Drug Information Association Conference Discusses Current Concerns and Strategies for Success in Pharmacovigilance and Risk Management
Published: Dec 20, 2012
Discussions from high-level pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and regulatory professionals will focus on new and updated legislation in various ICH regions, the regulatory framework for pharmacovigilance, challenges of implementing risk-assessment and risk-management plans, the impact of social media, and the role of epidemiology in safety analysis. “Understanding these various aspects that impact product safety is a vital step for industry professionals to assess and manage risk,” said DIA Program Chairperson, Mariette Boerstoel-Streefland. “The program provides essential tools to navigate these challenges within the global scope of drug safety.”
The conference will begin with a keynote address on the history, current state, and future of industry drug safety and risk-assessment delivered by David Goldsmith, MD, President and Senior Consultant at Goldsmith Pharmacovigilance and Systems.
Featured program sessions will include:
• Regulatory Updates From the FDA, presented by Gerald J. Dal Pan, Director of the Office of Surveillance and Epidemiology, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, Food and Drug Administration
• What’s New in Japan – Practicalities of Implementation of Risk Management Plans, moderated by Shinya Yamauchi, Operating Officer at Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Japan
• Social Media Panel Discussion, moderated by Elizabeth E. Garrard, Chief Safety OfficerDrug Safety Alliance, Inc., United States
Register here for the Pharmacovigilance and Risk Management Strategies 2013 event.
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