Adverse Drug Reactions by Body Systems

Understand the clinical manifestations of adverse drug reactions in different organ systems
15 - 17 Nov 2023

On location

English

19,550 DKK ex VAT
(app. 2,628 EUR ex VAT)
50% DISCOUNT FOR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Summary

This course will help you understand the clinical manifestations of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) in different organ systems. You will learn the definitions, the general terminology and the classification of adverse events (AEs) and ADRs. You will also learn methods to determine the causal relationship in single case reports and to understand the principles of causal relationship assessments in single case reports.

The course is offered every 1 1/2 years.


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KEYWORDS

  • Classification of Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs)
  • Causation in Single Case Reports
  • Classification Systems for ADRs
  • Adverse Effects of Drugs on Organ Systems
  • Drug Use in Pregnancy and Lactation
  • Drug Safety in Pediatric Patients
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Course leader(s) & Lecturer(s)

  • Claudia Pierleoni-Nielsen
    Course leader
    Senior Director, Global Drug Safety & PV
    Genmab A/S
  • Terrie Ramirez-Andersen
    Course leader
    Director, Clinical Research Scientists, Medical Oncology
    Genmab A/S
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IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?

Whether you are new to the field or have several years of experience, this programme is relevant if you are a pharmacovigilance professional who wants to improve your knowledge and skills.

What you will learn

 

  1. The clinical manifestations of adverse drug reactions in different organ systems
  2. How to analyze and evaluate the clinical consequences of drug use and the ADR risk
  3. How to incorporate pharmacokinetic variance, drug-drug interactions, and pharmacogenetics into ADR risk assessments
  4. How to use and perform causality assessments and evaluate reports
  5. A comprehensive view of good pharmacovigilance practice

What your company will get

  1. A safety and pharmacovigilance professional who understands the clinical manifestations of ADRs in different organ systems
  2. A safety and pharmacovigilance professional who can independently analyze and evaluate the clinical consequences of drug use and the adverse drug reaction risk
  3. A safety and pharmacovigilance professional who can provide valuable input to other team members working with clinical manifestations of adverse drug reactions in different organ systems
  4. An employee who can play an important role in any project team working with adverse drug reactions

Course calendar

Starting 15 Nov 2023
15 Nov 2023 9:00-16:00

DAY 1

  • Introduction
  • Assessment of causal relationship in single case reports, general methodology
  • Drugs and hepatotoxicity
  • Workshop
  • Drugs and renal function
  • The effects of drugs on the immune system
  • Local and systemic side effects of drugs on skin
16 Nov 2023 9:00-16:00

DAY 2

  • Adverse effects of drugs on the central nervous system (CNS)
  • Adverse effects of centrally acting drugs
  • The effects of drugs on the hematopoietic system
17 Nov 2023 9:00-16:00

DAY 3

  • Cardiovascular ADRs with cardiovascular and non cardiovascular medicine
  • Workshop
  • Drug use in pregnancy and lactation
  • Drug safety in pediatric patients
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Registration

Registration deadline
8 Nov 2023
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15 - 17 Nov
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Course information

Literature

Prior to the course you will get access to mandatory and optional readings via your personal Atrium log-in.

Please familiarize yourself with the mandatory readings before starting the course.

The mandatory readings are also part of the examination syllabus. 

Prerequisites

To enroll in this course, you must have a relevant educational background at bachelor level and, as a minimum, two years of experience in drug safety or pharmacovigilance, or other equivalent qualifications. We consider all applications upon registration.

If you do not fulfill the requirements, you can still apply for the course if you have suitable experience in the pharmaceutical/biological area that would allow you to benefit from the training and enable you to participate actively during the module. Up to 10% of the positions on our course are filled by applicants who have no or limited experience in drug safety or pharmacovigilance. We consider applicants on a case-by-case basis.

Examination

The exam is held online, usually 4-6 weeks after the course.

You will receive a link with exam questions via your personal Atrium log-in.

In order to participate in the exam, you must have attended the course.

This course is a part of this programme

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Course leader(s)

Claudia Pierleoni-Nielsen
Senior Director, Global Drug Safety & PV
Genmab A/S
Terrie Ramirez-Andersen
Director, Clinical Research Scientists, Medical Oncology
Genmab A/S

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