Medical Communications eLearning Program
The Medical Communications eLearning Program includes eight modules, covering key medical communication or information principles. Each module contains relevant examples or scenarios designed to simulate medical information related tasks, so learners can apply the concepts to their day-to-day job responsibilities. The core topics covered include literature searching and evaluation, handling medical inquiries, writing medical responses, compliance, understanding study designs and statistics, product labeling, and crisis management. The online program is self-paced and can be accessed anytime, anywhere. Users will have one year to complete the modules and continuing education credits are offered.
Learn about searching medical literature in order to satisfy requests for information from various sources.
Review how to effectively evaluate scientific literature to identify and provide relevant and reliable information.
Explore how to respond appropriately to different types of medical information requests and how to use a database management system.
Learn about the preparation of standard medical letters in response to specific drug information questions.
Develop your understanding of how to evaluate statistical data presented in medical literature.Add Module 5 to Cart
Increase your understaning of regulations and guidance around the dissemination of information about drug products in the US.
Review the actions needed to prepare for and successfully manage a crisis.
Learn how labeling is developed and maintained throughout the product’s marketed life and the components and structure of prescription labeling.
Learn about key medical communication or information principles in this eight module eLearning program.
Explore the fundamentals of why and how to incorporate patient focus and build organization-wide capabilities.