31 August - 3 September 2021
MHRA Publishes Pharmacovigilance Inspection Metrics Reports for 2006
In the 2006 reports, the pharmacovigilance inspectoratelisted a total of 32 critical findings during the year. The majority ofcritical findings related to overall failure of the pharmacovigilancesystem, spontaneous case processing and the roles and responsibilities ofthe EEA Qualified Person for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV). Also, the largestnumber of major findings was related to these topics. However, it can beseen that there were findings in all areas of inspections.
The reports can be found here:
Guidance on Pharmacovigilance inspections is provided inChapter 2.4 of part 1 ofVolume 9A Pharmacovigilance (Human) of the RulesGoverning Medicinal Products in the European Union. The guideline addressingveterinary products is available as a stand alone document in theVolume 9Bsection of Volume 9.
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