Vaccine Safety

 

 

With the ever-increasing volume in data and a growing number of new vaccines entering the market it has never been more important to leverage new technologies and methods to improve the efficiency and accuracy of pharmacovigilance for vaccines.  

This focussed vaccine safety and pharmacovigilance conference will allow you to listen and learn from key thought leaders in this space, as well as to showcase any solutions that are greatly needed in order to revolutionise and replace outdated ways of working.   Furthermore, escalating incidences of vaccine-refusal makes the importance of effective communication paramount, so join us to present your most successful strategies

 

Who Attends

 

• Pharma
• Biotech
• Regulatory Agencies
• Government
• Academics

 

Job Titles

 

• Vaccine Safety Lead
• Head of Vaccine Safety Evaluation
• Vaccine Safety Physician
• Regulatory Pharmacovigilance
• G.P.V. and EU Q.P.P.V
• Head of Vaccine safety Surveillance
• Clinical Safety & Pharmacovigilance

Who Should Sponsor?

 

• Consulting services
• Risk Management services
• IT Solution providers
• Mobile solutions / app developers
• Data solution providers
• CROs
• PR and communications firms

 

Vaccine Safety Conference, Tuesday 16 April 2019

Vaccine Safety Conference
09:00

Chair's opening remarks

Vaccine Communication – Risk Assessment and Communication of Safety

Dr Heidi Larson
Vaccine Safety Conference
09:10

Perceived and real risks of vaccines in Pregnancy

Dr Heidi Larson, Professor of Anthropology, Risk and Decision Science LSHTM
10:40

Networking Coffee Break

Understanding the System

13:10

Networking Lunch & Poster Session

Emerging Science in Vaccine Safety

Vaccine Safety Conference
15:10

Development of new statistical methods for evaluating the comparative safety of different childhood vaccine schedules

Vaccine Safety Conference
15:40

Keeping up with changing regulatory demands in vaccine safety monitoring

Reserved
16:09

Networking Coffee Break

Dr Steven Jacobsen
Vaccine Safety Conference
16:40

Challenges in post-licensure safety studies using real world data. Example: Hepatitis b vaccine

18:10

Chair’s Closing Remarks per co-lo and Close of Congress Day 2

18:15

Off-site Networking Drinks, follow the congress team

last published: 13/Dec/18 12:35

Vaccine Safety Conference, Wednesday 17 April 2019

Vaccine Safety Conference
09:00

Chair's opening remarks

Vaccine Safety Case Studies

Dr Fernanda Tavares Da Silva
Vaccine Safety Conference
09:10

Safety monitoring of vaccines targeting special populations (e.g. elderly, maternal): Current challenges and approaches

Dr Wendy Carr
Vaccine Safety Conference
09:40

Joint presentation: Challenges in trial design, implementation and safety assessment of an Ebola vaccine under clinical development

10:40

Networking Coffee Break

Vaccine Safety Conference
11:30

Considerations for safety assessment of a new class of mRNA vaccines

12:30

Networking Lunch & Poster Session

DAY 3 AFTERNOON PLENARY OF CONGRESS: RENAISSANCE BALLROOM

Paul Offit
Dr Saad Omer
14:55

A framework for a comprehensive maternal immunization platform

  • Evidence for current immunization recommendations
  • Maternal vaccines in development
  • The need for evidence-based interventions at the practice, provider, and patient levels to ensure higher vaccination levels
Dr Timothy Cooke
16:00

Chair Closing Remarks and End of Congress

last published: 13/Dec/18 12:35

 

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