Reforming pharmacovigilance education – New podcast out now

Education / 10 May 2023

Lack of knowledge on reporting and adverse drug reactions in general greatly impact pharmacovigilance, yet how may education be improved to tackle this?

Lack of education on pharmacovigilance greatly impacts its effectiveness in ensuring the safe use of medicines, hence there is an urgent need to rethink how it is taught at universities and beyond. Yet, which educational interventions do we harness for the greatest effect?

This is the focus of research conducted by Michael Reumerman from Amsterdam University Medical Centers, whose ‘real-life interventions’ have already impacted education in the Netherlands and resulted in teaching resources that anyone may access and use. Find out more in the latest Drug Safety Matters podcast, hosted by our very own Federica Santoro.

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