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PIPA is a membership association for professionals working within the fields of medical information, pharmacovigilance and related functions in the pharmaceutical industry.

PIPA provides training, events, guidance, resources and networking opportunities to assist our members in their roles.

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PIPA Conference 2016

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Pharmacovigilance

Resources specifically developed for individuals working within Pharmacovigilance.

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News

MHRA: MHRA-led WEB-RADR project

MHRA: MHRA-led WEB-RADR project

On 21st April 2016, the MHRA-led WEB-RADR project held its General Assembly at the Royal... read>

MHRA: update on guidance re informing the MHRA of an ADR using the E2B messaging system.

MHRA: update on guidance re informing the MHRA of an ADR using the E2B messaging system.

On 3rd May 2016, the MHRA updated its guidance on how marketing authorisation holders should inform... read>

EMA: Involving general practitioners in regulatory decisions on medicines

EMA: Involving general practitioners in regulatory decisions on medicines

The European Medicines Agency organised a workshop with representatives of general practitioners and... read>

Events

5th - 6th October 2016 - PIPA Conference, Delegate Booking

Delegate bookings are now being taken for the 2016 PIPA Conference at our preferential early bird rate.

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5th - 6th October 2016 - PIPA Conference, Exhibitor Booking

Exhibitor bookings are now being taken for the 2016 PIPA Conference at our preferential early bird rate.

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PIPA Online Training - GVP Module IV

This course provides a comprehensive overview of Module IV (Pharmacovigilance Audits) of the Guideline on Good Pharmacovigilance Practices produced by the European Medicines Agency.

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2016 Code Compliance Forums - 20th June; 19th September; 12th December

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The key objective of the PIPA Code Forum is to provide an opportunity for representatives to meet on a regular basis to discuss issues related to the Code and other legislation regulating promotional/non-promotional activities.

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PIPA Online Training : GVP    Module XV

If you’re looking to get to grips with the regulations and guidelines for communicating and coordinating safety information in the EU (to include patients and healthcare professionals), this course will provide you with a good introduction and equip you with the fundamental principles.

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PIPA Online Training: GVP Module VI

If you’re looking to get to grips with the regulations and guidelines for the collection and reporting of adverse events, this course will provide you with a good introduction and equip you with the fundamental principles of Pharmacovigilance.

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PIPA Online Training: Introduction to Pharmacovigilance for non-Pharmacovigilance Personnel

This course provides the legally required level of training for all employees working for a Pharmaceutical Company so that they are able to recognise and report adverse events. It has been developed by senior Pharmacovigilance experts working within the Pharmaceutical Industry so you can be confident of the quality and relevance of the training. It is up-to-date with current regulations and, once you have passed the test at the end of the training course, a formal certificate is provided to confirm course completion and understanding.

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Discussion Forums - Hot Topics

EVMPD Bulk Update Tool

EVMPD Bulk Update Tool

We have done a bulk update through the xEVMPD at EMA for all licences for one of our clients and we... read>

French imputability scores

French imputability scores

Does anyone have any clear guidance on how to generate a French imputability score? I have a... read>

Out of hours call handling

Out of hours call handling

Please can you advise how you manage out of hours calls with regard to whether you have a dedicated... read>