Chitkara University launches M.Sc in Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Research
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NEW DELHI, July 9- Chitkara University has recently announced the launch of a new program, Masters in Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Research. The masters degree with 2 years of course period focusses to bring highly efficient pharmacovigilance professionals for leading Pharmaceutical companies and Clinical Research Organizations.
Students will get Internationally compliance Pharmacovigilance training rooted with defined Pharmacovigilance Competency Frameworks (PCF). The program lets students have a continuous interaction with National and International organizations through academic conferences and placements.
The course name has been coined using two terms- Pharma and Vigilance. Pharma has been derived from a Greek term ‘Pharmakon’ which means ‘drug’ and Vigilance is derived from Latin term ‘vigilare’ which means ‘to keep watch’. So, Pharmacovigilance as a combined term means “to keep a watch over the functioning of a drug”. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Pharmacovigilance (PV) as the science and activities relating to the detection, assessment, understanding and prevention of adverse effects or any other drug-related problem.
Scope for Pharmacovigilance graduates
After completing the Masters program in Pharmacovigilance, students can find placement as the following professionals:
Pharmacovigilance Medical Safety Writers
Pharmacovigilance Quality Reviewers
Pharmacovigilance System Specialists
Pharmacovigilance Quality Analysts
About Chitkara University
Established and recognized by the Punjab government in 2010 under ‘The Chitkara University Act’, the University offers industry targeted multidisciplinary programs. There is a variety in educational programs that covers nursing, hotel management, architecture, etc. and adds to the academic heritage of excellence of the University.