Global Medicines Legislation and Guidelines – University of Copenhagen

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Learn to understand the global aspects of medicines legislation
Development of medicines is subjected to highly detailed regulation in all parts of the world. This course illustrates and discusses the differences in regulations globally and how scientific knowledge can be used to understand and develop the field.

As a student of the course you will obtain knowledge on the framework for the medicines legislation. You will get an overview of challenges in different regions of the world when it comes to legislation and guidelines and be able to account for the arguments for and against issues like patenting and data.

You will be well equipped to reflect upon the social aspects of legislation in a global perspective and to discuss the background for the regulation of medicines. Moreover the course offers an insight into how scientific knowledge can be used to comment, revise and influence the global legislation of medicines.

What do you gain?
As a participant of Global Medicines Legislation and Guidelines you will learn how to explain and discuss the pharmaceutical law frames and the need for pharmaceutical legislation in a global perspective.

-You will be able to analyze and discuss the background for different parts of the detailed regulation of medicines.

- You will get an overview of challenges in different regions of the world when it comes to legislation and guidelines.

- You will get a foundation that allows you to discuss how scientific knowledge can be used to develop and understand legislation of medicines.

-You will gain the knowledge you need to discuss the social aspects of pharmaceutical legislation from a global perspective.

Course dates:

  • 3-4 + 16-17 April 2018

Exam date:

  • 20 April 2018

Course fee:

  • DKK 15,000 for EU/EEA citizens
  • DKK 17,068 for non-EU/EEA citizens

Application deadline:

  •  6 February 2018