As the tradition goes, our 10th annual Pharmacovigilance Seminar has taken the spotlight in the pharmacovigilance world last week.
In the light of the increasing globalisation of pharmacovigilance, the management of the Institute has decided to work closely with International Society of Pharmacovigilance, once again, after the last year successful cooperation.

All speakers came from pharmaceutical background, with topics of their presentations varied from 'PV in the Covid era' and 'The Real Brexit experience - UK QPPV vs. EU QPPV ' to 'Implementing Al approaches across PV regulatory science'.

The seminar was organised and adjusted for audience of Czech and Slovak professionals, running in the Czech language. Many PV experts and soon-to-be experts were on site to meet local members of their field, and thanks to the hybrid form, additional participants joined online. Zoom record is now available to all participants. 

We are proud to share a few comments we have received as part of the feedback:

  • 'I would like to thank you for this year's selection of topics and speakers. Compared to last year it was (at least for me) incredibly beneficial.'
  • 'The seminar was very educational and interesting, great presentations and presenters.'
  • 'Thank you for the informative seminar, good cooperation and communication.'

We look forward to seeing our Czech speaking/understanding community at our next 11th annual seminar - Pharmacovigilance 2022.