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Meet your leaders - Adverse Event Reporting Online Training Course

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  • 1.     ADVERSE EVENT REPORTING ONLINE TRAINING COURSE  MEET YOUR LEADERS          Mick Foy  MHRA Mick Foy is the Group Manager of the Vigilance Intelligence and Research Group of the MHRA. Mick has  been with the MHRA for 25 years and has worked in most areas of medicines regulation during that time,  for the bulk of his career he has worked mainly in Pharmacovigilance and has also managed the General  Practice Research Database (GPRD). Mick leads the Better Regulation Of Medicines Initiative (BROMI)  pharmacovigilance sub‐group to identify better ways of working. Mick’s main role is the running of the  Yellow Card Scheme and ADR reporting system, development of the Agency’s Pharmacovigilance systems,  PSURs, safety variations, renewals and the MHRA’s pharmacoepidemiology function. It is Mick’s team that  deliver the UK’s drug signal management programmes.    https://www.adverseeventreportingtraining.com/S2               
  • 2.         ADVERSE EVENT REPORTING ONLINE TRAINING COURSE  MEET YOUR LEADERS      Graeme Ladds,  PharSafer Associates, Ltd  Graeme Ladds is the CEO of PharSafer® and has over 20 years experience in the Pharma Industry and whose last position in industry before forming PharSafer® was as Head of Global Drug Safety for a multi‐national Pharma Company and as EU Qualified Person for Pharmacovigilance (EU QP PV).  Graeme has worked as both a Pharmacovigilance and Medical Information Manager previously and over the many years of working in the field of Safety and Medical Services has written a modular book on Multi‐National Pharmacovigilance (2006, 2010); written many articles on Pharmacovigilance in peer reviewed journals; currently serves as editor on a multi‐national Pharmacovigilance Journal; is a regular speaker at conferences; and active member of many international associations which include the DIA (and active member of SIAC); TOPRA; and ISOP.  In 2005 Graeme also designed with a global safety database provider, a validated global medical information database that links directly to the safety database providing seamless transfer of ADRs as well as providing a multi‐functional medical services database.  Graeme’s role within PharSafer® is operational and will continue to be very much as part of the day to day running of the Company with extensive client contact and with overall organizational control.  PharSafer® and Graeme Ladds have appeared in the Annual Who’s Who list of innovative Companies and Directors since 2007.   https://www.adverseeventreportingtraining.com/S1 

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