Commission seeks vigilance experts for global work
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission is inviting member states' participation in a task force aiming to establish a global vigilance scheme. Study Group 2 of the Global Harmonization Task Force, which focuses of vigilance and post-market surveillance, has produced several documents as a basis for this work, which will be co-ordinated by the Canadian authorities. The Commission has also appealed for member states to make more human resources available for global harmonisation work in general.
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