Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP), in collaboration with the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP), Promoting Quality of Medicine Plus Program, Pakistan, conducted a one-day pharmacovigilance training session for the staff of the National Pharmacovigilance Centre on the newly introduced Pharmacovigilance (PV) Module in Pakistan Integrated Regulatory Information Management System (PIRMIS) on the 29th of July, 2022.
Dr Noor Muhammad Shah, Director of Division of Pharmacy Services (Head of National Pharmacovigilance Centre) along with his team of Additional Director, Deputy Director and Assistant Directors, Pharmacovigilance Centres, Division of Pharmacy Services participated in the training session. A team of USP facilitated the training session and the technical input and training was conducted by Mr Tayyab, PIRIMS Consultant-PQM+. The PIRMIS management system facilitates the submission of data by the registration holders and would be helpful in the quick disposal of work. The new PV Module has been introduced in the PRIMIS to facilitate the submission of pharmacovigilance data by registration holders as per Pharmacovigilance Rules, 2022.