Links to reporting sites: where/to whom can I report an adverse drug effect?

You may opt to report an adverse event yourself. There are different tools for you to report: online forms, printed materials (provided by your doctor, pharmacist or your patients’ organisations), or by telephone.

Therapeutic Recreation  Member States where you need to download and print a form and send it by post to the authorities in charge

 Respite Care Services Member States where reports can be made online

Respite Care  Help lines

Member States that are not listed may not have launched their reporting tools yet, or no information is available in English on their websites.


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