Training - ISoP Joint Meeting
ISoP – ENTIS Training Course Berlin, Germany 2-3 June 2016
Risk assessment of drugs used during pregnancy and lactation.
The International Society of Pharmacovigilance (ISoP) in co-operation with the European Network of Teratology Information Services (ENTIS) will hold a joint training course on 2nd to 3rd June 2016 in Berlin, Germany. This training course will address the specific areas of drug use during pregnancy or breastfeeding and pharmacovigilance. Experts working on these fields either in hospitals or community settings, drug agencies, pharmaceutical companies or in academia are the target audiences. Items in the programme will address basic and specific aspects of teratology, some epidemiologic tools to monitor drug use during pregnancy or breastfeeding, and communication about risks in this specific setting. Through this meeting, ISoP is pleased to partner with ENTIS on provision of education material in the important field of problems of drug use during pregnancy or breastfeeding and how pharmacovigilance will help manage these risks. This two days course is targeted at physicians, scientists, regulators and industry, with a focus on problems in medical care during pregnancy.
- Lessons learned from thalidomide – principles of teratology
- Embryology and causes of adverse pregnancy outcomes
- Pharmacoepidemiology of drugs during pregnancy
- Specific diseases and drugs during pregnancy, e.g.: Hazardous intrauterine infections: example CMV Thyroid diseases and iodine deficiency Maternal obesity and diabetes Vitamins and supplements Epilepsy and anti-epileptics: valproate and safer alternatives Depression and antidepressants Autoimmune diseases and immunomodulatory drugs
- Infant’s mental development after intrauterine exposure
- Drug exposure during breastfeeding
- Risk perception and risk communication
The faculty for this course consists of international and national experts in teratology, pharmacovigilance, and communication.
ISoP – ENTIS Training Course Berlin on ‘Risk assessment of drugs used during pregnancy and lactation’ accredited for CME credits
The ‘ISoP and ENTIS’ symposium ‘Risk assessment of drugs used during pregnancy and lactation.’ is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). The course ‘Risk assessment of drugs used during pregnancy and lactation.’ is designated for a maximum of 12 hours of European external CME credits.
Certificates can be handed over at the end of the course on 3 June.
Programme and registration
Click here for the programme of the training.
Registration are now open! Register before 31st March for Early bird
Please choose one of the following registration forms as appropriate and fax it (+49. 5194. 97 44 94) or mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Solution Office will afterwards send a payment request to you:
Registration for ISoP members (with a discounted registration fee)
You can also register via the ENTIS website; please click here
The training course will take place at the conference centre of the “Akademie der Wissenschaften” located at the “Gendarmenmarkt” in the heart of Berlin. Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities Jägerstrasse 22/23; D-10117 Berlin, Germany
We have reserved a number of rooms at the selected hotels at reduced rates.
If you are interested, please click here for further information and make your reservation directly with the hotel. The two hotels on the list are close to the meeting venue at the “Gendarmenmarkt” and are ideal for all people attending only the training course. However, you are free to book your room at any other hotel in Berlin as appropriate.
How to come to the meeting venue?
Most of you, if not all, will come directly or via another German or foreign airport with a ‘regular’ airline. These flights will most probably land in Berlin-Tegel. However, check with your airline. Low budget airlines like easyjet, Ryanair, German Wings will land in Berlin-Schoenefeld.
Arrival at the airport Berlin-Tegel
Public transport by bus
In front of the main hall of the airport, i.e. outside the octagon, there is the bus stop. Take a bus of line TXL (place No. 2) with direction to “Alexanderplatz” which is the final destination of this bus line. Leave the bus at the station “Unter den Linden/Friedrichstraße”. The meeting venue is now in walking distance: follow the Friedrichstraße southwards until you reach the Jägerstraße (4th street crossing). Go left until you reach the Gendarmenmarkt where the meeting venue is located (access to the building in the Jägerstraße 22/23). Fare is € 2.70 including change from bus to metro. Bus journey will take around 30 min.
A taxi will take you within 20 min from the Tegel airport to the meeting venue. It probably will cost 15 to 20 €.
Arrival at airport Berlin-Schoenefeld (low budget airlines)
The train station is in walking distance from the main building. Follow the signs to “Bahnhof Berlin-Schoenefeld”. Use the regional train RE 7 AirportExpress or RB14 to the station “Alexanderplatz”. Trains will depart every 30 min and the journey will take around 30 min. At “Alexanderplatz” change to the Metro (U-Bahn) – line 3 (downstairs) with direction to “Ruhleben”. Leave the Metro at the station “Stadtmitte” (five stops). Take the exit “Gendarmenmarkt”. The meeting venue is now in walking distance: Go left and cross the Gendarmenmarkt where the meeting venue is located (access to the building in the Jägerstraße 22/23).
Fare is € 3.30 including changes from Regional Train to the bus or metro.
A taxi will take you within 30 min from the airport to the hotel. It probably will cost 30 €.
Leave the train at Berlin Main Station (“Hauptbahnhof”). Take a bus of line TXL with direction to “Alexanderplatz” which is the final destination of this bus line. Leave the bus at the station “Unter den Linden/Friedrichstraße”.
Fare is € 1.70 (“Kurzstrecke”). Bus journey will take around 10 min.
The meeting venue is now in walking distance: follow the Friedrichstraße southwards until you reach the Jägerstraße (4th street crossing). Go left until you reach the Gendarmenmarkt where the meeting venue is located (access to the building at Jägerstraße 22/23).
The suggested hotels and the meeting venue are located in the centre of (former) East-Berlin.
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