The future has arrived – report from the DIA PVRMS Conference 2020

The future has arrived – report from the DIA PVRMS Conference 2020

What struck me most about many of the presentations at the recent DIA Pharmacovigilance and Risk Management Strategies conference (27-29 January in Washington DC) was that the future is already here, because change is already happening. For the last 2-3 years, many sessions at PV conferences focused on the potential of game-changers such as artificial intelligence, real-world evidence, personalised medicine and social media: Can we utilise these? What role do they play? Are they effective? It seems that the time is now for such concepts to be embraced by the industry and regulators alike in the pharmacovigilance world. And all of this against the backdrop of Brexit coming to fruition. Continue reading “The future has arrived – report from the DIA PVRMS Conference 2020”

DIA India 2019: Regulatory Trends in Clinical Safety & Pharmacovigilance (An EU perspective).

DIA India 2019: Regulatory Trends in Clinical Safety & Pharmacovigilance (An EU perspective).

This first session of the conference, chaired by J Vijay Venkatraman, gave the audience a broad overview of the state of flux in pharmacovigilance, essentially resulting from changes initiated in Europe – the impact of evolving Eudrovigilance, Brexit and E2B R3 were the focal points. Continue reading “DIA India 2019: Regulatory Trends in Clinical Safety & Pharmacovigilance (An EU perspective).”