This course takes you through the basics of patient-centered care, patient safety, patient rights, and responsibilities and patient partnership and advocacy.
Digitalization is fundamentally changing the life science industry. New technologies and innovations are already enabling pharma companies to improve medicine development and patient care. At the same time, healthcare payers and other customers
of pharma companies are demanding more and better data on the medication efficacy and improved patient quality of life. These demands cannot be fulfilled by purely traditional means.
The CPSIC course is designed to provide healthcare professionals with or without a background in epidemiology or microbiology, with the essentials of infection control practices in a patient safe environment.
The CPSO course is designed to help develop professional or research skills for those who are interested in affecting patient safety outcomes. This course will assist participants in understanding how to effectively meet the requirements of a patient safety program and how to implement national and international patient safety goals in healthcare organizations and in particular hospitals.
The course involves active interaction between the trainers and the participants during the presentation. There is a lot of group work facilitated by the trainers. Anonymized case studies from real life will be used for discussion and problem solving.
Understand the specific legal environment concerning generic medicinal products. Update your knowledge on regulatory procedures for new applications and variations. Get an overview on the documentation for Generic applications.
Understand the current integrated life-cycle approach from development to registration and maintenance.