Patient Perspective in Drug Development: Whose Opinion Counts Anyway?

taught by Virna Dapic, PhD
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Course Curriculum

View Class by Dr. Dapic Taught at the Multiple Chronic Conditions Policy Conference - March 2015
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Course description

  1. Review the FDAs position on the incorporation of patients in drug clinical trials;
  2. Describe comparative effectiveness research methodology that include the patient perspective;
  3. Discuss the FDAs paradigm shift to include patient involvement in drug development.

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Provide an overview on the FDAs shift in reviewing drug development, primary end points and drug indications in Phase II-IV randomized clinical trials.

Review the role of comparative effectiveness research and its methodology that includes patient participation

Identify how the patient’s involvement in drug trials and study design impact drug delivery, package insert and introduction to market


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Instructor

Virna Dapic, PhD
Virna Dapic, PhD

Dr Kim Kuebler

drkimkuebler@multiplechroniccondtions.org