Diploma Course

Diploma Course 2019 - 2021, starting September 2, 2019

Dates

deadline for registration:

March 30, 2019


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Course Structure

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

Diploma Modules

 

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.

Regulations

Course regulations (available soone)

Participants

Participants of the diploma course represent many different countries and working places worldwide. The variety of background offers a great opportunity to network and to learn from your peers.