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A teaching experience in Pharmacovigilance: Report of a case

  • At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: LIZANO-BARRANTES, Catalina (University or Costa Rica, Pharmacy Faculty, San Jose, Costa Rica)
  • Co-author(s): Catalina Lizano-Barrantes:Pharmaceutical Care I and II courses. Pharmaceutical Care and Clinical Pharmacy Department. Pharmacy Faculty,University or Costa Rica,San Jose,Costa Rica|Victoria Hall-Ramírez:Pharmaceutical Care I and II courses. Pharmaceutical Care and Clinical Pharmacy Department. Pharmacy Faculty,University or Costa Rica,San Jose,Costa Rica|Milania Rocha-Palma:Pharmaceutical Care I and II courses. Pharmaceutical Care and Clinical Pharmacy Department. Pharmacy Faculty,University or Costa Rica,San Jose,Costa Rica|Luis Esteban Hernández-Soto:Pharmaceutical Care I and II courses. Pharmaceutical Care and Clinical Pharmacy Department. Pharmacy Faculty,University or Costa Rica,San Jose,Costa Rica|María Soledad Quesada-Morúa:Pharmaceutical Care I and II courses. Pharmaceutical Care and Clinical Pharmacy Department. Pharmacy Faculty,University or Costa Rica,San Jose,Costa Rica|Wendy Montoya-Vargas:Pharmaceutical Care I and II courses. Pharmaceutical Care and Clinical Pharmacy Department. Pharmacy Faculty,University or Costa Rica,San Jose,Costa Rica
  • Abstract:

    During the Pharmaceutical Care courses at the University of Costa Rica, one of the topics approached is pharmacovigilance.

    Analize Pharmacovigilance contents and the strategies used to teach it.


    The patient safety topic is approached in lectures, and students are encouraged to report suspected adverse drug reactions (ADR) experienced by patients in

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