List of Textbooks of Pharmacovigilance – LINKS – References

1. Textbook of Pharmacovigilance: S K Gupta, Jaypee Brothers, Medical Publishers.
2. Practical Drug Safety from A to Z by Barton Colbert, Pierre Byron, Jones and Bartlett
3. Mann’s Pharmacovigilance: Elizabeth B. Andrews, Nicholas, Wiley Publishers.
4. Stephens’ Detection of New Adverse Drug Reactions: John Talbot, Patrick Wale, Wiley
5. An Introduction to Pharmacovigilance: Patrick Waller, Wiley Publishers.
6. Cobert’s Manual of Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance: Barton Colbert, Jones& Bartlett
7. Textbook of Pharmacoepidemiology edited by Brian L. Strom, Stephen E Kimmel, Sean
Hennessy, and Wiley Publishers.
8. A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacy Practice -Essential Concepts and Skills’. Parthasarathi,
Karin NyfortHansen, Milap C.Nahata
9. National Formulary of India
10. Text Book of Medicine by Yashpal Munjal
11. Text book of Pharmacovigilance: concept and practice by GP Mohanta and PK Manna

Gupta SK. Setting up a Pharmacovigilance Center, Text book of Pharmacovigilance. First edition, Jaypee brothers Medical Publishers, 2011; 93-103.

SK Gupta. Post marketing Surveillance, Text book of Pharmacovigilance, First edition, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers(P) Ltd., 2011;75.

Srinivasan R, Ramya G. Adverse drug reaction causality assessment. International Journal of Research in Pharmacy and Chemistry. 2011; 1(3): 606-11.

The World Health Organization. Safety of Medicines: A guide for detecting and reporting adverse drug reactions. Geneva :2002 WHO / EDM / QSM / 2002.2.

The National Pharmacovigilance Protocol, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt of India.

Prakash S. Pharmacovigilance in India. Indian J Pharmacol. 2007; 39: 123. [6] Amit D, Padmanabh V. Rataboli. The adverse drug reaction (ADR) notification drop box: An easy way to report ADRs. Br. J Clin Pharmacol. 2008 November; 66(5): 723-24.

Ravi SP, Subish P, Mishra P, Dubey AK. Teaching pharmacovigilance to medical students and doctors. Indian J Pharmacol. Sept-Oct, 2006;38( 5 ): 316-19.

Cox AR, Marriott JF, Wilson KA, Ferner RE. Adverse drug reaction teaching in UK undergraduate medical and pharmacy programmes. J. Clin Pharm Ther. 2004 Feb; 29(1): 31-35.

Graille V, Lapeyre–Mestre M, Mon Tadric JL. Drug vigilance: An opinion survey which was conducted among the residents of a university hospital. Therapie. 1994 Sep-Oct; 49(5): 451-54.

Ohaju-Obodo, JO, Iribhog be OI. The extent of pharmacovigilance among the resident doctors in the Edo and the Lagos states of Nigeria. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 2010;19: 191-95.

Xu H, Wang Y, Liu N. A hospital based survey on health care profes-sionals in the awareness of pharmacovigilance. Pharmacoepidemioly and Drug Safety, 2009 July;18(7) : 624-30.

Subish P, Izham MM, Mishra P. Evaluation of the knowledge, attitudes and the practices on adverse drug reactions and pharmacovigilance among the health care professionals in a Nepalese hospital: A preliminary study. The Internet Journal of Pharmacology. 2008; 6(1): 1531-2976.

Ramesh M, Parthasarathi G. Adverse drug reaction reporting: the attitudes and the perceptions of the medical practitioners. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research. April-June 2009;2 (2):10-14.


Rehan HS, Vasudev K, Tripathi CD. Adverse drug reaction monitoring: the knowledge, attitude and the practices of the medical students and the prescribers. Natl Med J India. 2002 Jan-Feb; 15(1): 24-6.

Desai, et al. An evaluation of the knowledge, attitude and the practice of adverse drug reaction reporting among the prescribers at a tertiary care hospital. Perspective in Clinical Research. Oct-Dec 2011; 2(4): 129-35.

Gupta P, Udupa A. Adverse drug reaction reporting and pharma-covigilance: knowledge, attitudes and perceptions among the resident doctors. J. Pharm Sci Res 2011; 3:1064-69.

Vora, et al, Knowledge on the adverse drug reactions and the pharmacovigilance activity among the undergraduate medical students of Gujarat. IJPSR. 2012; 3(5): 1511-15

Muraraiah S, et al. A questionnaire study which was done to assess the knowledge, attitude and the practice of pharmacovigilance in a paediatric tertiary care centre. J Chem. Pharm.Res., 2011;3( 6 ): 416-22.

Elkalmi R, et al. Pharmacy students’ knowledge and perceptions about pharmacovigilance in Malaysian public universities. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2011; 75 ( 5 ) Article 96

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