Adverse Event Reporting in Market Research
Provides a good basic understanding of the ABPI/BHBIA Guidance notes on collecting adverse events, product complaints and special reporting situations during market research.
This programme is for anyone:
- involved in pharmaceutical healthcare market research, business intelligence, customer insight or consultancy work
- working in or for a BHBIA member company
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