Supporting Your Regional Pharmacovigilance Needs with Our QPPVs & LPPVs
A Qualified Person Responsible for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV) is an individual who is appointed by a pharmaceutical company to ensure the compliance of its pharmacovigilance system with regulatory requirements. The QPPV is responsible for overseeing the safety of the company’s medicinal products and ensuring that any adverse events related to the use of these products are reported and handled in accordance with applicable regulations.
LPPVs are responsible for the local implementation of pharmacovigilance activities in individual countries, including the collection and reporting of adverse event data. They work closely with QPPVs to ensure that safety information is communicated effectively across borders.
Services We Offer
At Techsol, our QPPV Professionals are experts in overseeing the pharmacovigilance activities for a pharmaceutical company on a European Union (EU) level. Our QPPV’s ensure that our clients’ comply with the EU pharmacovigilance regulations related to drug safety.
Our Local Person for Pharmacovigilance (LPPV) expert resources, on the other hand, help clients’ to carry out local pharmacovigilance activities within a specific EU member state. Our LPPV professionals collaborate with our QPPV for the implementation of the pharmacovigilance system at the local level. This includes the collection, documentation, and reporting of adverse drug reactions.
Our team of experts has extensive experience in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries and can provide you with practical advice and support that is grounded in the latest regulatory guidance.
How We Can Help
If you are looking for expert support with your pharmacovigilance activities, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact us to discuss your requirements and find out how we can help you stay compliant, reduce risk, and focus on developing life-changing products.