Concepts in Risk Management

Let us guide you through the Concepts in Risk Management topic and get the necessary knowledge and skills to do it right

  •  Award
  •  180 min workload

This course aims to give you an overview and to define the concepts necessary to built a risk management plan for medicinal product.

What will you learn

At the end of the course, you will be able to :

  • Master the definition of a risk related to medicinal product use, in particular versus toxicity, signal and benefit,
  • Define what risk management is,
  • Understand the importance of risk perception and communication,
  • Provide arguments for promoting the need for risk management.

What’s included

  • Videorecorded lectures
  • Lecture slides and supplemental reading materials
  • Continuous individual progress assessments
  • Final exam quiz
  • Certificate of Completion for the course Concepts in Risk Management issued by the Am2P partners

Within which Am2P Certificate

Benefit Risk Assessment

Benefit Risk Assessment

  •  Degree
  •  3 ects
  •  Intermediate

Who made this course

Dr Katia Verhamme

Erasmus Universitair Medisch Centrum
Dr Laurent Auclert

Sanofi-aventis Recherche et Développement
Prof Annalisa Capuano

Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli
Nasop Experts Group

ISoP's North American chapter

How does it work

  • Sign up with minimal personal information, or sign in if you already have an account
  • Register to this course immediately and get access for 12 months
  • Follow the different course activities at your own pace
  • At the end of the course, you will pass a final examination and, upon success, you will get a Certificate of Completion for the course Concepts in Risk Management!
  • In case of failure, you can review course activities and retake the final examination quizzes, as long as your 12 months active period is on!

Enrollment

Register now and get access to the course for 12 months!

Plan Price
Individual 300 € / 350 $
Groups Please contact us (price discounts based on group size)