Medicines for Europe Pharmacovigilance Conference

The Medicines for Europe annual Pharmacovigilance Conference is more than a traditional conference. It is a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends, to engage with renowned experts, and to personally develop as a healthcare professional.

The 13th Pharmacovigilance Conference will take place for the very first time in Amsterdam at the Hilton Hotel on 29th January 2020.

Take the opportunity to learn from regulators and leading experts and discover what the challenges and opportunities will be in the field of Pharmacovigilance in 2020.

What can you expect from the Conference programme in 2020?

Our sessions will allow conference attendees to catch up on all recent activities and to prepare themselves for upcoming challenges and milestones such as:

  • How globalisation is impacting pharmacovigilance
  • The end of the signal detection pilot: what does the future hold for Marketing Authorisation Holders?
  • Finding out about the lifecycle approach in pharmacovigilance and how it can leverage risk minimisation
  • Measuring the impact of pharmacovigilance activities
  • Discovering the latest trends in compliance and inspections
  • How we can simplify and reduce burden in the pharmacovigilance system
  • How to maximise work sharing and improve system efficiency for industry and regulators

Do not miss out on these exciting discussions. Join us to discover and learn from the experts who will be joining us in Amsterdam in 2020.

We look forward to seeing you there!

See highlights from our 2019 event




To secure your place at this ‘must attend’ platform, please register now and you too can share information with leading experts and network with your peers.

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Medicines for Europe is honored to be collaborating with the following partners to make this year’s conference


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