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Roles and Responsibilities of a Drug Safety Associate

Posted by Doctor Dan on Sep 1, 2016 6:25:38 AM

The role of a drug safety associate is very unique. Generally the drug safety associates work in a team, with each one having their own set of responsibilities to fulfil. They usually work in the Pharma-co-vigilance department.

The Job Profile of Drug Safety Associate

A drug safety specialist is involved in drug safety management such as conducting clinical trials, medical supervision, keeping a check on all the applicable regulations and SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures). Some even work in co-ordination with chief medical directors.

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Drug safety experts have numerous responsibilities and this can vary from one company to another. The roles include activities like.

  • Processing and writing of adverse event program
  • Follow up on important case reports
  • Serving as a link between company and the patients or healthcare experts to provide valid information on product safety.
  • Conducting regular pharmacovigilance developments and supervising these processes.
  • Attending several meetings related to product safety
  • Adding value to any business through product safety functionality.

Pre-Requisites for a Career as a Drug Safety Associate

A pharmacy degree,  bachelors degree in science, life sciences, medical, nursing and healthcare from a reputed educational institute and a short period of on-field training is required before applying for a job as a drug safety officer or associate. As a drug safety associate, the uniqueness and the specified nature of the job aspires many degree holders to pursue their career in this line. Advanced medical technology and progression in safety features have made it easier to identify drug related issues and evoke interest of science graduates .

A drug safety associate also monitors all the post-marked products, ensuring that they are safe for the people. The safety officer is actively involved in doing assessment of adverse event writings, writing update reports on safety, conducting quality checks on write-ups penned by other drug safety officers and sending drug related case reports to other branch offices as and when they are needed.

Topics: Drug Safety