UMC provides a series of e-learning courses in pharmacovigilance as well as distance courses through Uppsala University. In March 2021, the UMC courses moved to a new learning platform. Click on the circle for information about the new e-learning platform.
Uppsala Monitoring Centre provides pharmacovigilance and health professionals with a range of distance learning options to further their education in medicines safety. These include e-learning courses on different aspects of drug safety, distance courses in collaboration with Uppsala University, and an extensive video library on YouTube.
The courses are open free of charge to those working in the public sector (PV Centre, Regulatory Authority, Hospital, Academia, Public Health Programme etc.). For other groups, such as for-profit organisations (e.g. pharma industry and CROs), the courses will be made available later this year for a fee. The introduction of fees is necessary due to increased development and maintenance costs. It will also ensure that UMC offers a broad collection of e-learning courses to anyone in the world with an interest in pharmacovigilance.
If you had an account on the previous platform and work in the public sector, you will need to create a new account on the new learning platform.
Uppsala University offers two distance learning courses in pharmacovigilance each semester, in collaboration with UMC.
On our YouTube channel we have uploaded around 200 lectures and seminars, grouped into playlists according to topic. Explore our playlists using the links below.
‘A very good overview, directly PV related. It is hard to find other resources/courses as easily accessible as this one.’
‘It was a very good intro to signal detection laid out in very basic terms.’
‘The course helped me update my knowledge and get more materials for teaching others.’
‘I had worked with those issues even before the course. But to be frank, this added a lot.’
‘Wonderful course. The speakers were excellent and obviously very knowledgeable.’