Training workshop on vaccine safety for Member States, building on the experience obtained in the ECDC vaccine safety project VAESCOArchived

event
23 Feb 2012 - 24 Feb 2012
Stockholm, Sweden
ECDC

ECDC organised a workshop aimed at the Member States not participating in the ECDC Vaccine safety network. The workshop's objective was to build preparedness to investigate, confirm or refute vaccine safety signals in the event a signal would arise in one of the EU Member States.

The experiences gained so far in the ECDC Vaccine safety project (VAESCO) will be shared.

Workshops:

  •  Training workshop on vaccine safety for Member states – building on the experience obtained in the ECDC Vaccine safety project VAESCO, Kari Johansen, Piotr Kramarz, Pier Luigi Lopalco, Johan Giesecke, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
  •  Dynamics and Patterns of Vaccine Safety Concerns, Jan Bonhoeffer, University Children‘s Hospital, Basel (Switzerland)
  •  EudraVigilance and the Pandemic Experience, Emil Andrei Cochino, Pharmacovigilance and Risk Management, European Medicines Agencies
  •  European Medicines Agency and ENCePP, Emil Andrei Cochino, Pharmacovigilance and Risk Management, European Medicines Agencies
  •  Assessment of vaccine safety signals – workmodel between Public Health and Regulatory agencies, Kari Johansen, Piotr Kramarz, Pier Luigi Lopalco, Johan Giesecke, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
  •  Implementation of the New Pharmacovigilance Legislation, Pieter Neels, Belgian Federal Agency for Medicines and Health Products (FAMHP)
  •  Pharmacovigilance and -epidemiology by vaccine manufacturers, Thomas Verstraeten, P95
  •  The stages of vaccination safety investigations, Miriam Sturkenboom, Erasmus University Medical Center
  •  Invitation to a Vaccine Safety Journey
  •  Impact of heterogeneity on interpretation of VAESCO studies, Miriam Sturkenboom, Erasmus University Medical Center
  •  Models for sharing data: the VAESCO experience, Miriam Sturkenboom, Erasmus University Medical Center