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    Brief details of this course training

    Name of the Course Pharmacovigilance Advanced Course
    Duration 45 days / 1 hr per day
    Training Days Monday to Friday(EST)
    Course Materials Videos, Books
     

    Overview of Pharmacovigilance

    Medicines are chemicals or compounds used to cure, decrease or prevent disease, ease symptoms or help in the diagnosis of illness. Consuming a medicine is equivalent to consume a risk, because no medicine is absolutely safe and all pose some health risks. These risks are mild in most cases but have the potential to cause disability or even death. The decision whether medicine can be taken or not depends on benefits and risks ratio. The product will be available in market if the benefits associated with medicine outweigh the risk. Hence drug safety monitoring and risk management are vital for manufacturers and regulatory authorities. Pharmacovigilance also known as drug safety, is the process that make sure the medicines are safe for their intended use, which starts at drug development phase and continues through out life cycle of the product.  

    Definition:

    As per world health organization (WHO), Pharmacovigilance is the science and activities relating to the detection, assessment, understanding and prevention of adverse effects or any other drug-related problem.

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    Aims of Pharmacovigilance:

    1. To improve patient care about drugs and keep the patient safe from adverse effects of medicines, and all medicinal and paramedical interventions.
    2. To contribute to the assessment of benefit, risk and effectiveness of medicines.
    3. To promote understanding, education and training about this field and its effective communication to health professionals and public.
    4. To encourage safe and rationale use of medicines.
     

    Objective of Pharmacovigilance:

    1. To detect the new adverse effects, drug interactions and contraindications.
    2. Communication of information about adverse events so that they occur less frequently.
    3. Reevaluation of risks and benefit ratio for effective use of medicines in patients to reduce side effects and more benefits.
    4. Identification of mechanisms that cause adverse effects of drugs.
     

    Pharmacovigilance process - Adverse event process flow

    The pharmacovigilance process includes multiple phases of handling adverse event report.   Phase 1: Collection of all adverse event reports including serious, non serious, new or already known event. Adverse event reports are collected through different sources which are;
    1. Spontaneous or voluntary reports
    2. Clinical trials and Post marketing study Reports
    3. Literature reports
    4. License partner reports
    5. Regulatory authority reports
    6. Legal reports
      Phase 2: includes assessing these adverse event reports as per pharmacovigilance process guidelines and submitting them to regulatory authorities. In this phase the drug safety team assess the information multiple steps:
    1. Case validity assessment
    2. Database entry
    3. Event selection and coding with MedDRA
    4. Product coding
    5. Seriousness assessment
    6. Causality assessment
    7. Labelling assessment
    8. Writing narratives
    9. Medical input
      Phase 3: determine the specific adverse events associated with medicines and then compare with another drug having similar adverse effect. Multiple teams involved in this phase.
    1. Periodic report compilation/aggregate reporting
    2. Signal management
    3. Risk-benefit assessment
    Phase 4: Management and communication of these adverse effects.  

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    Basic fundamentals of ICSR

    Individual Case Study Report (ICSR) is an adverse event report for an individual patient and is source of data in pharmacovigilance.

    Sources of AE reporting:

    1. Spontaneous or voluntary reports - As per ICH E2D, A spontaneous report is an unsolicited communication by healthcare professionals or consumers to a company, regulatory authority or other organization (e.g. WHO, Regional Centers, Poison Control Center) that describes one or more adverse drug reactions in a patient who was given one or more medicinal products and that does not derive from a study or any organized data collection scheme.
    2. Clinical trials and Post marketing study Reports - The Adverse events reported while patient participating in clinical trials or post marketing trials.
    3. Literature reports - Literature report is any adverse drug reactions reported in
      1. Published abstracts or
      2. Articles in medical/scientific journals
      3. Unpublished manuscripts involving case reports
      4. Important safety findings or clinical studies including posters, letters to the editors, and associated communication from scientific meetings.
    4. License partner reports - A Pharma company get into a licensing agreement with third party to produce or market a drug formulation that the other company has developed. Each license partners does have pharmacovigilance agreement to meet safety requirements in marketing country. The cases received from other pharmaceutical company which has PVA agreement are handled as license partner cases.
    5. Regulatory authority reports - If a consumer or healthcare professional directly report adverse events to regulatory authority (i.e, FDA, EMA etc..) not to marketing holder (pharmaceutical company), then those reports will be shared to marketing holders by regulatory authorities. This type of cases which were received by companies from regulatory authority are handled as regulatory authority cases.
    6. Legal reports - If the reporter file a lawsuit against medicine manufacturer and the report received from the lawyer are handled as legal case.
      ICSR Validity: All the adverse event reports may not be valid. Only valid reports which meets below criteria are to be submitted to Regulatory authority.
    1. Identifiable patient
    2. Identifiable reporter
    3. A suspect drug
    4. An adverse event or adverse drug reaction

