The Logistics Coordination Forum (LCF) is a platform to prepare, review, revise, and update the needs of contraceptives and the medical surgical requisite (MSR), consumption trends, stock status, pipeline positions, procurement status, SCM issues, etc., and to suggest capacity building and system improvements in the areas of procurement, storage, and supply management for DGFP.
The purpose of this SOP is to describe the procedures and activities of ADRAC in the review and evaluation of ADE reports received by ADRMC. It is applicable to all ADE reports received for medicinal products, including Unani, Ayurvedic, herbal, homeopathic and biochemical systems of drugs, vaccines, and biological products.
The purpose of this SOP is to outline the management of spontaneous reporting of ADEs by the ADRMC. It is applicable to medicinal products, including Unani, Ayurvedic, herbal, homeopathic, and biochemical systems of drugs, vaccines, and biological products. The SOP has been written to describe the procedures to be used by ADRMC members to collect, … Read more
The purpose of this SOP is to provide guidance to DGDA officials on the steps required to conduct PMS of medicinal products available in retail and wholesale pharmacies, drug shops, and outlets. It is applicable to medicinal products, including traditional complementary and alternative medicines (TCAM), vaccines, and biological products.
As countries aim to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, there is an emphasis on increasing the availability of medicines. However, poor quality products or dispensing methods may decrease treatment effectiveness or even result in patient death. ADEs negatively affect patient care and increase costs to the system. A functioning PV system monitors these events and triggers … Read more
Project dates: 2011-2018
SIAPS and its predecessor programs have assisted numerous countries in strengthening governance to promote robust decision making, enhance accountability, reduce opportunities for corruption, and improve efficiencies to enable better access to and use of quality-assured medicines. This compendium draws on these experiences and provides a collection of examples of strategies and approaches for strengthening governance … Read more
Since September 2011, SIAPS has partnered with Bangladesh’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) and its key Directorates, including the Directorate General of Family Planning (DGFP); the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), the Directorate General of Drug Administration; and the National Tuberculosis Control Program, to address barriers to access to essential health commodities … Read more
There has been a long‐recognized need of Central Medical Stores Depot (CMSD) staff for a complete collection of documents representing the up‐to‐date warehouse management standard operating procedures (SOPs) of CMSD: there was no such resource capturing all the operational procedures, circulars, registers, office orders, and so on used in the different sections involved in CMSD’s … Read more
The objective of the National Guideline on the Pharmacovigilance System in Bangladesh is to guide health care providers (HCPs) and other key actors in the health and pharmaceutical sectors on the operations of the PV system. This document gives an overview of what PV is, how to detect and classify ADRs, and the structural organization … Read more