Work package 10
Planning and implementation workshops for pilot countries on using active and stimulated passive surveillance for disease-specific pharmacovigilance
Organization UMC WHO UCPH UGMS PPB
1) To increase country capacity to carry out pharmacovigilance for antimalarials and ARVs.
Complementing existing methods in Pharmacovigilance
In June 2011, the Project trainined 6 African Countries ( Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabawe, Botswana, Ethiopia and Burkina Faso) on Cohort Even Monitoring (CEM) of Anti-Malarial Medicines and on Targeted Spontaneous Reporting ( TSR) of adverse events associated with Anti-Retroviral (ARV) Medicines. In November 2011 the project facilitators and participants from three European countries ( Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova) gathered on a training to monitor adverse drug events of ARVs Medicines using Cohort Event Monitoring method.
Training in Ukraine
Training workshops for capacity building in pharmacovigilance methods that complement spontaneous reporting
Pharmacovigilance methods that complement spontaneous reporting D7.pdf