January 8th, 2013

Newsletter from the Pharmacy and Poisons Board, our partner in Kenya

The Lifesaver 3rd Edition Dec 2012.pdf


November 6th 2012

Results from Monitoring Medicines are starting to make an impact on the PV community!

A recent editorial from BMJ praises the consumer reporting system guidelines produced in WP2.

Drug safety: reporting systems for the general public
WHO’s latest guidance is relevant to developed and developing countries

Drug Safety_Reporting systems for the general public.pdf

 


 

August 14th, 2012

Uppsala Reports 58

A report from the WHA in Geneva in May.

UR58.pdf


June 25th, 2012

From the archives:

WHO Pharmaceuticals newsletters, No. 4, 2011

Kenya hosts two pharmacovigilance training courses, pp. 18-19

PharmNew4_2011.pdf

 

WHO Pharmaceuticals newsletters, No. 6, 2011

A training course on Cohort Event Monitoring of medicines used
in HIV treatment programmes, p.12

PharmNewsletter6_11.pdf


June 25th, 2012

The the RIPER PDIC Bulletin, June 2012, with an article on Monitoring medicines on page 15

RIPER PDIC Bulletin June 2012.pdf


May 30th, 2012

It is our pleasure to announce a new WHO publication:

A practical handbook on the pharmacovigilance of medicines used in the treatment of tuberculosis - Enhancing the safety of the TB patient.

Special thanks are due to David Coulter, from New Zealand, who prepared the first draft of this handbook and to Geraldine Hill, also from New Zealand who re-worked a number of Annexes. The text underwent further editing by WHO colleagues, and was presented to the WHO Advisory Committee on Safety of Medicinal Products (ACSoMP) at its various stages of development.

We gratefully acknowledge the useful and critical comments from TB and pharmacovigilance experts: Jose A. Caminero, Masoud Dara, Alex Dodoo, Elmira Ibraim, Christian Lienhardt, Sten Olsson, Jayesh Pandit, Daria Podlekareva and Melvin Spigelman.

This Handbook was produced with financial support from the European Commission under its Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), as a deliverable of the FP7 'Monitoring Medicines' Project.

You can access this publication at:

http://www.who.int/medicines/publications/pharmacovigilance_tb/en/index.html


May 28th, 2012

The World Health Assembly press release on the UMC web page

http://www.who-umc.org/DynPage.aspx?id=105196&mn1=7347&mn2=7489&mn3=7248&newsid=10874


May 25th, 2012

The Monitoring Medicines project was invited to host a technical briefing at the 65th World Health Assembly in Geneva yesterday, May 24th with the title “Empowering patients in pharmacovigilance: first results from an interregional consortium”

A panel of speakers presented their views on patient safety and how to empower patients in pharmacovigilance. The panel consisted of:

Regina Komoga – CHAIN, Uganda

Florence van Hunsel – Lareb

Shanti Pal – WHO

Svilen Konov – European AIDS treatment group

Henrik Arildsen – HIV Europe

Sten Olsson – UMC

Jesper Kjaer – CHIP

EmpoweringPatientsInPharmaco.pdf

Press release MM at WHA.pdf


May 17th, 2012

The April issue of WHO Pharmaceuticals Newsletter. On pages 26-27 you find a short account of the training workshop on patient reporting that was organized by Monitoring Medicines in the Netherlands 7 – 9 March.

WHO Newsletter No2 2012.pdf


May 14th, 2012

Archive editions of the Uppsala Reports magazine with articles about the progress of Monitoring Medicines.

UR57.pdf, p. 10-11

UR56.pdf, p. 9

UR55.pdf, p. 5

UR54.pdf, p. 16

UR53.pdf, p. 16

UR52.pdf, p. 14

UR51.pdf, p. 11

UR50.pdf, p. 8

UR49.pdf, p. 10-11

UR47.pdf, p. 14


May11th, 2012

Newsletter from the Pharmacy and Poisons Board, our partner in Kenya

MIPV Newsletter 2nd Edition.pdf


Press Release announcing the launch of Monitoring Medicines Project


Right Medicine, Right use

An article that was published in the Public Service Review: European Union Issue 22

http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/Launch.aspx?EID=82bccec1-b05f-46f9-b085-701afc238b42

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