Key Roles and Stakeholders in Medicines Risk Communication: Duties and Challenges University of Bordeaux
> The aim of the course is: - To consider the evolution and social impact of the concept of riskand benefit risk. - To explore the understanding of risk perception and uncertainty. - To consider challenges in healthcare providers-patientscommunication. - To know the regulatory agencies strategies toaddress the challengesof risk communication.
- Post-graduated leve in Health or Life Sciences. - Language prerequisites: Non-native English speakers must provide acertificate proving a minimum of English B2 level (cf. Europass[http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/]). - Computer and internet requirement.
- Assessment is a mix of continuous assessment. - Final assessment takes place by videoconference.
> This course consists of the followinf parts: - Historical perspective. Evolution of concept of risk communication.Social impact of drug risk communication. - Risk perception. Actual vs perceived and factors influencingperception. Population vs individual risk perception. - Concept of uncertainty. How to deal with this in riskcommunication. - Nature and importance of communication of risk of medicines:accessibility of data, conflict of interest and independentinformation. - Regulatory agencies' strategies to address thechallenges of riskcommunication.
Recorded and live lectures, readings, home assignments, on-line quizzes, forums, wikis, live seminars.
Online Course Requirement
- Professionals: 3,000€/year. - Students: 1,500€/year. - No additional costs and no mobility required.Duration: 12 weeksLanguage of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: E-learning
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