reported cases. To analyse the benefit risk ratio of marketed medications. To generate evidence based information on safety of medicines. To support the regulatory agencies in the decision making process on use of medicines. To communicate the safety information on use of medicines to minimize the risk. To emerge as a national centre of excellence for pharmacovigilance activities. To collaborate with other national centres for the exchange of information & data management. To provide training & consultancy support to other national pharmacovigilance centers located across globe. Overview of ADRs and interactions ADRs by body system: Cardiovascular, Dermatological, Neurological, Psychiatric, Renal, Respiratory, plus Teratology and To knows about issues in Pregnancy To understand Pharmacogenetic and metabolic basis of ADRs Immunological aspects of ADRs
· Who is it intended for?
Graduate/Post graduate in Science, Pharmacy, and Medicines. Drug Safety / Pharmacovigilance Staff. Regulatory Affairs Staff. Clinical Development Staff. Clinical Research Organization Staff. Anyone wishing to build or update their knowledge on adverse event, reporting and drug safety information. Clinicians and academic staff. Pharmacists or other professions allied to medicine.
What you'll learn on the course