Category - Safety of Medicines

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Webinar: Registries

Note: This webinar took place on 8 February 2018. You can find a video recording and the presentations used during the webinar below. Webinar introduction A patient registry is an organised...

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Falsified medicines

A falsified medicine is a fake that passes itself off as a real, authorised medicine but contains poor quality or falsified ingredients, no ingredients or in the wrong dose...

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Safety communication

Safety communication is put in place to communicate adverse reactions or any safety findings to regulators, healthcare providers and patients. Safety communications are provided by marketing authorisation holders and...

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Good Practice – GxP

GxP is an abbreviation for generic good practice, which refers to the series of laws, regulations, and guidance that govern various areas of the research, development, testing, manufacturing, and...

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Risk communication in medicines

Risk communication is a two-way exchange of information on the risks and benefits of a medicine. Patients, companies, and health authorities all have important roles to play in risk...

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Off-label use

Off-label use of a medicine is the use of an authorised medicine by a healthcare professional to treat a patient in a way not covered by the Marketing Authorisation...

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