The EMA has prepared this eXtended EudraVigilance Medicinal Product Dictionary (XEVMPD) course to facilitate the practical implementation of the requirements including technical aspects and all related procedures on electronic submission of information on medicines by marketing authorisation holders in the European Union (EU).
The training focuses on explaining the guidance, specifically the mandatory data elements necessary for the electronic submission of information on medicinal products applying the format of the eXtended EudraVigilance Product Report Message (XEVPRM) and the use of the XEVMPD data entry tool also known as EVWEB.
The course also includes instructions for sponsors of clinical trials as how to provide information on the IMPs in the EudraVigilance Medicinal Product Dictionary (‘EVMPD’) before completing the clinical trials application form.
Who Should Attend
The XEVMPD training programme is targeting personnel of marketing authorisation holders, consultants and other organisations, who are responsible for the electronic submission and maintenance of information on medicinal products authorised in the EU. It is also targeting sponsors of clinical trials responsible for providing information on IMPs in accordance with the CT-3 detailed guideline.
At the end of this course, participants should be able to:
Understand the concepts related to the electronic submission of information on medicines authorised in the EU
Describe the format and the data elements of the XEVPRM for authorised medicinal products
Discuss practical examples of different types of medicinal products
Get hands-on experience in working with the XEVMPD
Describe the format and the data elements of the XEVPRM for IMPs
- General Terms and Definitions
- Registration in EudraVigilance and Qualified Person Responsible for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV) registration
(incl. sponsor registration)
- XEVPRM XSD Schema
- XEVPRM data elements and examples including hands-on exercises
- Operation Types
- Data Quality
- Data Ownership
- XEVMPD technical validation rules
- Use of Controlled Vocabularies
DIA Europe, Middle East and Africa
Phone: +41 61 225 51 51
Fax: +41 61 225 51 52
Monday-Friday 8:00-17:00 CET
For technical questions or registration to EudraVigilance:
EudraVigilance helpdesk for Sponsors
Eudravigilance registration team
Hotel & Travel
Attendees are kindly requested to make their own reservation. Recommended hotel:
Hilton London Docklands Riverside
265 Rotherhithe Street
London SE16 5HW
Tel: +44 20 7231 1001
Fax: +44 20 7231 0599
Special negotiated DIA rate for participants of the EudraVigilance courses is GBP 139.00 per single room incl. breakfast and VAT (GBP 149.00 for double occupancy). Please book your room at least 30 days before arrival through this link.
For reservations after that date, please contact Beatriz Martinez at: beatriz01.martinez@Hilton.com.
The hotel is situated opposite of Canary Wharf conveniently connected by a shuttle boat.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is moving in summer 2014. The course takes place in the new offices at
30 Churchill Place
E14 5EU London
Closest DLR and tube (Jubilee line) station is Canary Wharf. Pease calculate a delay of 05-10 minutes to enter the EMA building (special security procedure) and note that it is not possible to enter the building before 8.00 am.
A special discount for SMEs on the standard rate is available. It is not possible to receive this discount when booking online. To proof your status as SME, a confirmation of the European Medicines Agency is necessary.
Multiple course discount available if booked together with the three-day EudraVigilance training course.