Articles tagged as 'podcast'

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Communicating science through film - new podcast episode
Tune in to the latest episode of the Drug Safety Matters podcast for a fascinating discussion of why video is such a powerful tool for science communicators.


New podcast Long Read – Two-component vaccines
Listen in to the latest Drug Safety Matters podcast Long Read about how to prevent medication errors with two-component vaccines.


Restoring invisible and abandoned trials – new podcast episode
In the new episode of the Drug Safety Matters podcast, explore the problem of the data we don't see and find out what can be done to peel back the curtain.


New podcast long read – Patient's advocate
The latest episode of the Drug Safety Matters podcast has dropped. Tune in to hear Marie Lindquist reflect on a career dedicated to patient safety.


Latest podcast episode – Tailoring drug therapy to your genes
Drug Safety Matters dives into the fascinating field of pharmacogenomics and the implications it has for tailored treatments and safer prescribing practices.


Keeping vaccines safe – New podcast on COVID-19 vaccine surveillance
UMC experts discuss how real-time vaccine surveillance works during a pandemic and the role of VigiBase in helping to ensure public safety.


New podcast episode – Intuition in pharmacovigilance
The new episode of the Drug Safety Matters podcast is here. Find why pharmacovigilance scientists should not discount the value of intuition.


What is in your herbal medicine?
Journey into the jungle with the Drug Safety Matters podcast to explore the wild and fascinating world of working safely with herbal medicines.


New podcast drops – How do we change behaviour around antimicrobial resistance?
Antimicrobial resistance threatens one of the key pillars of modern medicine. The latest episode of Drug Safety Matters asks how we got here – and how we get out.


New podcast episode – Into the infodemic
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.


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