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MedWatch training course

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FDA has launched an online training seminar on MedWatch and patient safety aimed at health care professional students, practitioners and consumers, the agency announces Jan. 30. The course outlines the agency's role in post-marketing safety surveillance for medical products, describes the reporting to MedWatch, discusses how reports are used by FDA and identifies ways MedWatch disseminates safety information about medical products, FDA states. As part of the recently enacted Dietary Supplement and Nonprescription Drug Consumer Protection Act, adverse events for supplements and monographed OTCs must be submitted using the MedWatch form (1"The Tan Sheet," Dec. 18, 2006, p. 4)...

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