WHO PROGRAMME

Promoting pharmacovigilance in Azerbaijan

In January 2018, the national centre of Azerbaijan became the 130th full member of the WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring - and there is much progress to report.

WHO programme / 23 June 2022

Luxembourg's PV culture: a lesson in the benefits of cross-pollination

Luxembourg joined the WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring in 2020, and being part of the network has already supported the growth of the pharmacovigilance department.

WHO programme / 04 May 2022

Change in leadership at UMC – WHO Collaborating Centre Uppsala, Sweden

Prof. Hervé Le Louët has resigned from his position as CEO of UMC due to family reasons. The recruitment process for next CEO starts immediately.

WHO programme / 30 March 2022

WHO programme member update – March 2021

Recent additions mean the WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring now stands at 143 full members and 28 associate members.

WHO programme / 30 March 2021

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