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IPC to hold skill development programme on pharmacovigilance for medical products from Nov 9 to 13

Shardul Nautiyal, Mumbai
Friday, October 30, 2020, 08:00 Hrs  [IST]

To enhance pharmacovigilance knowledge and skills of the healthcare professionals, the Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC) will start 16th Skill Development Programme on Pharmacovigilance for Medical Products (PvM) through a 5-day webinar between November 9 and November 13, 2020.

This skill development programme is envisaged to promote patient safety through reporting of adverse drug reactions (ADRs).

The programme will cover Pharmacovigilance: Basics, Objectives & Methods, ADRs: Understanding, Prevention & Reporting, Understanding about Individual Case Safety Reports (ICSRs), Hands-on-training on ICSRs processing, MedDRA coding, Pharmacovigilance Programme of India (PvPI), Good Pharmacovigilance Practices (GvP), Regulatory Aspects of PV, Materiovigilance Programme of India and Causality Assessment & Quality Review of ICSRs.

Professionals who have been trained on pharmacovigilance (PV) currently working in various healthcare institutions across the country have been motivated to take the onus of disseminating the knowledge and practices of PV for effective adverse drug reaction (ADR) monitoring.  

This programme will also initiate the process of creating a registry of skills, enable and mobilize a large number of healthcare professionals to acquire requisite skills for not only employment but also capacity building and strengthening of Qualified Persons for Pharmacovigilance (QPPv) as per the requirement of the Schedule Y of Drugs and Cosmetics Act.

Last date of registration is November 4, 2020.  Registration Fee is Rs.1,000 (including 18%GST) per participant. Online registration is mandatory through following link:

After successful registration, Individual participant will receive the webinar link on their registered Email Id. For any query, applicant may contact on Email: .

IPC under its flagship Skill Development Programme has trained many healthcare professionals including doctors and pharmacists to acquire requisite skills for furthering the Pharmacovigilance Programme of India (PvPI) in the country.

This programme is a part of the skill development programme in the country under the government’s ambitious Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana to produce and nurture qualified pharmacovigilance personnel for effective pharmacovigilance (PV).

This is also aimed at enhancing career prospects and employment opportunities in PV in government and private sector, career opportunities in regulatory systems/contract research organizations (CROs) and public health programmes, acquiring basic knowledge in PV and abilities to deliver good PV practices on par with international requirements.

PV is a science that relates to detection, assessment, understanding and prevention of adverse affects or any other drug related problem. To track adverse drug reactions in Indian population, Union health ministry launched PvPI which has outreach all over the country.
Aimed at imparting hands-on training to the young healthcare professionals in the field of PV, the programme aims at enhancing knowledge and skill of qualified pharmacovigilance professionals to ensure patient safety.

 

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