Last Updated on February 28, 2023
National Pharmacovigilance Centre, DRAP collects reports of suspected Adverse Events associated with the use of therapeutic products. Anyone can report a suspected adverse events.
DRAP has enabled both electronic and manual systems for collection of reports of suspected adverse events:-
Following ways can be used to report a suspected adverse events:-
- Ask your healthcare professional (Physicians, Pharmacists and Nurses), to report a side effect or adverse reaction.
- Report Your Side Effect or Adverse Reaction by Yourself to National Pharmacovigilance Centre through Med Vigilance System of DRAP
- Download and fill out a yellow reporting form and send to National Pharmacovigilance Centre of DRAP through email at npc∂dra.gov.pk or at postal address.
For further information about who can report ADRs and how to report suspected Adverse Events to DRAP, please navigate to How to Report ADRs to DRAP