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보건의료인을 위한 약물감시교육의 해외 동향 및 국내 현황

Other Titles
 Educating Healthcare Professionals in Pharmacovigilance: Global Trends and Korea’s Status 
Authors
 박소희  ;  정규혁  ;  박병주  ;  강동윤  ;  신주영 
Citation
 Korean Medical Education Review (의학교육논단), Vol.22(1) : 32-45, 2020 
Journal Title
Korean Medical Education Review(의학교육논단)
ISSN
 2092-5603 
Issue Date
2020
Keywords
Curriculum ; Drug safety ; Public health
Abstract
This narrative review introduces global trends in pharmacovigilance (PV) education for healthcare professionals and the status of PV education in Korea. Proactive participation of healthcare professionals, including physicians, pharmacists, and nurses in reporting suspected adverse events is the main driving force for effective operation of the spontaneous adverse event reporting system database, which in turn facilitates early safety signal detection of otherwise unknown suspected adverse events. The World Health Organization recognizes PV education curriculum as a key aspect in promoting awareness of PV and adverse event reporting among healthcare professionals, and multiple studies have demonstrated that PV educational interventions for healthcare professionals have increased overall adverse event reporting. Considering the global trends in PV education, the curriculum in Korean universities still has room for improvement in promoting PV obligation among future healthcare professionals. Further research is needed to develop PV education curriculum. We suggest a three-step project for innovating PV education in Korea to meet the global PV educational standards: a survey to gauge current PV competencies among healthcare professionals, reform of current PV academic curriculum, and evaluation and fine-tuning of the reformed curriculum.
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DOI
10.17496/kmer.2020.22.1.32
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6. Others (기타) > Korean Medical Education Review (의학교육논단) > 1. Publications
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/185057
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