The Embase French Local Literature Module will allow pharmacovigilance groups to align the monitoring of French-language literature for adverse drug reactions
with their global processes, effectively streamlining literature search, triage and review.
The module facilitates both in-house and outsourced pharmacovigilance-related literature monitoring, addressing the need identified by the EMA for monitoring scientific and medical publications in local journals in countries where medicinal products have a marketing authorization.
A highly curated collection
The journals included in the French Local Literature Module are carefully selected in consultation with industrial partners, the EMA and Agence Nationale de Sécurité du Médicament et des Produits de Santé (ANSM).
Careful, quality controlled translation and indexing
The content undergoes full-text human-supported machine translation. Translation quality is measured for accuracy, relevance, consistency, clarity, style and completeness. The benchmark for translation is 98% and quality can reach 99.6%.
The translated articles are manually indexed with Emtree.