3rd Annual Pharmacovigilance 2012

Start Date: 
Friday, August 31, 2012
End Date: 
Friday, August 31, 2012


“Ensuring safer drugs to market by analyzing latest developments in pharmacovigilance, drug safety and risk management" 

31st August 2012, Hyatt Regency, Mumbai, India. 

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Key Themes Discussed at this Summit: 
• Exploiting the latest technologies, methodologies and Introducing pharmacy automations on work practices of Pharmacovigilance 
• Keeping abreast of the changes impacting the drug safety industry to ensure the pharmacovigilance strategies are robust and geared to compliance 
• Recent successful strategies and business models to bring out new medicines 
• How will PV activities change with Clinical Trial Transformation Initiative? 
• Identifying essential antidote requirements and learn to implement best practices in drug safety and surveillance 
• Exploiting the pharmacy automations and technologies for enhancement of medication safety 
• Stay ahead of computing and electronic communications in pharmacovigilance 
• Latest developments in pharmacovigilance, drug safety and risk management to ensure safer drugs to market 
• Establishing the importance of pharmacovigilance for the safety of the patient 
• Determining the steps and strategies for enhancing quality in healthcare 
• Improving patient care and safety in relation to use of medicines and all medical and paramedical interventions 
• Analyzing the information on current industry projects and trends 
• Identifying the latest regulatory framework for pharmacovigilance 
• Global marketing strategies in order to engage with regulatory centers of excellence on pharmacovigilance 
• Accelerating new medicine introduction in developing world & overcoming challenges 
• Explaining how to use the data sources and observational research for effective safety analysis 
• Good supply chain management practices for medicine distribution 
• Be part of a major networking opportunity 


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