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Pharmacovigilance Conference

Pharmacovigilance Update: Practical Approaches to Current Challenges - Interactive Session and Workshop Series


ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

DIA is proud to present the Pharmacovigilance Conference 2017. With the continuously growing success of the annual DIA QPPV Forum, DIA launched the Pharmacovigilance Conference to address the questions of practical application of pharmacovigilance.

1. Benefit-risk assessment - What and how to do in practice?

2. What are the key pharmacovigilance inspection trends, plus options for improving organisation and processes - including the role of the EU QPPV and the Pharmacovigilance System Master File (PSMF)?

3. What progress and insights have been made within new EU project WEB-RADR on pharmacovigilance and social media?

4. What are the current regulatory and practical challenges of the Risk Management Plan and can potential improvements be identified?

The conference format is uniquely designed to stimulate dialogue and generate solutions through a series of interactive sessions and workshops conducted in an informal setting allowing for in-depth discussion in smaller groups.

WHY EXHIBIT?

As the Pharmacovigilance Conference is specifically focused around practical skills and application, this is the ideal location to demonstrate the solutions your company provides. Exhibition Tables put you and your products directly in the middle of conversations with decision makers who are or may become your customers. Exhibition space is limited.

WHO WILL YOU MEET?

Experienced professionals who are seeking to improve practical skills in key areas in pharmacovigilance, including:

• Signal management

• Pharmacoepidemiology

• Risk Management Plans

• Benefit-risk assessment

• Quality assurance

EXHIBITING AND HOSTING OPPORTUNITIES

Please download our prospectus for an exhibitor application form and further information on available exhibitings and hosting opportunities.

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Exhibiting Companies

  • Navitas Life Sciences

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