From within The Global Health Network:
Outside of the network:
The Cochrane Adverse Effects Methods Group hosted webinars discussing the challenges of reviewing and searching for adverse effects details
Clinical Trials Network provide a free online Good Clinical Practice training course. The Good Clinical Practice (GCP) online training consists of 12 modules. Each module discusses a specific GCP standard, including a module on Participant Safety and Adverse Events: https://gcp.nidatraining.org/
Pharma Lessons offer several free online training courses in the form of short presentations, prepared for the pharmaceutical & biotech industry. Click on the link to go directly to their free pharmacovigilance training: http://www.pharmalessons.com/free-courses/gvptraining/
John Hopkins Bloomburg School of Public Health offers this free online course in Patient Safety and Medical Errors: http://ocw.jhsph.edu/index.cfm/go/viewCourse/course/patientsafety/coursePage/index/
The World Health Organisation (WHO) website hosts a number of education and training resources relating to Patient safety: http://www.who.int/patientsafety/education/en/
A WHO-ISoP pharmacovigilance curriculum databank is currently available openly on line in a pilot format: http://isoponline.org/training/pv-curriculum/ "Have a try, test the tool and let us know your suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org"
Eu2P host a number of different certified courses in pharmacovigilance, including short courses and both Masters and PhD courses: https://www.eu2p.org/
The Institute for Global Health, University of Siena, organized and coordinated by the Faculty of Capacity Development, have run an online course for trial study coordinators which includes a module on pharmacovigilance. You can access the materials freely online by registering as a guest.
BetterCare Learning Programmes (South Africa) include pharmacovigilance topics in several of their free online training offerings