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.
This course qualifies for the following CPD programmes: