Drug Safety Online Learning
Safety and pharmacovigilance are key activities for ensuring that the right products get to patients at the right time with the right balance of benefits and risks.
Optimizing benefit-risk is an important matter not just for regulators, but for all stakeholders, and planning for pharmacovigilance activities and appropriate evidence gathering must be done throughout the medicine lifecycle. DIA Learning provides safety and pharmacovigilance professionals with the knowledge needed, from regulations and requirements, to pre-market and post-market monitoring, to stay afloat in the ever-changing world of healthcare.
DIA Online learning 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 available for all online modules.
Explore the Drug Safety eLearning Modules:
- Clinical Pharmacology
- The Current and Future Landscape of Pharmacovigilance
- Defining a Safety Program's Needs
- Outsourced Safety Providers
- Transfer of Responsibilities
- Offshoring and Outsourcing
- Risks and Issues
- Developing an Outsourced Safety Program
- Internal Assessment
- Planning a Business Outsourcing Model
- Successful Selection of an Outsourced Provider
- The Sponsor and Contract Service Provider Relationship
- Safety Outsourcing Provider Management
- Pharmacovigilance Inspection Programs; Inspections in US, EU, and UK
- Inspection Findings
Basic Safety Sciences: Pharmacoepidemiology, Clinical Pharmacology, Pharmacogenomics, and Toxicology Studies