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A non-fiction medical drama through the eyes of the patient. Join us as we dive into the world of patient safety, where medicine, design, and politics meet, and everything we think about modern healthcare is thrown into question.
 
Drug Safety Matters brings you the best stories from the world of pharmacovigilance. Through in-depth interviews with our guests, we cover new research and trends, and explore the most pressing issues in medicines safety today. Produced by Uppsala Monitoring Centre, the WHO Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring.
 
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Fuelled by disinformation and an array of other cultural and economic factors, vaccine hesitancy is one of the greatest global health communication challenges of our times. But to craft the empathetic and tailored communication strategies required to boost confidence in vaccines, we first need to understand the difference between anti-vaccination b…
 
Medical devices are an integral part to many procedures and treatments, and last month we started to investigate the vast and innovative world of these types of technologies in a two-part series on The Latest Dose. In part one, our esteemed guests, Dr. Khaudeja Bano, the executive medical director of combination product safety, global patient safet…
 
Genetic variation is one of the reasons people differ in their response to medicines. Understanding that variation can inform more refined choices of drugs and doses – ultimately preventing undesired side effects. Join us as we discuss past, present and future of pharmacogenomics with Uppsala Monitoring Centre’s Qun-Ying Yue. Tune in to find out: H…
 
From bandaging a sprained ankle and diagnosing HIV/AIDS, to implanting an artificial hip and monitoring your heart, medical devices are an integral part to many medical procedures and treatments. There is a lot to unpack when it comes to medical devices, so we’ve invited industry leaders Dr. Khaudeja Bano, the executive medical director of combinat…
 
The clinical research ecosystem has undergone an evolution over the past 18 months, and many want it to continue. To help set the industry on a solid path forward, ICH has created guidelines that provide direction on behaviors and actions to take. Recently, a specific set of these guidelines, ICH E6 Revision 3 and E8 Revision 1, have been referred …
 
With COVID-19 vaccinations rolling at full speed in many countries, there’s a lot of talk about vaccine safety monitoring. But what exactly does that mean and how should we be interpreting data on side effects? Uppsala Monitoring Centre’s Helena Sköld and Annette Rudolph walk us through the basics of vaccine pharmacovigilance. Tune in to find out: …
 
While COVID-19 vaccinations are picking up speed in many wealthy countries, citizens of lower-income countries still face a long wait ­– and where demand exceeds supply, black markets tend to form. So to curb the spread of substandard and falsified products, says drug regulatory specialist Danini Marin, we must ensure that COVID-19 vaccines are dis…
 
Aboard the HMS Salisbury of Britain’s Royal Navy on May 20th, 1747, surgeon James Lind performed what is often considered to be the first randomized clinical trial. Now, every May 20th, International Clinical Trials Day gives us a well-deserved occasion to honor and thank both the professionals and patients who make clinical research possible. It a…
 
As a methodology that’s generally been underutilized in the past, the pandemic has brought telemedicine to the forefront as a way for doctors to care for their patients, without them having to come into an office or site. But how exactly is it being used in medicine and clinical research today, and will it still be widely used after the pandemic en…
 
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is not only a biological issue, but a complex social problem. As a consequence, changing the way patients, healthcare professionals and policymakers think about antibiotics will require input from both the natural and social sciences. In March 2021, the Uppsala Health Summit on “Managing antimicrobial resistance throu…
 
Recently, Covance announced that they are transforming to a fully decentralized CRO – an exciting step in the life sciences industry. In this episode, Kathy speaks with Covance’s Director of Decentralized Trials, Jane Myles, and Vice President and Head of Decentralized Trials, Bola Oyegunwa, about how they’re driving the implementation of decentral…
 
As the COVID-19 pandemic spread around the world, so did waves of viral misinformation. For pharmacovigilance manager Marco Tuccori, fighting the “infodemic” is a massive, but necessary, battle. This episode is part of the Uppsala Reports Long Reads series – the most topical stories from UMC’s pharmacovigilance magazine, brought to you in audio for…
 
Clinical Trial Transformation Initiative (CTTI) announced on January 25, 2021, a new vision for clinical trial ecosystem and beyond, called Transforming Trials 2030. The pandemic has changed the way we perform clinical research, and many constituents have implemented new and efficient solutions, systems, and processes to conduct trials. CTTI member…
 
By definition, a rare disease is one that only affects a handful of people in the world. But with more than 300 million people collectively affected by these conditions and only few approved treatments available, rare diseases constitute a major unmet medical need. Christina Ström Möller from Swedish biopharmaceutical company Sobi walks us through …
 
As the cradle of modern humanity, the African continent is home to populations with high levels of genetic diversity. But while this diversity has implications for the safety and efficacy of many drugs, African patients remain underrepresented in drug studies. In fact, while more than 400 medicines have pharmacogenetics information and public guide…
 
The pandemic has created a lot of disruption in clinical trials, but not all of it has been negative. From accelerating the adoption of decentralized trials and speeding up the delivery of vaccines, to telemedicine and mHealth playing bigger roles in patients’ lives, opportunities have emerged to help us rediscover and recalibrate the way we perfor…
 
Research shows that animals can improve the mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing of their human companions. From this strong bond comes the concept of therapy animals, or in this case, therapy dogs. But what is a therapy dog, and how are they being used today? In this episode, Kathy speaks with Children's Hospital Los Angeles and the Alliance …
 
In the age of evidence-based medicine, we may be tempted to dismiss intuition – the quick and automatic thought process we call “sixth sense” or “gut feeling” – as unscientific guesswork. But in clinical decision-making, intuitive reasoning is just as important as the slower and more analytical causal reasoning that healthcare professionals are tra…
 
