Globally recognized and fully accredited Pharmacovigilance Training in Hyderabad is conducted via an online mode by James Lind Institute. If you are a science graduate or a pharmacy graduate and are looking forward to making a career in pharmacovigilance then please feel free to take a look at the various pharmacovigilance programs conducted by James Lind Institute that suit you best.
Please click on the following links for more information:
Advanced Program: Pharmacovigilance Training in Hyderabad
Advanced Program: Pharmacovigilance + Regulatory Affairs Training in Hyderabad
Professional Diploma: Pharmacovigilance Training in Hyderabad
If you wish to come in person to have a discussion about these programs, please feel free to do so. A counsellor will be available to answer your queries, to guide you about your career and also to provide full details about these courses. The contact details of the location in Hyderabad are available on our website.
You may also chat with the counsellors available online on our website.
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