Utility of social media and crowd-sourced data for pharmacovigilance: a scoping review protocol

@inproceedings{Tricco2017UtilityOS,
  title={Utility of social media and crowd-sourced data for pharmacovigilance: a scoping review protocol},
  author={Andrea C. Tricco and Wasifa Zarin and Erin Lillie and B N Pham and Sharon E. Straus},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2017}
}
INTRODUCTION Adverse events associated with medications are under-reported in postmarketing surveillance systems. A systematic review of published data from 37 studies worldwide (including Canada) found the median under-reporting rate of adverse events to be 94% in spontaneous reporting systems. This scoping review aims to assess the utility of social media and crowd-sourced data to detect and monitor adverse events related to health products including pharmaceuticals, medical devices… CONTINUE READING
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