You are new to the industry and need to know the basics? You would like to know more about what does Clinical Research mean?
This eLearning course will show you how medicines are developed, the difference between pre-clinical and clinical research, the phases of clinical research and the different study types used and the way to market a product.
This eLearning course will focus on the elementary aspects of clinical research. Through an interactive step-by-step approach, we will introduce you into the world of medicine before they are available on the market.
This course is designed to allow you to get familiar with the basic aspects of pre-clinical and clinical studies, the rules and regulations to follow, the ethical considerations and follow up of trial participants, the involved logistics and resources.
Interactive quizzes and exercises for self-assessment are included to provide a better understanding of each part of the course. You will be able to test your comprehension with a final grading assessment.
All ECCRT eLearning courses include a touchpoint with the trainer to discuss open questions from any student. Continuous interactivity with the trainer and fellow students is also encouraged through the ECCRT Virtual Campus Discussion Forum.
Course timeAt your own pace; the course will remain available online for you for 3 months after you register for it. ---------------- Course Credits: 3 hours
Who should attend
Everyone who wants to know about clinical research. No prior knowledge is required.
- Pre-clinical research, phase I to phase IV studies,
- Legislation and Rules guiding Clinical Research,
- Principles of Clinical Research,
- Logistics and Resources needs.
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- Understand all steps of how a pharmaceutical product gets to the market,
- Know the difference between pre-clinical and clinical research,
- Understand why clinical research is performed,
- Identify how clinical researches are set-up and the logistic it involves.