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Report on adverse experiences for 2009 published

17 December 2010

The APVMA has released its 2009 report containing information on submissions we have processed and classified involving adverse experiences with veterinary medicines and agricultural chemicals.

The Adverse Experience Reporting Program (AERP) is the main mechanism for the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) to receive and consider stakeholder feedback on adverse experiences relating to the use of registered agricultural and veterinary chemicals The AERP provides post-registration monitoring loops that help facilitate responsible marketing and management of registered agricultural and veterinary chemicals throughout their lifecycle.


Adverse Experiences

  • To report an unintended effect from the use of registered agricultural or veterinary chemicals.

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