How to Report

Although healthcare professionals have traditionally submitted the majority of reports, anyone may report a reaction and all are urged to report suspected ADRs directly to the Centre for Adverse Reactions Monitoring (CARM) within the New Zealand Pharmacovigilance Centre (NZPhvC) using the following options:
• Online reporting or using electronic forms at https://nzphvc-01.otago.ac.nz/carm-adr/reporting.php
• The electronic adverse reaction reporting tool available in Practice Management Software programmes
• Prepaid Yellow Cards available from the address below, and also found in the MIMS New Ethicals and inside the back cover of the Prescriber Update.
• CARM is available to discuss ADRs by telephone and also accepts reports by email or fax. Outside office hours a telephone-answering machine will take messages
• An iPhone/iPad iOS application is also available for download via the NZPhvC website https://nzphvc-01.otago.ac.nz/app
Send ADR Cards to:
Freepost No. 112002
The Medical Assessor
Centre for Adverse Reactions Monitoring
University of Otago Medical School
PO Box 913
DUNEDIN

Tel: 03 479 7247
Fax: 03 479 7150
Email: carmnz@otago.ac.nz
Web: www.otago.ac.nz/carm