Are you challenged when searching for specific information on the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) website? You are not alone.
By Lotte Gam Kristensen and Julie Lilholm
The EMA website has been reconstructed and EMA has published some simple tips and tricks to ease and focus your search. These include use of connector words, quotation marks and truncation as well as filters. All valuable tools.
Yet, we must admit – searching for specific information, such as PRAC (Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee) recommendations and especially translations of product information (PI) can still be a challenge. We have therefore included the link to use for PRAC recommendations and PI translations, listed in chronological order under the subheading “PRAC recommendations on safety signals: monthly overview”, including the option of choosing languages other than English.
If you have problems finding specific information on EMA’s website, we will be happy to assist you.
Lotte Gam Kristensen at +45 4450 3204 or Julie Lilholm at +45 4450 3209.
Lotte Gam KristensenPharmacovigilance and Regulatory Affairs Manager, DVM, PhD.
Lotte has more than 10 years of experience from the Danish Medicines Agency within the fields of pharmacovigilance, marketing authorisations and life-cycle management of veterinary medicinal products. Lotte has a broad basis of veterinary expertise, including a PhD degree and clinical experience.
Feel free to contact Lotte directly at: +45 4450 3204 or via
Julie LilholmRegulatory Affairs Assistant
Julie has more than 20 years of secretarial experience from international companies, as well as experience with regulatory affairs, translations, marketing authorisation applications, eSubmissions, artwork and IT.
Feel free to contact Julie directly at: +45 4450 3209, or via