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Pharmacovigilance ensures the safety, quality and efficacy of medicines and healthcare products. The Scottish Executive Health Department Research Governance Framework for Health and Community Care (Second Edition, 2006) further defines the responsibilities in clinical trials and in other research carried out in Scotland. In CTIMPs sponsored by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde or co-sponsored with the University of Glasgow, the delivery of pharmacovigilance activity within the CTIMP is delegated to the Chief Investigator (CI). However, the ultimate responsibility and accountability for pharmacovigilance remains with the sponsor.  The Pharmacovigilance Office facilitates and ensures compliance with this responsibility and provides central coordination of pharmacovigilance activity within the Glasgow Clinical Trials Unit.

Pharmacovigilance Office

Glasgow Clinical Trials Unit Robertson

Centre for Biostatistics

Boyd Orr Building

University of Glasgow

Glasgow G12 8QQ

Tel:      +44(0)141 330 4744

Fax:     +44(0)141 357 5588

Web:   Can be accessed here

Pharmacovigilance Enquiries: [email protected]

Last Updated: 02 December 2019