The 3rd International Joint Meeting of ENTIS and OTIS
& Teratology Education Course
4th - 8th September 2018  Newcastle upon Tyne, UK





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Prescribing in pregnancy - from science to clinical practice




3rd Joint International Meeting of ENTIS and OTIS

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Teratology Education Course

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This course aims to provide a comprehensive overview and update of current issues relating to medicines use in pregnancy and human teratogens. It will be of relevance to a wide range of health professionals; in particular, midwives, obstetricians, GPs, geneticists , paediatricians & pharmacists, and to those working in women’s health or pharmacovigilance and medicines regulation.

  • The course will provide an overview of:
  • Fetal development and the principles of human teratology
  • Known and emerging human teratogens of relevance today
  • Possible consequences of not adequately treating the mother
  • Effects of specific illnesses on pregnancy outcome
  • Risk-benefit analysis of medicine use in a pregnancy and lactation
  • Pregnancy pharmacovigilance and clinical application of pregnancy safety data
  • Risk communication in the context of human teratogens

Speakers include internationally recognised experts in teratology, fetal development, obstetrics, maternal medicine and public health.








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