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Biotechnological Products Working Group (WG BIO)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 March 2012 08:41
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Working Group on Vaccines

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 June 2011 10:53
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Working Group Pharmacovigilance

Mission
Develop and strengthen Pharmacovigilance through regulatory harmonization activities and proposals that promote the safety and rational use of drugs as a necessary component of public health policies in the Americas.

Objectives

  1. Promote development and circulation of the knowledge, criteria, and methods used in Pharmacovigilance, which should be used in training and educational activities for all actors related to medicines; 
  2. Analyze and promote development of harmonization tools to support Pharmacovigilance in the Region;
  3. Develop and promote a network that permits exchange of knowledge, communication, and support for decision-making related to Pharmacovigilance;
  4. Promote integration of Pharmacovigilance as an essential component of medical programs and public health policies;
  5. Promote research on Pharmacovigilance and its circulation, as well as analysis of the impact of Pharmacovigilance on public health, emphasizing patient safety.
Last Updated on Friday, 20 December 2013 06:44

Working Group on Medicines Registration

Mission, purpose and documents.

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 February 2012 09:57
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Working Group on Medicines Promotion

Mission
To promote and harmonize criteria for medicines promotion as a contribution to the rational use, within the scope of health policies in the Americas.

Vision
Broaden and strengthen the consciousness and responsibility related to medicines promotion.

Objectives

  1. To provide mechanisms and criteria to identify irregularities and demonstrate the most used market strategies of medicines promotion in the American countries.   
  2. To provide information and analysis about regulation, implementation and monitoring related to medicines promotion.
  3. To promote educational activities and programs related to medicines promotion aimed at health professionals, potential and effective consumers.
  4. To evaluate the operation and impact of the activities of the WG.

    Last Updated on Friday, 20 December 2013 06:02
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