Pharmacovigilance: pharmacists’ perspective on spontaneous adverse drug reaction reporting

  title={Pharmacovigilance: pharmacists’ perspective on spontaneous adverse drug reaction reporting},
  author={Muhammad Abdul Hadi and Chin Fen Neoh and Rosdi M Zin and Mahmoud E. Elrggal and Ejaz Cheema},
  booktitle={Integrated pharmacy research & practice},
Globally, adverse drug reactions (ADRs), one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality, will continue to pose a threat to public health as long as drugs are being used to treat various ailments. Prompt ADR reporting is crucial in ensuring drug safety. The aim of this narrative review was to highlight the role of pharmacists in pharmacovigilance and to identify barriers and facilitators toward ADR reporting documented in the literature. The perspective of pharmacy students on… CONTINUE READING
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