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The Pharmaceutical Information and Pharmacovigilance Association (PIPA) exists to support and assist its members in the development of their professional skills and responsibilities.

PIPA is the professional organisation for individuals who are involved in the provision and management of information and those involved in the fulfillment of regulatory requirements relating to drug safety.

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PIPELINE

PIPA's Journal
Latest Issue: PIPELINE 43

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News

EMA and EU national competent authorities agree on action plan to address medication errors

EMA and EU national competent authorities agree on action plan to address medication errors

The European Medicines Agency and the National Competent Authorities of the European Union (EU)... read>

The four health systems of the United Kingdom: how do they compare

The four health systems of the United Kingdom: how do they compare

A report, published by the Health Foundation and the Nuffield Trust, assesses the performance of... read>

Heartbleed Virus

Heartbleed Virus

You are probably aware of the recent internet-wide 'virus' Heartbleed and may be concerned... read>

MHRA website soon to move to GOV.UK

MHRA website soon to move to GOV.UK

The MHRA is one of hundreds of government websites moving to GOV.UK over the next few... read>

Events

PIPA online training

Analysis and Evaluation of Clinical Information 

This module will benefit all those whose work involves interpreting clinical data to produce meaningful information for both colleagues and customers and/or undertaking the medical review of promotional materials.

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PIPA Online Training: GVP ModuleVI

PIPA is delighted to have launched its first online training course on GVP Module VI - Management and Reporting of Adverse Reactions to Medicinal Products.

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 Code Compliance Forums 2014 

The key objective of the 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. Membership is by annual subscription from a member company.

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Discussions from the Forum

PIPA MI Standards Feedback

PIPA MI Standards Feedback

The PIPA Committee would welcome feedback on the MI Standards published last Autumn. Log in... read>

Replacement of pharmaceutical product for patients visiting the UK

Replacement of pharmaceutical product for patients visiting the UK

A PIPA member has posted an enquiry asking whether anyone has experience of helping patients... read>

Screening literature for ICSRs

Screening literature for ICSRs

A PIPA member has posted an enquiry regarding using a third party to screen literature databases... read>