The 2019 Cohort has just completed the first of six Modules required to earn their Medical Affairs in Medicines Development Certification (CMD). In the past month students have learned about the purpose and identity of medical affairs, received an introduction to pharmacology, overviewed the clinical trial process, networked with their fellow students during webinars and lesson discussions, and much more!
We are proud to announce that we have a few students who received perfect scores for their work in Module 1! This means they attended all lectures, webinars, and achieved full marks in participation for each activity. This is by no means a small feat. Their dedication to the Program has not only exceeded expectations through their academic achievements but also through their interactions with their fellow students.
We look forward to sharing with you the continued success of each one of the students in this Cohort.
Want to learn more about the IFAPP/King’s College London, Medical Affairs in Medicines Development, Certification Program?
The International Federation of Associations of Pharmaceutical Physicians and Pharmaceutical Medicine (IFAPP) Academy provides online Continuing Professional Development for Medical Affairs Professionals.
The IFAPP Academy is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote, develop, and implement educational activities that support Pharmaceutical Medicine by enhancing the knowledge, expertise, and skills of pharmaceutical physicians and medicines development scientists worldwide. Partnered with King’s College London, the Academy offers Professional Certification for students successfully completing the course. Click here to learn more about the benefits of Professional Certification from the IFAPP Academy.