Did you know that you can report problems that you have had with drugs and other medical products to the FDA? Did you know that MedWatch can send safety alerts directly to you, as soon as they appear on the web site?
The FDA hosted a webinar “FDA's MedWatch Program: Voluntarily Reporting Problems to the FDA”.
The featured speaker, Cristina Whalen Klafehn PharmD, BCPS, a Health Programs Coordinator in FDA’s Office of Health and Constituent Affairs gave an overview and answered questions about how to report adverse events to MedWatch.
Recorded webinar: https://collaboration.fda.gov/p7m0a8eo69d/
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