17th Skill Development Programme on Pharmacovigilance for Medical Products
The National Coordination Centre for Pharmacovigilance Programme of India (NCC-PvPI) located at Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission Ghaziabad, organized 17th “Skill Development Programme on Pharmacovigilance for Medical Products" from 21st June to 25th June, 2021 through virtual mode. The Webinar started with welcome address by Dr. Jai Prakash, Officer-in-Charge, PvPI, followed by Key note address by Dr. Rajeev Singh Raghuvanshi, Secretary-cum-Scientific Director IPC. Dr Raghuvanshi extended his warm greetings and best wishes to all the participants on behalf of IPC Ghaziabad. He also shared his expectation to further expand PvPI.
Total 152 registered participants from Gujarat. Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Kashmir and Tripura etc, participated in this training programme. The participants Industry Professionals, Physicians, Academicians, Coordinators & Pharmacovigilance Associates of ADR monitoring Centres, Research Scholars, Students (Pharmacy and Medical) across the country. Dr. R.S Ray, Ms Shrishti Saroha , Akash Deep Rawat, Mr. Omkar Mishra from NCC PvPI supported during the workshop.
During the 5 days Skill development Programme, 16 technical sessions were conducted on various topics of Pharmacovigilance including basics of Pharmacovigilance to in-depth signal detection method and regulatory intervention/outcomes etc in an understandable language to the participants. All participants appreciated the Skill Development programme.
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