Structures and processes in spontaneous ADR reporting systems: a comparative study of Australia and Denmark

@article{Aagaard2008StructuresAP,
  title={Structures and processes in spontaneous ADR reporting systems: a comparative study of Australia and Denmark},
  author={Lise Aagaard and Doris Irene Stenver and Ebba Holme Hansen},
  journal={Pharmacy World & Science},
  year={2008},
  volume={30},
  pages={563-570}
}
Objective To explore the organisational structure and processes of the Danish and Australian spontaneous ADR reporting systems with a view to how information is generated about new ADRs. Setting The Danish and Australian spontaneous ADR reporting systems. Method Qualitative analyses of documentary material, descriptive interviews with key informants, and observations were made. We analysed the organisational structure of the Danish and Australian ADR reporting systems with respect to structures… CONTINUE READING

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