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Chapter: Pharmacovigilance: Spontaneous Reporting - France

The Regional Centres received 20 116 reports that were entered in the national database:


RESULTS

In 2004 (Figure 16.2):


The Regional Centres received 20 116 reports that were entered in the national database: 10 002 (50%) were serious. Industry transmitted about the same number of serious reports to the Agency: 10 867 and submitted 2940 PSURs.

Reports sent to the Regional Centres came from specialist physicians: 79%, general practitioners: 8%, pharmacists: 11%, and others (nurses, midwives etc.): 2%, with a majority from the hospital environment which represents approximately 80% of all reports received by the Centres.

There were 31 261 requests for information, 8151 (26%) of which became reports.

Centre personnel taught 1363 hours of initial train-ing (medical, pharmacy students and others), 781 hours of complementary training (e.g. in master-level courses), and 805 hours continuing medical education.

There were 169 peer-reviewed publications and 220 presentations in scientific meetings.


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