Back by popular demand, our Pharmacovigilance team’s annual refresher webinar will allow you to get up to date with all changes in Vigilance legislation and practices from the past year.
Get up to speed with how COVID has affected PV activities, Good Pharmacovigilance Practices (GVP) and a refresher/overview of the latest EU framework.
Where? Web Meeting, Microsoft Teams
When? Thursday, 25 November 2021, 10:00 – 12:00 CET
Who shall attend? Pharmacovigilance (PV) Personnel, or personnel performing PV activities
Trainers: Anastasia Marouda: Safety Manager, LCPPV, deputy QPPV, PV Auditor. PV professional since 2006.
Anastasia is a member of the Excelya PV and Safety Department, participating in the management of the Excelya PV system and network that provides services to more than 85 Clients in more than 45 countries.
Pharmacovigilance (PV) Refresher and Update
The training material and the language spoken will be in English. The training material will be provided to the attendee(s) in e-copy.
Cost per participant: 250 €
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Photographing/recording of the seminar is not permitted.
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