Diploma Course 2017 - 2019, starting September 4, 2017
deadline for registration:
few seats are still available. Deadline has been extended to July 31, 2017
The postgraduate Training Programmes in Pharmaceutical Medicine are based on curricular units in a modular format. The ECPM Diploma Course comprises six modules (24 days) spread over a two year period and provides a foundation of integrated knowledge in science-based medical product development and regulation. Each module has a face-to-face course plus distance-learning activities, which allows a vocational training.
The course language is English.
THE 2 PARTS OF THE Diploma course
Upon completion of the six modules, students can chose to either take an MCQ exam, only, resulting in a Certificate in Pharmaceutical Medicine. In order to qualify for a Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine, students will need to take the MCQ exam, as well as an oral exam and essay writing.
Continuing Education Seminars – ‘Frontiers in Drug Development’
While the first 3 days of each module focus on teaching the basics of drug development, the fourth day is dedicated to hot topics, current trends and new developments. On day 4 of each course module current topics, new trends and developments in drug development are presented. Continuing education seminars are a mandatory integral part of the ECPM Course.
Participants of the diploma course represent many different countries and working places worldwide (see statistics). The variety of background offers a great opportunity to network and to learn from your Peers.