Course Overview

In a blending of online and live learning, this course provides an overview of the process and issues common to all new chemical entity (NCE) development projects, from the research and development stages through product launch and post-marketing safety. The course focuses on the decisions that need to be made throughout the therapeutic development process and the criteria influencing these decisions. The faculty for this flagship course are selected as experts in their field. The online component is PERI’s newly revised Decision Points in Pharmaceutical Development.

Benefits of Attendance

  • Identify the basic steps in pharmaceutical development
  • Gain hands-on experience through practical pharmaceutical development workshops.
  • Understand team responsibilities in pharmaceutical development
  • Learn key aspects and updates in the regulatory process for US, Europe and Japan
  • State the basic steps in the drug development process
  • Explain the difference between research and development
  • Discuss the key decision points in the drug development process
  • Explain the implications of label based drug development
  • Discuss the role of interaction with FDA and other regulatory agencies
  • Non-Clinical Drug Development
  • Decision Points in Drug Development
  • Regulatory Review Process (FDA, EMEA)
  • Portfolio Review
  • Meeting with Regulatory Agencies
  • Drug & Biologic Product Manufacturing
  • Clinical Trial Design
  • Safety in the Drug Development Process
  • Global Considerations in Drug Development
  • Panel Discussion with FDA Representatives: Putting It All Together
  • Professionals new to drug development
  • Scientific and non-scientific staff members at all levels
  • Members of clinical research teams
  • Pharmacists
  • Medical writers and communication specialists
  • Project managers and regulatory affairs personnel

Continuing Education Credit
Pharmaceutical Education & Research Institute, Inc. (PERI) is pleased to make continuing education credit available to you for attendance at this program. To receive credit, you must attend the entire program and submit the Continuing Education Application form directly to a PERI on-site coordinator. Additional $35 fee applies for students who are applying for continuing education credit.

ACPE Statement:
Pharmaceutical Education & Research Institute, Inc. (PERI) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. ACPE Universal Activity Number is 0708-0000-16-002-L04-P. 1.4 continuing education units (CEUs) are available for this program. Initial Release Date: 05/12/2016. This is a knowledge based CPE Activity.

ACCME Statement:
PERI, Inc. is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. PERI, Inc. designates this live activity for a maximum of 14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Event Details

Date: May 12-13, 2016
Location:Hyatt Arlington Hotel
Arlington, VA 22209
Course Rate: $1595

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Carolyn D Finkle, MSc
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InVentiv Health Clinical

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Our Students

  • 1 “This provided an overview of the drug development process which enables me to understand the tasks my colleagues undertake.”

  • 2 “Love the workshops! Excellent activities and follow-up discussions. I learned that it is not easy to manage a portfolio because of all the elements you must consider.”