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Tanzania: NATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR MONITORING MEDICINES SAFETY

Tanzania Food & Drugs Authority (TFDA), (2010)


Made under Section 5 (c) of the Tanzania Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 2003 | Second Edition
https://www.tfda.go.tz/index/sites/default/files/T...


GUIDELINES FOR DETECTING AND REPORTING ADVERSE DRUG OR VACCINE REACTIONS AND EVENTS IN ZAMBIA

Zambia Medicines Regulatory Authority (ZAMRA), (2006)


The safety of medicines in Zambia - why health workers need to take action | Produced by the National Pharmacovigilance Unit (NPVU)
http://www.zamra.co.zm/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/...


THE TANZANIA FOOD, DRUGS AND COSMETICS ACT, 2003

Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania, (2003)


An Act to provide for the efficient and comprehensive regulation and control of food, drugs, medical devices, cosmetics, herbal drugs and poisons and to repeal the Food (Control of Quality) Act, 1978, the Pharmaceuticals and Poisons Act, 1978 and to provide for related matters.
https://www.tfda.go.tz/index/sites/default/files/t...


Namibia: INFORMATION ON SPECIAL NEEDS NETWORK

SPECIAL NEEDS NETWORK, (2017)


Accessed November 2, 2017 | SPECIAL NEEDS NETWORK | National Association Networking for the Special Needs of the Individual
http://www.autism-namibia.org/images/infogen1203.p...


POST-MARKETING REPORTING OF ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS TO HUMAN MEDICINES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Medicines Control Council (MCC), Department of Health Republic of South Africa, (2017)


This document has been prepared to serve as a guideline to those reporting adverse drug reactions.
http://www.mccza.com/documents/d449f6f32.33_ADR_re...


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