An app to report side-effects and get safety information: Give your opinion!

About the WEB-RADR project

The WEB-RADR project aims to improve the collection, detection and monitoring of side-effects by using new technologies. WEB-RADR is developing a mobile app for patients and healthcare professionals to report suspected adverse drug reactions to national EU regulators, and investigating the potential for publicly available social media data for identifying drug safety issues.

Take the survey!

The survey asks you about your opinion on an app to report side-effects and receive safety information. 

Results of the survey will be used to:
- improve the app that has recently been developed within the Web-RADR project.
- increase the general knowledge about opinions and preferences with respect to (1) reporting side-effects and receiving safety information about medicines through an app, and (2) the reporting of side-effects in general.

Who can participate?

Patients and consumers of medicines are asked to complete the survey. The survey is available in several languages: English, Croatian, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish.


Click here to enter the survey.

Completing the survey is anonymous and will take approximately 15-20 minutes.

To know moreā€¦

If you want to know more about the European project Web-RADR: Recognising Adverse Drug Reactions visit the website.