Resources - Other PV Events & Meetings

2020 Webinar Series: CIOMS Consensus report on Drug-Induced Liver Injury (DILI)

20 July 2020, 7pm* – 8.30pm SGT Via Zoom
*Corresponds to 7am Eastern Standard Time (EST), 1pm Central European Time (CET) & 9pm Australian Central Standard Time (ACT)
The webinar will be organized in collaboration with the Centre of Regulatory Excellence (CoRE) at the Duke-NUS Medical School of the National University of Singapore. More information about programme and registration here

WEB-RADR 2 webinars

Webinar 1: WEB-RADR 2 technology and innovation, 22 June 2020 at 14:00-15:00 UK
Webinar 2: WEB-RADR 2 terminology mappings, 24 June 2020 at 16:00 – 17:00 UK
Webinar 3: WEB-RADR 2 future opportunities and sustainability, 29 June 2020 at 14:00 – 15:00 UK
Register your interest in attending the webinars on Eventbrite. Registration closes on Friday 19 June 2020. Registered participants will receive connection details before each webinar.
Any questions about the event please contact: WEB-RADR@mhra.gov.uk

* ISoP Middle East Chapter webinar

BUSINESS CONTINUITY of PHARMACOVIGILANCE in COVID-19 ERA
9 June, 2020 – 17.00 London time (BST) (1 hour duration)
Free panel discussion bringing the expertises from different stakeholders (regulatory agency, healthcare professional, pharmaceutical industry and patient advocacy) to share with you the challenges and the measures to ensure the continuity of Pharmacovigilance during COVID-19.
Contact isopmechapter@gmail.com to register!

Webinar- US Food and Drug Administration

9-10 June 2020
FDA will be hosting a webinar on Pharmacovigilance and Risk Management– New Approaches, Tools, and Technologies on June 9th  and 10th. This webinar is free and will cover a variety of topics on medication errors, pharmacovigilance and risk management strategies. Here is the link which provides additional information.

Webinar – PIPA LIVE PV

9 June 2020, 12 – 1pm
Free booking: click here
This webinar will focus on the future of the QPPV role in the UK, post-Brexit. PIPA will announce details of the launch of a new QPPV working group to act as a voice for the role and ensure that the concentration of UK talent continues to shape the modern future of PV in the best interest of patients.
Non-members may book by emailing pipa@pipaonline.org.