Training - ISoP Mid Year Training Course
Mid-year training course – Canberra (Australia)
This training course will address the specific needs and interests of people working in the field of pharmacovigilance either in regulatory agencies, pharmaceutical companies, in academia, hospitals or community settings. The programme will cover pharmacovigilance and risk-management issues in the context of the Australian and New Zealand health systems and particularly the specific situation of rapidly growing countries and health economies.
Day One will take the form of lectures with opportunity for discussion through questions and answers and panel discussion, while Day Two will focus on hands-on interactive tasks in smaller workshop groups.
The second part of the course will focus on risk management and minimization approaches. Participants will gain hands-on experience of development of Risk Management Plans (RMPs) and the conduct of benefit-risk assessments.
This two-day course is targeted at regulators, scientists and industry, with a strong focus on practical examples and real-life solutions.
The programme will include the following topics:
- Current landscape, regulatory and international legislative frameworks
- ADR collection and management
- Risk management (e.g. Risk Management Plans)
- How to apply international regulatory actions in a local context (e.g in Australia and New Zealand) (workshop)
- Benefit-risk assessment and clinical considerations (workshop)
The faculty for this course consists of international and national experts in pharmacovigilance, representing government, academia, and industry.
This course is organized in the capital city of Canberra, Australia, in collaboration with the ISoP Western Pacific chapter. It is the first time that such ISoP training has been undertaken in Australia.
Preliminary programme available here
Rydges Capital Hill, Canberra, Australia
17 Canberra Avenue,
Forrest ACT 2603
Practical information, registration will be available soon.
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