    Types of ICSR reports:

    Based on source of adverse events the ICSRs are categorized into solicited and non-solicited reports.
    1. Solicited Reports are the ICSRs which were originated from a organized data collection system such as;
      • Interventional and non interventional clinical trials
      • Patient registries
      • Post marketing studies
      • Patient support programs
      • Marketing programs
      • Investigator initiated trials
      • Compassionate use programs
    1. Non solicited reports are the ICSRs which originated from unorganized data collection system such as;
      • Literature cases
      • Legal reports
      • Regulatory authority reports
      • Spontaneous reports
      • Social medial reports

    Steps involved in ICSR:

    Once the report received from one of the sources mentioned above, the case undergoes multiple processing steps before submitting to regulatory authorities. The steps involved in ICSR case processing are:
    1. Case validity assessment
    2. Database entry
    3. Event selection and coding with MedDRA
    4. Product coding
    5. Seriousness assessment
    6. Causality assessment
    7. Labelling assessment
    8. Writing narratives
    9. Medical input

    Regulatory submission timelines:

    Globally ICSR are reported under 3 categories :
    1. Clinical Death/Life threatening cases and SUSAR (Suspected Unexpected Serious Adverse Reaction) cases are reported within 7 calendar days to the NCA (national competent authorities)/HA (health authorities).
    2. Clinical trial other Serious cases and safety issues are reported in 15 days calendar days timeframe.
    3. Serious post marketing cases are reported within 15 calendar days to the NCA (national competent authorities)/HA (health authorities)
    4. Non-Serious cases are reported within 90 calendar days to the EU health authority (EMA). Not mandatory for non-EU countries.
    The clock starts (day 0) on the date when any personnel of the MAH first receive a case report that fulfill the minimum criteria

    Basics of Aggregate reporting

    Aggregate reporting is the process that reviews the cumulative safety information from a wide range of sources, on a periodic basis and submits the findings to regulators worldwide.

    Types of aggregate reports:

    • Pre-marketing report:
      • IND annual reports
      • Clinical study reports (CSR)
      • Development Safety Update Report (DSUR) (annual reports)
    • Post-marketing report:
      • Periodic Benefit Risk Evaluation Report (PBRER)/Periodic Safety Update Report (PSUR)
      • Periodic Adverse Drug Experience Report (PADER).
      • NDA and ANDA annual reports
     

    Signal Management

    The definition of a signal as provided by the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) 8 Working Group: Information that arises from one or multiple sources (including observations and experiments), which suggests a new potentially causal association, or a new aspect of a known association, between an intervention and an event or set of related events, either adverse or beneficial, that is judged to be of sufficient likelihood to justify verificatory action. Signal Management: A set of activities performed to determine whether, based on an examination of individual case safety reports (ICSRs), aggregated data from active surveillance systems or studies, scientific literature information or other data sources, there are new risks associated with an active substance or a medicinal product or whether known risks have changed, as well as any related recommendations, decisions, communications and tracking. Activities include:
    • Signal detection
    • Signal validation
    • Signal prioritization
    • Signal assessment
    • Recommendation for action
    • Exchange of information
     

    What type of jobs are there in Pharmacovigilance and which one I should consider?