In November 2020, longstanding UMC director Marie Lindquist began her well-earned retirement, leaving the reins of the organisation to her successor Hervé Le Louët. As she prepared to open a new chapter in her life, she sat down with Uppsala Reports to take a fond look back at an extraordinary career: a 40-year-long path that began with a knock on …
 
What is the role of innovation in clinical trials and why is it important? In this episode, Kathy speaks with Craig Serra, who works in clinical technology and innovation at Novartis, about different types of innovation and how they're used in the pharma industry.저자 oraclehealthsciences
 
Every year, the brightest minds in pharmaceuticals and clinical innovation put on their best black-tie attire for the life science industry’s biggest event, the Prix Galien. In this episode, you’ll learn about the history of the Prix Galien Awards, why it is considered the “Nobel Prize” for pharmaceutical research and development, and find out the …
 
Medication errors with vaccines can harm individual patients, but when they also undermine trust in public health programmes, serious problems can ripple across entire communities – as the Samoan healthcare crisis of 2018 dramatically showed. The Institute for Safe Medication Practices offers straightforward advice that could prevent those errors f…
 
As the Canadian Patient Safety Institute takes an exciting step into the future, we look back at their impact on the field of patient safety. Alors que l’Institut canadien pour la sécurité des patients franchit une étape stimulante vers l’avenir, nous jetons un regard rétrospectif sur son incidence dans le domaine de la sécurité des patients.…
 
The pandemic heavily disrupted clinical trials, pushing us to rethink how we conduct clinical research. In this episode, Kathy invites Casey Orvin, SVP of pharmaceutics relationships at StudyKIK and honorary president of SCRS to talk about the future of decentralized trials and remote visits from the patient and site perspective.…
 
Clinical trials are the “gold standard” of evidence-based medicine – the best way we have to test whether a drug is safe and effective before it enters the market. But if trial data is poorly reported or – even worse – left unpublished, how are we supposed to determine the true value of a medical treatment? Peter Doshi from the RIAT Support Center …
 
In episode seven of The Latest Dose, our host Kathy Vandebelt invites two of Oracle’s safety experts, Vice President of Safety Product Strategy, Bruce Palsulich, and Senior Director of Safety Strategy, Michael Braun-Boghos, to explore areas in pharmacovigilance where AI, automation, and touchless case processing are having a significant and positiv…
 
Communication and public outreach are an important part of a scientist’s job. But researchers often find it daunting to translate their expert knowledge for a lay audience. In this episode, UMC’s video producer Matthew Barwick shares a report from the Global Science Film Festival 2019, including interviews with festival organiser Samer Angelone and…
 
When reporting adverse reactions to drugs, people can choose from a plethora of different terms to describe their experience. But that makes it difficult and time-consuming for analysts to tell how similar two case safety reports are. A new method developed by UMC data scientist Lucie Gattepaille comes to the rescue. This episode is part of the Upp…
 
In this episode, host Kathy Vandebelt discusses how to get comfortable with the use of mobile technologies in clinical trials with our guest, Jennifer GoldSack. Jen serves as the Executive Director of the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe). She was also an Olympic athlete, and ties in her experience in the Olympics with the topic at hand – biometric m…
 
How do we minimise the harm caused to patients by medicines and medical devices? In October 2019, a diverse, multi-stakeholder group met in Erice, Italy and drew up a 10-point plan for improving patient safety worldwide. This episode is part of the Uppsala Reports Long Reads series – the most topical stories from UMC’s pharmacovigilance magazine, b…
 
Herbal substances can be found in a number of pharmaceutical drugs, cosmetics and food supplements – so it's not surprising that using plant names inconsistently can have serious health consequences. But with so much confusion around medicinal plant names, it’s easy to get it wrong. Bob Allkin from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew explains what we can do…
 
In this episode, our host Kathy Vandebelt brings back Greater Gift and PopUp Star Founder, Jennifer Byrne, to talk this time specifically about the importance of giving back to clinical trial participants. In this interview, Jennifer dives into what Greater Gift is, her motivation for founding it, why it’s important, and what they do to thank parti…
 
As the end users of medicines, patients can provide first-hand information on side effects. The issues they report add a richness to our understanding of medicine safety that we could never achieve by relying on healthcare professionals’ reports alone – so it’s crucial that we listen to them. Linda Härmark from the Netherlands pharmacovigilance cen…
 
For Clinical Trials Day, we want to shine a light on the patients and people who bring awareness to clinical research. To do this, Kathy Vandebelt interviews two industry veterans, Greater Gift and PopUp Star Founder Jennifer Bryne, and Oracle Health Sciences’ Senior VP and General Manager Steve Rosenberg, about their personal experiences with clin…
 
Most of us want healthcare to be both patient-centric and evidence-based. But are those two goals compatible? Can we tailor healthcare to our unique circumstances­, while relying on the average statistical measurements that scientific evidence is based on? Emerging ideas in the philosophy of science are challenging a rigid reliance on evidence-base…
 
Most women are prescribed some form of medication during their pregnancy. Yet we know very little about the safety of those medicines when they’re used during pregnancy or breastfeeding. New collaborative efforts are now underway to plug that knowledge gap. This episode is part of the Uppsala Reports Long Reads series – the most topical stories fro…
 
Kathy Vandebelt speaks with Joe Kim, Eli Lilly & Company’s Sr. Advisor, Digital Health Office, and host of Lilly’s podcast Elixir Factor, which explores the factors that inspire bold advances in science. He aims to improve the capabilities for one of humankind's biggest social issues - the development of new medicine. Hear Joe’s opinions on approac…
 
In this episode, Host Kathy Vandebelt discusses decentralized trials with Dylan Rosser, Executive Director of Global Development Operations at Amgen. Dylan brings to light the various virtual components that are used and can be stitched together in a trial. He also talks about the importance of the patient in clinical research, and highlights the b…
 
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