New podcast episode explains the IDMP standards

Technology / 03 October 2022

National differences in identifying products and substances complicate pharmacovigilance. But the IDMP standards promise a harmonised, structured body of definitions. Learn how...

The Identification of Medicinal Products (IDMP) standards promise to harmonise how pharmaceutical products and substances are described around the world. But how will that benefit patients and who will make sure the standards are properly implemented?

Uppsala Monitoring Centre’s Malin Fladvad and Olle Lagerlund join Drug Safety Matters host Federica Santoro to discuss the advantages and challenges of this global standardisation effort.

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