This course is a 30-week examined introductory training course that aims to equip students with a basic understanding of the concepts and practice of pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacovigilance and drug safety. By the end of the course, students will be able to:
Click here for further details and how to apply. Anyone with questions about the course content/suitability can contact Dr. Kevin Wing or Dr. Rohini Mathur at Kevin.Wing@lshtm.ac.uk or Rohini.Mathur@lshtm.ac.uk.
The international event on pharmaceutical sciences is a fantastic opportunity to network with leading experts from across the world, compare best practices, and learn about the latest trends in pharmaceutical sciences. Share the vision of smart therapeutics with exciting topics such as the potential of information-based technologies, challenges and opportunities in global health, new collaborative models for stimulating innovation, and workforce development with interdisciplinary skills.
McGill University offer the three levels of pharmacoepidemiology courses, each given intensively over a 4-day period and taught by skilled pharmacoepidemiologists and talented instructors as well as two novel specialized courses, to complement the traditional offerings in pharmacoepidemiology (see below).