This unique two-day *In-house* workshop will give you key insights into how the global, regional and national codes of practice work together to form a framework for compliance.
This unique two-day In-house workshop will give you key insights into how the global, regional and national codes of practice work together to form a framework for compliance. Good marketing practices will enable you to ensure both yourself, and your organisation, are compliant on a national and global level.
WORKSHOP SESSION ONE – A scientific discussion of medicines
Participants will analyse a scientific discussion to be held over three days in Vienna with a full speaker agenda and gala dinner.
WORKSHOP SESSION 2 – A scientific discussion of medicines
A practical workshop sessions examining a scientific discussion of the data gathered during a clinical trial.
WORKSHOP SESSION 3 – Sponsorship of events organised by third parties
Participants will analyse a global conference organised by a third party.
WORKSHOP SESSION 4
Participants will pull together the threads of case studies 1, 2 and 3.
WORKSHOP SESSION 5 – A proposed donation to a church in South Korea
Participants will develop patient education programmes, disease awareness campaigns, patient audits, non-interventional studies and patient support programmes.
WORKSHOP SESSION 6 – Patient audit
Participants will work on a patient audit of patients with respiratory problems, alongside a patient education programme.
Interactions with patient groups
• Transparency considerations
WORKSHOP SESSION 7 – Funding
Participants will look at funding for a patient group that actively campaigns for specific treatments.
Considerations for third parties
• Event organisers
• Contract sales organisations
• Contract research organisations
• Market researchers, etc.
WORKSHOP SESSION 8 – Due diligence
Participants will review due diligence and practical considerations prior to signing contracts with an event organiser.
Potential code changes
• Considerations to enable current activities to withstand future scrutiny
WORKSHOP SESSION 9 – Pulling it all together
Sue Egan BSc, MBA, FCMI is a Cranfield MBA who is an enthusiastic, approachable and supportive tutor with a proven track record in pharmaceutical compliance. She uses a blend of theory and case studies to emphasise key learning points, using plain language with as little jargon as possible. Sue has been a Compliance Officer at all levels from single marketing company to international VP for GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca, where she gained more than 8 years of practical experience and a reputation for a pragmatic approach. She is a founder member of the organising committee of the International Pharmaceutical Compliance Forum conferences. She has a high reputation as a speaker and presenter of case studies at these conferences, both in the USA and Europe.
We don't have any currently scheduled dates for this course but we can customise it to your requirements and deliver it on an in-house basis for any number of your staff or colleagues.
Contact our in-house training expert Aleksandra Beer to discuss your requirements: