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WEBINAR: Pharmacovigilance and clinical trials oversight in sub-Saharan Africa in the era of COVID-19 - Gallery view
Geoffrey Okello
25:44
Okay
Star Khoza
26:10
okay
Michelle Viljoen
38:22
Could everyone not presenting please switch off their camera / video please
Denise Richardt
42:47
Will the slide deck be made available for download?
Michelle Viljoen
44:00
We will make it available with the permission of Dr Ndagije afterwards.
Priscilla Patricia Nyambayo
01:07:12
Excellent thanks Helen
Denise Richardt
01:09:23
Can the questin be repeated - sund is very bad
JOHN MPONDA
01:12:11
Is there any data on Covid 19 vaccine ADRs in Africa eg. blood clots? have you picked cases.John Mponda from Malawi
Chenaimoyo Mandimika
01:14:25
How can we access the data on the Covid 19 ADRs. How can we in our countries monitor these and ensure safety for our populations. Chenai from Namibia
Monica Plöen
01:16:02
http://www.vigiaccess.org/
Frieda Shigwedha
01:16:44
Data available on Vigiflow. And DHIS2 system used to enter AEFI relating to COVID-19 vaccines.
Priscilla Patricia Nyambayo
01:34:24
For Zimbabwe for COVID-19 vaccines there is very close collaboration with EPI & MCAZ, National PV centre and we conduct joint AEFI trainings , & use targeted spontaneous reporting & piloting an mHealth Active surveillance tool , we also have country AEFI line listing for WHO Joint Reporting Form(JRF) & e-pv systems that is E2BXML compatible & mandatory Clinical trials ICSRs as well & MAH reporting. Epv system has mobile apps as well & web based consumer reporting
Raffaella Ravinetto
01:34:42
Question - Very rare events linked to COVID19 vaccines have created a lot of concerns in the society, either high or low and middle income countries, sometimes fuelling vaccine hesitancy. Is there a role for PV Programs in improving the communication to the communities? In translating complexity for a lay public?
Kennedy Odokonyero
01:46:09
In Uganda, we are piloting a project on using peer educators to promote ADR reporting of ART. The idea is to train the more experienced patients on basic ADR and reporting. In turn these patients go into the community to sensitize other patients.
Monica Plöen
01:47:03
https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/10665338400 has a chapter on communications
Hazel Bradley
01:47:28
Please contact: hbradley@uwc.ac.za
Dario Scaramuzzi
01:49:49
Hi everyone, this is Dario Scaramuzzi from SEARCH and Africlinique, both reported in the summary of the EDCTP-funded project slide, already in touch with Bradley for future collaboration
Sten Olsson
01:50:11
Please note that abstracts are now invited for the ISoP Annual Meeting taking Place 8 - 10 November. Go to the ISoP web site for further information
Dario Scaramuzzi
01:50:49
The next EDCTP Forum will be in October this year in Maputo
Michelle Viljoen
01:53:03
Thank you Dario we will be in touch.
Denis Awuni
01:54:00
Thanks for the opportunity
Dario Scaramuzzi
01:54:45
Thank you very much to all panelist for their really comprehensive presentations and to the organizers for this truly interesting webinar
Denise Richardt
01:54:51
Thank you very much for an excellent discussion session.
Denis Awuni
01:55:00
Will there be a certificate of participation ?
Priscilla Patricia Nyambayo
01:55:25
Thanks
Barbara Kobusingye
01:55:29
Thank you to all the organisers of this webinar. It was very informative.
Raffaella Ravinetto
01:55:29
Very well done!