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Jun 05, 2024 9:30 AM - Jun 05, 2024 12:30 PM

Bringing Together Multiple Sources of Evidence for Pharmacovigilance Evaluations

This is a virtual pre-meeting Short Course in conjunction with the DIA Global Annual Meeting.


Pre-registration required and is an additional fee.

*Please note: Short Courses are stand-alone events. Registration for the main conference, forum, etc. are not mandatory.

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This Short Course will be offered virtually – Join from anywhere! This short course will provide an opportunity to understand the complementary nature of multiple evidence sources for pharmacovigilance evaluation and provide training on evidence synthesis methodology and how it can be applied to bring together data from multiple sources. During the course, we will focus on what evidence synthesis is and how it can be applied to your research, why we should bring together different sources of evidence, and why it is necessary to recognize the complementary nature of pharmacovigilance and pharmacoepidemiology (RWE).

Register for two or more Short Courses and receive $50 off each Short Course! Purchases must be made at the same time to receive the discount. Discounts will be reflected on the last page of the cart.

Registered attendees for this virtual Short Course will receive access to the course recording for 2 full months post-course! This allows you to remain flexible with your schedule and not worry if you need to step out momentarily. Have a conflict with the dates of the course, but are interested in the content? Register anyway and you will receive access to the recording!

Who should attend?

Professionals, academics and students involved in or interested in learning about understanding and applying evidence synthesis to research.

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this short course, participants should be able to:
  • Describe reasons for bringing together evidence from different data sources and study designs, and how this can be achieved
  • Discuss how pharmacovigilance and pharmacoepidemiology are complementary fields
  • Evaluate how evidence synthesis methodologies may be applied and interpreted by members of the audience in their work

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