Drug Safety eLearning Program
Drug safety is a primary concern throughout the medical product development life cycle. The Drug Safety eLearning Program provides the knowledge you need, from regulations and requirements through premarket review and postmarket monitoring. This online comprehensive program includes six self-paced modules that have been designed using the latest instructional strategies including microlearning and gamification to improve retention and make learning convenient for busy professionals.
Each module is broken down in to bite-sized chunks of information that can typically be consumed in 5-10 minutes increments, preventing cognitive overload and improving learning outcomes. Learners have access to the eLearning modules 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for one full year, and are mobile compatible making it easy to learn on the go! Continuing education credits are offered for all modules.
The Drug Safety eLearning Program is divided into six modules and this package contains all six modules:
- Module 1: Introduction to Drug Safety
- Module 2: Drug Safety Regulatory Requirements
- Module 3: Premarketing Clinical Trial Safety
- Module 4: Postmarketing Safety Management
- Module 5: Basics of Signal Detection and Pharmacoepidemiology
- Module 6: Safety Audits and Inspections
Who should attend?
These modules are designed for professionals involved in:
- Drug safety and pharmacovigilance
- Clinical research and development
- Quality assurance and compliance
- Regulatory affairs
- Medical affairs
The cost of this course is $1920
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