New podcast on how drug safety can help fight resistant bugs

Research / 04 July 2022

Jean Marie Vianney Habarugira and Albert Figueras are all for using pharmacovigilance databases for AMR surveillance. Hear them out on the latest episode of Drug Safety Matters.


Managing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) will require innovative solutions from many different disciplines. Could pharmacovigilance be one of them?

In the latest episode of Drug Safety Matters, Jean Marie Vianney Habarugira and Albert Figueras, who have been investigating how drug safety tools could help track AMR, tell podcast host Federica Santoro why they think it’s time the two communities joined forces for good.

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