An international partnership program for advancing pharmacoepidemiology.
Announcing the 1st Recipient of YOLARX Community Outreach Program
Congratulations to Dr. Mor Fall whose project has been selected for this year’s COMMUNITY OUTREACH Program.
YOLARX Consultants is delighted to announce that the project “Prescription practices of antimalarial treatments in rural regions of Senegal” conducted by Dr. Mor Fall, pharmacist at the CHU Aristide le DANTEC in Dakar, Senegal has been selected for this year’s COMMUNITY OUTREACH program. Through this program, YOLARX will provide methodological support for the planning and conduct of this study, including feasibility assessment, protocol development, data collection forms, statistical analyses, dissemination of results.
The YOLARX team would like to thank all applicants for their interest in this program. Stay tuned for our call for expression of interest for 2018!
Call for Expression of Interest
If you are from a developing economies region and looking for expertise to support an innovative research project in pharmacoepidemiology or drug safety surveillance, you may consider applying for this program.
The COMMUNITY OUTREACH program is an initiative at YOLARX Consultants to serve members of the pharmacoepidemiology and pharmacovigilance community and to collaborate with not-for-profit organizations. Whether you are an individual in need of expert services or represent an organization and would require consultation or expertise, you may apply to this program.
YOLARX CONSULTANTS may assist you in developing your research project by providing methodological expertise.
The aim of COMMUNITY OUTREACH is to offer YOLARX Consultants expertise to a researcher or research team from a country with a developing economy at no cost. Examples may include protocol development, feasibility assessment, database development, statistical analysis.
Don’t miss this great opportunity and download the application form now!
Deadline for application: 31 January 2017.
Results will be announced 28 February 2017.
 As defined by the United Nations in 2014: Africa, East, Western or South Asia, Caribbean, Mexico and Central America, South America.