The nature of the global pharmacovigilance landscape and societal context has been rapidly changing in recent years, and is still changing. SoPI considers it important that the aims of SoPI should reflect this wider scope.
Any area that contributes better knowledge and understanding of the safe and effective use of medicines, pre- and post-marketing, including but not limited to
|Prof. K. C. Singhal (Aligarh)||Patron|
|Dr. Sandeep Agarwal (Agra)||President|
|Dr. Bharat Gajjar (Karamsad) & Dr. Vandana Roy (New Delhi)||Vice Presidents|
|Dr. Rabinarayan Acharya (Jamnagar)||Chief Editor|
|Prof. Farhan Ahmad Khan (Aligarh)||Editor|
|Dr. Syed Ziaur Rahman (Aligarh)||Secretary General|
|Dr. Anton Rahmadi (Samarinda, Indonesia)||International Secretary|
|Dr. Parul Agarwal (Agra)||Treasurer|
|Dr. Prithpal Singh||(Moradabad)|
|Dr. R. K. Dixit||(Lucknow)|
|Dr. Ashok Dubey||(Greater Noida)|
|Dr. Nitin Kothari||(Udaipur)|
|Dr. R. K. Goyal||(New Delhi)|
|Dr. Hariom Kumar Singh||(Bareilly)|
The Society of Pharmacovigilance India (SoPI) is a national non-profit scientific organisation, which aims to foster Pharmacovigilance both scientifically and educationally, and enhance all aspects of the safety issues of medicines.
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“SoPI is becoming a mature organization, having gone through generations of development since the starting, and is right now entering into a new phase"
“The International Society of Pharmacovigilance (ISoP) is active in providing specialized ad hoc training courses in pharmacovigilance. Also, the Indian chapter, the Society of Pharmacovigilance India (SoPI), could become a provider of regular pharmacovigilance training. SoPI is still a very small organization, however, and would need a stronger base to provide a credible and effective training service for the country as a whole"