Articles tagged as 'training'

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UMC education went online to fit new reality – in the process reached more students
The pandemic put UMC’s face-to-face training activities on hold, but online the courses are reaching more people from more countries than ever before.

Online Courses in Pharmacovigilance: Promo video
These new courses are a great step forward for international pharmacovigilance and knowledge sharing.

New stats module and better language support feature in UMC online course offering
UMC’s portfolio of online training courses has recently been expanded with the addition of a new module, Statistical reasoning and algorithms in pharmacovigilance.

Building a patient safety culture in India
India is one of the biggest pharmaceutical markets in the world. Read about the key stakeholders and initiatives driving medicine safety in this dynamic and complex country.

Getting African-led PV on the map
The CARTA Early Career Pharmacovigilance Research Grant is putting African-led patient-centred pharmacovigilance on the map.

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.

Community is the future of pharmacovigilance
A pharmacoepidemiologist reflects on two decades of international pharmacovigilance training and sees the future in a strengthening global community of practitioners.

PROFORMA project promoting medicines safety in Africa
The PROFORMA project makes strides in several African countries, promoting the networks and capacities needed to help safety systems keep pace with improving access to medicines.

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