New podcast episode – Into the infodemic

Communications / 29 March 2021

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Tune in to the latest in our Drug Safety Matters Long Reads series, exploring how pharmacovigilance experts can help win the war on viral misinformation – by not fighting it.


As the COVID-19 pandemic spread around the world, so did waves of viral misinformation. For pharmacovigilance manager Marco Tuccori, fighting the “infodemic” is a massive, but necessary, battle.

This episode is part of the Uppsala Reports Long Reads series – the most topical stories from UMC’s pharmacovigilance magazine, brought to you in audio format. Find the original article here.

After the read, Marco joins host Federica Santoro to discuss how the pandemic has affected his work at the University Hospital of Pisa, Italy – and what are the most pressing challenges in pharmacovigilance communication today.

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Tags: podcast, covid-19, pandemic, SocialMedia

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