This was the subject of many discussions at the recent World Drug Safety Congress Americas 2019 in Philadelphia. As has been the case at many pharmacovigilance meetings in the last few years, artificial intelligence, outsourcing solutions and automation were hot topics, with debates over the future use of such strategies to achieve operational efficiency whilst strengthening patient safety. Continue reading “Safety strategies and efficiencies – what is the best solution?”
Adis Pharmacovigilance attended the World Drug Safety Congress in Amsterdam on Sept 10th and 11th.
The event has been running for over a decade and is world renowned for its ability to connect key stakeholders in the drug safety field, as well as for leading the way in moving the sector forward.
Senior level drug safety professionals, as well as representatives from sponsors and service providers, met to discuss key topics and showcase solutions.
This year’s theme, Addressing Key Challenges for Safety Professionals, had us prepared for a series of interesting presentations and discussions on the ever growing importance of pharmacovigilance and the challenges connected with ensuring patient safety. Continue reading “The World Drug Safety Congress in Amsterdam addresses key challenges”
Although automation and artificial intelligence were yet again some of the buzz words at this pharmacovigilance conference, I was even more interested to hear other perspectives on how the industry is changing and what initiatives are being implemented in order to adapt to this environment. The World Drug Safety Congress US took place in Philadelphia on 10-11 April with over 350 attendees and over 100 speakers. Continue reading “Revolution, innovation, and collaboration: report from the World Drug Safety Congress”