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Qualified Professional in Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety (QPDS)

Discover pharmacovigilance and drug safety careers online by this job-ready program for international health professionals, and recent undergraduate students.

Course in numbers

What to expect?

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Overview

Why Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance?

Increasing demand across the world for skilled professionals who can carry out surveillance safety trials and make reliable reports by leveraging the technological advancements in the field.

Objective

know the most critical aspects affecting Pharmacovigilance employees firsthand

The course will be delivered by experienced trainers in the field who know the most critical aspects affecting PV employees firsthand. Throughout the training sessions, practical examples and frequently asked questions will be addressed through a rigorous and practical approach.

International

our course will treat another different subject such as the international context of pharmacovigilance, and sources of information in pharmacovigilance, in order to document signal detection, ICSRs, PSURs, referrals and more, presenting practical situations which may impact on daily activities.

Uptodate

We will also be talking about the latest updates national and international guidance (ICH, FDA, EMA, Health Canada, PMDA) for signal detection in pharmacovigilance, with practical examples of medical evaluation in signal management, focusing also on the issues most frequently encountered.

Recommendations

This Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety Certificate is recommended by

Target Audience

This Certification is Designed for Graduates Who have a Scientific Background

Pharmacists

BSc. in pharmacy, PharmD, MSc in pharmacy, PhD in pharmacy.

Medical Practitioners

Medical doctors, and nurses.

Scientists & Researchers

Medical doctors, and nurses.

Opportunities

This Certification is Designed for Professionals Aspiring to Make a Career as

Drug safety, PV scientist, specialist, associate

Medical Safety scientist, specialist, reviewer

Clinical trial case processing safety specialist

Risk management, assessment, minimization manager, director etc.

PV safety and analytics reporting analyst, specialist, associate 

Data management, governance, operations manager, associate etc.

Learning Outcomes

North America

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Learning Outcomes

Europe

Success Story

International Medical Doctor to Pharmacovigilance Specialist at McKesson

When I moved to Canada I was a freshly graduated medical doctor without any experience in the pharmaceutical industry and some experience in the clinical research field. I started seeking for an interesting job in the medical area giving that it is very difficult to have equivalency of my medical diploma. It was a long journey! I applied for clinical research entry level jobs, I had interviews but without success! I followed a pharmacovigilance course given by InnoVigilance which permitted to me to discover the PV world, and to have the precious key which allowed me to have an interview at McKesson for the position of pharmacovigilance specialist. I am really grateful to them.

Learning Path

Qualified Professional in Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety (QPDS)

Pharmacovigilance Introduction and Basics
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Overview of drug safety and pharmacovigilance basic notions, terminology, regulation and main pharmacovigilance activities.

Drug Safety Regulation and Good Pharmacovigilance Practices

As Drug safety is a highly regulated field, in this module, the pharmacovigilance trainee will acquire a strong knowledge and a deep understanding of both local and global regulation and good pharmacovigilance practices which are the key to reach compliance and face challenges during audits and inspections.

Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety Operations
In this module, the Pharmacovigilance trainee will be able to handle basic steps in drug safety as day to day activities (Data collection, Data Entry in Safety database, Coding of adverse reaction descriptions, Case causality assessment and Timely reporting to authorities).
Safety Medical Writing, Quality and Compliance
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Once the pharmacovigilance trainee understands drug safety regulation and is able to handle PV activities on a daily basis, this module, allow him/her to lead projects on redacting Aggregate Reports and Risk Management Plans, identifying new potential risks and developing risk minimization measures, ensuring Quality and Compliance and contributing in Audits and Inspections.
 
Qualified Professional in Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety
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About the instructor

Who is Dr. Omar Aimer?

Speaker & Chair of roundtables
Dr. Omar Aimer presenting in World Drug Safety Congress 2019

World Congress Americas & Europe

Executive Committee Member

North American Chapter of ISoP

Pharmacovigilance Drug and Device Safety Specialist

Global pharmaceutical company

MSc. Pharmacovigilance & Drug Safety

Paris Descartes University

Pharmacovigilance Drug & Device Safety Pharmacist

Raymond Poincaré – APHP

MSc. Industrial Pharmacy

Paris Descartes University

Pharmacovigilance Pharmacist

Pharmacovigilance Regional Center (ANSM) – APHP 

Lecturer on pharmacology

University of Oran

Pharmaceutical Products laboratory Director
PhD. Pharmacology

University of Algiers

BSc. Pharmacy

University of Oran

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