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Using Oracle's Empirica Topics to Document Your Signal Management Process

Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Virtual/Webinar/Webcast, United States

Event Type: Seminar

Signal management, the detection, prioritization, and evaluation of signals, is a crucial activity that life sciences organizations should continuously perform in an effort to ensure their products are not related to excessive risks in relationship to the products’ benefits. With the emergence of comprehensive and user-friendly signal management solutions, the management of signals has become easier and more effective. Oracle’s Empirica Topics is a powerful tool that helps companies track information and activities that are related to potential safety and pharmacovigilance signals. For example, after the creation of a signal topic, it can be delegated to members of a safety team for documenting the prioritization and evaluation of the signal. This transparent and collaborative process can protect your organization in an audit and ensure you have a well-established methodology for signal management. Join BioPharm Systems' Dr. Rodney Lemery, vice president of safety and pharmacovigilance, for this free one-hour webinar that will explore why and how Empirica Topics can be:

  • Implemented and configured using BioPharm’s unique methodology
  • Utilized to strengthen your pharmacovigilance systems and processes, by employing techniques promoted by the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) Working Group VIII

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