    There are multiple areas in pharmacovigilance, some need specialization and some need medical/clinical/pharmacology knowledge. Core pharmacovigilance team require medical/clinical/pharmacology knowledge. This team handles ICSR reports, aggregate reporting, signal management, preparing RMPs/REMS/SMPs. These jobs require qualification of healthcare professional (physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, veterinarians, Ayurvedic physicians). At an entry level one can apply for drug safety associate role who handles ICSR reports. There are multiple roles in ICSR such as case intake/triage team, case processing, quality review and medical review. Medical review team requires physicians but other teams need healthcare professionals. To apply for this role one must have knowledge in pharmacovigilance processes and guidelines, must have skill set to read incoming hospital records, patient records, medical literature, case report forms, labelling documents etc. Major activities that are reading medical records or patient adverse event reports, writing narratives, event coding with MedDRA, product coding with WHODD, event seriousness assessment, labelling and causality assessment, entering data into drug safety database like ARGUS, ArisG etc., Starting level job titles are:
    • Pharmacovigilance specialist
    • Pharmacovigilance scientist
    • Drug safety associate
    • Safety and pharmacovigilance associate
    • Signal detection drug safety associate
    At an entry level for drug safety associate the average salary range can be between 300K - 400K per annum for other healthcare professionals and for physicians the starting salary is 800K per annum. Once you have achieved 2-3 years of experience you can move forward to either quality review, signal management or if you have good narrative writing background you can move into aggregate reporting where you will be writing many different types of reports such as expedited reports, DSUR, PBRER, PADER, RMPs, REMS, Annual safety reports etc. The specialist jobs in pharmacovigilance include; statisticians (requires masters in statistics or biostatistics), epidemiologists (requires PhD in epidemiology or relevant field), IT and computer experts.  

    Job offering Organizations on the Globe

    Each and every pharmaceutical company has their own pharmacovigilance team as it mandatory as per regulatory requirements/WHO/ICH. In large pharmaceutical companies, more than 100000 adverse event reports can be received each year.  To handle the cases effectively and to meet the regulatory timelines and compliance, companies started outsourcing the PV unit. Trained Pharmacovigilance associate can apply for employment opportunities in the following organizations:
    1. Pharma and biotech companies
    2. Contract research organizations (CROs)
    3. Knowledge process organizations (KPOs)
    4. Regulatory authorities
    There are many CROs and KPOs are handling PV for many big pharma companies in India and there are many pharmacovigilance consultancies available in USA and EU regions. Top CROs/KPOs/consultancies hiring pharmacovigilance jobs are:
    • Accenture

    • Cognizant

    • TCS

    • IQVIA

    • Parexel

    • Kinapse

    • APCER life sciences

    • PPD

    • Bioclinica

    • Tech Mahindra

    • Pharmalex

    • Primivigilance

     

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    Course Curriculum

      • Introduction to PV Unlimited
      • Brief history of PV Unlimited
      • Importance of adverse event reporting Unlimited
      • Reasons for ADR collection Unlimited
        • Introduction to Individual case safety report (ICSR) Unlimited
        • Basics of Aggregate Reporting Unlimited
        • Basics of Signal Management Unlimited
        • GVP Modules training Unlimited
        • Eudravigilance requirements Unlimited
        • FDA Good Pharmacovigilance Practices and Pharmacoepidemiologic Assessment Unlimited
        • FDA regulation for IND safety reporting and post market safety reporting Unlimited
        • Sources of ADR reports Unlimited
        • ADR validity assessment Unlimited
        • Adverse event selection, coding and Basics of MedDRA Unlimited
        • Assessing ADR reports – Seriousness, labelling, causality and Narrative writing Unlimited
        • Workshop on Labelling, causality and narrative Unlimited
        • Event selection and coding Unlimited
        • MedDRA training and workshop Unlimited
        • Case follow-up Unlimited
        • Duplicate search process and handling duplicates Unlimited
        • Reports of Special situation Unlimited
        • PBRER Unlimited
        • PADER Unlimited
        • DSUR reports Unlimited
        • Signal detection process Unlimited
        • Signal prioritization Unlimited
        • Signal evaluation and validation Unlimited
        • Signal Analysis Unlimited
        • Signal Assessment Unlimited

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