MedDRA Coding Training

Hands-on MedDRA Dictionary & Coding Practices


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BCRI: Bangalore Clinical Research institute provides a Hands-on MedDRA Training online Program to provide an in-depth understanding of MedDRA Dictionary & Coding Practices using MedDRA Software.

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BCRI Has Designed 15 hrs long MedDRA Coding Training Program for Hands-on MedDRA Coding and Dictionary. To learn MedDRA Coding for ICSR, Aggregate, Literature search, or Signal Team.

MedDRA for Regulatory Activities

MedDRA is the Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities. This is an excellent dictionary used for coding purposes and therefore valuable to learn for people aspiring to work in coding as well as in the Pharmacovigilance domain. MedDRA is a collection of terminologies for coding and communication. It contains terms for signs, symptoms, diseases, syndromes, diagnoses, indications, investigations, medication errors, some quality terms, procedures, and some terms for medical and social history. MedDRA has a huge terminology bank that covers drugs, advanced therapies (e.g., biologics), and some device information. 

It has five levels, and below is the hierarchical structure:

  • System organ classes (SOCs)
  • Higher level group terms (HLGTs)
  • Higher level terms (HLTs)
  • Preferred terms (PTs)
  • Lowest level terms (LLTs)

The most common levels used in Pharmacovigilance practice are the LLT and PT levels. These terms are all medical terms compared to reporters’ terms (“verbatim terms”) which may or may not be medical. The most specific terms are found in the LLT (lower level terms), and most high-level, non-specific terms are found in the SOC level. MedDRA use is required by Europe for pharmacovigilance reporting and is recommended by the US FDA for use. Almost all companies use MedDRA for regulatory reporting because of its advantages over other dictionaries.

MedDRA dictionary can be imported within the Pharmacovigilance database, and it can also be archived as a browser. The MedDRA Support Service Organization (MSSO) supplies a browser to subscribers, and one needs this subscription to access the dictionary.

MedDRA coding is an indispensable need in the pharmacovigilance department. It is a skill, and one needs to understand the tricky situation, different conditions, the entire case, and the art of appropriate coding, for which Training is vital.

BCRI for MedDRA Coding Training

BCRI’s MedDRA Coding training is designed in such a way to prepare the candidates to take full advantage of hands-on training exposure to coding.

The course syllabus provides essential background knowledge enabling the candidates to engage fully in the practical exercises and the discussions with the trainer and peers. The coding exercises are designed keeping in mind industry standards.

MedDRA Coding Training makes it worthwhile for the candidates to perform coding confidently while attending job interviews and within the organization for better performance. BCRI’s MedDRA Dictionary subscription allows candidates to get real-time dictionary exposure and the opportunity to practice industry-oriented coding exercises under guidance.

Our hands-on MedDRA Dictionary exposure will be the most engaging and essential part of the training experience.

Course Outline

MedDRA Coding Training by Experienced Professional.

FAQs About MedDRA

  • Candidates interested in learning Hands-on MedDRA Coding and Dictionary
  • Candidates who have either completed or pursuing a Pharmacovigilance course.
  • Candidates interested in joining the MedDRA Coding team.
  • Candidates interested in joining ICSR, Aggregate, Literature search, or Signal team.
  • Candidates interested to learn practical aspects of MedDRA and handling the dictionary.
  • Candidates interested in taking the MedDRA Exam from MSSO.
  • Candidates who are working in any other medical or life science domain and willing to shift to PV.
  • Life Science, Pharmacy, health care, or Medical Graduates.
  • Basic knowledge of coding requirements
  • Basic knowledge of pharmacovigilance
  • Comfortable in learning a new database.

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