Articles tagged as 'SignalDetection'

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Three questions on… desogestrel and panic attacks
UMC’s Research pharmacist Sarah Watson explains the significance of a recently published signal that links contraceptive drug desogestrel to panic attacks.

The paediatric screening – a clinician’s perspective

Towards precision pharmacovigilance
Using the techniques of precision medicine, individual risk factors, including genetics, can be used to predict which patients will most likely experience an adverse drug reaction.

Found in space – New method reveals related drug and reaction terms
Could natural language processing unlock powerful new methods in pharmacovigilance science? See how a journey through space could lead to a new dimension in case report analysis.

Boosting signal detection efficiency in Norway
Implementing VigiLyze as the main signal detection tool in the Norwegian Medicines Agency resulted in a more streamlined and efficient signal management process.

Regional experts gather in Lima for signal workshop
Regional cooperation and global coordination combined to boost signal detection capacity and expertise during a major initiative held in Peru earlier this year.

vigiGroup in action – new method identifies groups of related reports
See how UMC’s new clustering algorithm identifies groups of related reports in our new explainer animation.

Fruitful start for EHDEN-powered signal discovery
In a weeklong groundbreaking study-a-thon with the IMI EHDEN consortium, UMC researchers found longitudinal health data could boost preliminary analysis of drug-event combinations.

UMC science gets personal
The Research corner film series puts UMC pharmacovigilance scientists in the spotlight as they discuss their research and its implications for pharmacovigilance science.

UMC signal detection and causality assessment workshop schools both teachers and students
Working together with students on their signal assessments made clear to teachers the challenges that national centres face in their pharmacovigilance work.

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