Compliance by Design: Blockchain in Clinical Research and Drug Development
This on-demand short course will provide an overview of emerging technology, how it is being used in healthcare and life sciences, where it is being explored for future use, how it operates from a non-technical perspective, and the risks, benefits, and trade-offs of its use in the lifesciences.
This on-demand short course takes 2.5 hours to complete. Learners have access to the course for one year from the date of purchase.
- Blockchain 101: Introduction to Blockchain
- Current and Future Use in Healthcare and Life Sciences
- Blockchain 201: Regulatory Considerations of Blockchain
- Future Considerations
Who should attend?
This on-demand short course is designed for professionals involved in:
- Researcher and Development
- Regulatory Affairs
- Information and Technology
At the conclusion of this short course, participants should be able to:
- Recognize what blockchain is, how it operates from a non-technical perspective, and how it is currently being used in lifesciences research
- Identify approaches that regulatory agencies have taken toward blockchain technologies in contract, drug, and device development
- Utilize documentation / testing strategies for IRB submissions, privacy laws, and electronic record/signature regulations