At the end of the training activity the student should have acquired knowledge and skills related to the safety of drugs, tools, figures and structures involved in pharmacovigilance.
In particular, the student should be able to
1. Understanding the mechanisms behind adverse drug-induced reactions (Knowledge and understanding).
2. Being able to critically analyze the generation and flow of suspicious ADR reports within the pharmacovigilance network (Ability to apply knowledge and understanding).
3. Be able to communicate the results of pharmacovigilance studies to an untrained public even in the form of lexically appropriate formal documents (Communication skills).
4. Knowing how to evaluate the therapeutic benefits and risk profiles of a given drug in the context of the assessment of innovation (Making judgments)
5. Link the different topics covered in the course with the contents of other pharmacological and toxicological characterizing courses. Continuously updating through the consultation of scientific publications specific to the sector. (Learning skills).