- National and global searches
- Create and group your searches once, run on demand
- Search within scope (national literature, Pubmed and PRAC Recommendations)
- Schedule automatic searches and be notified of new results
- Search only for the previous week's articles
- Build a library of your company's articles of Interest
- Centralise all your pharmacovigilance needs in one location
- Compliant with EMA and FDA guidelines
The scientific and medical literature is a significant source of information for the monitoring of the safety profile and of the risk-benefit balance of medicinal products, particularly in relation to the detection of new safety signals or emerging safety issues. Marketing authorisation holders are therefore expected to maintain awareness of possible publications through a systematic literature review of widely used reference databases no less frequently than once a week, as per EMA's Good pharmacovigilance practices (GVP VI).
Bibliovigilance is a search platform for Pharmacovigilance literature search that aims at streamlining this activity. The ability to search in multiple locations, both for national and international resources, allows the centralisation of tasks in one platform.
As a time-saving and user-friendly tool, Bibliovigilance is a cost-effective alternative that can be used by Pharmacovigilance professionals accross Europe.
Visit Bibliovigilance's website to learn more about this tool.
Save time and reduce costs
Build a library of items of interest
Centralise your literature search
We give you full disclosure – you can see at any time the publications indexed in Bibliovigilance.
Bibliovigilance includes a database with dozens of the most important national scientific publications for several European countries (Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, Netherlands and other European countries), as well as PRAC recommendations on signals.
Save your queries
Bibliovigilance allows you to you can save the searches and to run them automatically or by simply clicking a button. You can also choose to search for new articles since the last time a search term was run.
All searches are stored in personal area so that information is not lost. You can also build your library of articles of interest.