Enrolment will be open from 16th May 2022 until the 30th April 2024
Name of the course: Developmental Pharmacology
Edition of the course: 1st Edition
Course Category: Self Directed
Starting date: 16th May 2022
Closing date: 30th April 2024
Starting Date Of The Enrolment: 16th May 2022
Ending Date of the Enrolment: 30th April 2024
Course Duration: 6 hours (14x 20-30 min online modules)
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This self-learning course will present the key aspects of developmental pharmacology, covering the impact of growth and maturation on drug disposition, effects on dosage selection and evaluation in the different paediatric age groups.
The course will explain how and why paediatric clinical trials differ from adult clinical trials in many pharmacological aspects, how to design and deliver trials adapted to children and explore how to generate data and validate drugs adapted to the different paediatric age groups.
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This course consists of 14 20-30 minutes lessons, which can be completed at the learner’s own time and pace.
Module 1: Growth and maturation
Module 2: Pharmacokinetics
Module 3: Pharmacodynamics and dosage selection
Module 4: Drug administration – formulations
Module 5: Pharmacovigilance
Module 6: Conclusion: Developmental pharmacology aspects to consider in a pediatric clinical trial
Who is the course for?
All professionals involved in paediatrics and paediatric drug development including but not limited to investigators, clinicians, nurses, regulators and research technicians.
**if you are interested into taking part in this course, please contact your country’s National Hub.
Max. number of persons that each national hub can enrol: unrestricted
Bloom’s Taxonomy Level of the Course:
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