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Pharmaceutical

The pharmaceutical webinars found in this searchable database cover a wide range of topics that apply to different areas of the industry. You may learn about topics such as research and development in pharma; navigating challenges in the clinical trial process for pharmaceuticals; considerations for the drug product approval process (learn submission efforts for FDA, EMA and more); best practices for marketing top pharmaceutical products; and how to navigate the world of emerging markets.

The pharmaceutical industry is growing more complex as drug development efforts are increasingly focused on niche indications, and professionals need to stay well-informed on changing regulations around clinical trials and the drug approval process. Pharmaceutical manufacturing challenges, such as ensuring all sites are inspection-ready, are also prominent topics of conversation for those in this industry.

And since choosing the most appropriate dosage form for a given API can have a huge impact on its effectiveness, we also have a number of webinars on excipients, capsule filling and spray drying.

Topics on expanding the market for a new drug using strategies like health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) to secure payer coverage and establishing patient assistance programs are also covered in these pharmaceutical webinars. There are also a number of webinars that focus on preventing drug counterfeiting and protecting brand integrity using technologies such as pharmaceutical serialization, tamper-proof packaging and more granular supply chain management.

Whether you’re involved in early pharmaceutical drug discovery, preclinical testing, clinical trials, regulatory affairs, pharmaceutical manufacturing or global commercialization, there’s bound to be webinars of interest in this pharmaceutical category. Since pharmaceutical webinars is such a broad category, don’t forget that you can search using keywords or filter by another subtopic.