Articles tagged as 'WHO-PIDM'

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WHO pharmacovigilance manual now in 3 languages
Practical WHO pharmacovigilance manual now in English, Spanish, and French.


Timor Leste joins WHO programme as associate member
Timor Leste becomes the latest associate member of WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring.


World Patient Safety Day
WHO launches new campaign, urging everyone to speak up for patient as a global health priority.


New WHO programme members
The WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring continues to grow with three new full members and 2 new associates.


#MedSafetyWeek encourages reporting of suspected side effects
#MedSafetyWeek returns for its fifth year, spreading the word to healthcare professionals and patients alike on the importance of reporting suspected side effects of medicines.


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.


National centres share experience at 42nd annual meeting
The 42nd Annual NC meeting drew the global pharmacovigilance community to Bogotá, Colombia for an intensive programme of learning, experience sharing and inspiration.


Med Safety App: an international mobile tool for drug safety
Reporting of adverse events is a mainstay of pharmacovigilance. A simple app is now being deployed internationally to boost both the quantity and quality of reporting.


Record growth pushes VigiBase past 28 million reports
After decades of slow but steady growth, VigiBase has recently entered a new phase of accelerating expansion, driven by a range of converging forces.


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