e-learning modules

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The following e-learning modules have been developed during the IMI PharmaTrain project ending April 2014. They are covering the medicines development process. The compact modules are linked to the PharmaTrain base courses in Pharmaceutical Medicine/Medicines Development science and can be used as a preparation before face-to-face sessions or as post-session reading. A password has to be required here.

  • Introduction
    (created by Hibernia, with the support of AZ, Pfizer and Pharmed)
  • Basis of formulating dose-response
    (created by Novartis and Hibernia)
  • Ethical issues in clinical research 
    (created by Hibernia)
  • New: Drug Safety
    (created by ECPM Institute of Pharmaceutical Medicine, University of Basel)
  • Registration of medicinal products 
    (created by Hibernia with support of PHARMED, Pfizer, BfArM and FAGG-AFMPS)
  • Health Economics 
    (created by UCB, Hibernia College, PHARMED and Pfizer)
  • Full Development of a Biological
    (using the example of Monoclonal Antibody) (created by Amgen with support of UCB, Pharmed and Semmelweis University)
  • A Therapeutic Module on Parkinson’s Disease 
    (created by Hibernia, Pharmed and UCB)
  • A Therapeutic Module on Asthma/COPD
    (created by Hibernia, Pharmed and UCB)

PharmaTrain has also created an online course for clinical investigators CLIC. It contains various modules of increasing depth that can answer the needs of sub-investigators and staff members, principal investigators and sponsor-investigators respectively.

  • Clinical Investigator Course
    (created by HSeT with the support of UCB, Pfizer, Novartis and Pharmed)

e-Library

The PharmaTrain e-library integrates state-of-the-art newly developed blended learning modules with those collected from continuing survey to create a directory of online courses. The library is open to all partners, allowing them to blend the content into their modular courses in the way best suited to their institution. The repository will allow institutions to continue to develop more specialised extension modules, enhancing the learning experience by creating a holistic environment of teaching methodologies supporting the programme. In addition, this repository will evolve into a pan-European online e-campus, supporting faculty and students. Supporting material (e.g. book chapters, publications etc.) will be added and become part of the online repository.

e-Directory

PharmaTrain has also created a directory of e-learning resources in the field of medicines development sciences.