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Eu2P MASTER SECOND YEAR PROGRAMME


As for the Master Year 1, the Master Year 2 programme is half-composed of theoretical training (the course modules) and practical training (the research project).

The Master Year 2 trainee must successfully complete the theoretical and the practical trainings to be awarded the Eu2P Master in Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacoepidemiology.
For this second year of Master, the trainee is invited to choose a specialisation track that fits current or future professional needs.

The Eu2P Master programme is delivered by the Eu2P Academic Partners lecturers and experts from the 2 regulatory agencies and 15 industry partners belonging to the Eu2P consortium.

Master Year 2 Overview
60 ECTS credits English language
Full or part-time pace Key dates and Course calendar
Master of Science degree Student: 7,000 € or Professional: 12,000 €
Savings on regular fees can be offered under eligibility conditions.

Applications currently closed

Application to this training closed on June 25th, 2017.
You will be able to apply to the next training session
from January 29th, 2018 to June 24th, 2018.

Contact the Eu2P Central Office

Next session application will start on January 29th, 2018.
Please contact the Eu2P Central Office for information.

Two teaching scenarios are proposed to the Master Year 2 trainee: "Specialised Master" vs "A la carte Master"

Each scenario must include enough course modules to validate a total of 30 ECTS credits on full-time or on part-time pace (i.e. in one or two years duration).

Specialised Master

  • All mandatory modules have to be selected (see the black modules row)
  • A complete specialisation track has to be selected (see one track column)
  • Complementary modules have to be selected among remaining modules to overall validate 30 ECTS credits

"A la carte" Master

  • This choice aims to provide a broad knowledge of all Master specialisations. This track is composed of four modules of your choice among the Master specialisations.
  • All mandatory modules have to be selected (see the black modules row)
  • Complementary modules have to be selected among the remaining modules to overall validate 30 ECTS credits.

Module and track organisation

  Benefit assessment of medicines   Medicines risk identification and quantification Medicines benefit-risk assessment Medicines and public health Medicines risk communication
Legend: M: Mandatory modules - C: Complementary modules
Clinical and pharmacological principles Pharmacovigilance regulations Principles of identifying and recognizing adverse events and safety signals Introduction to benefit-risk assessment and pharmacoeconomics in decision making Drug utilisation studies: introduction and quantitative methods Information and communication about benefit-risk of medicines. Basic principles.
Methods in clinical research, PE and in the assessment of the efficacy of medicines Pharmacovigilance regulatory processes Substantiation and quantification of risks (part 1) Principles of pharmacoeconomics and valuation of health states (part 1) Drug utilisation studies: qualitative methods Key roles and stakeholders in medicines risk communication: duties and challenges
Critical appraisal of clinical trials: evidence-based medicine and its uncertainties   Substantiation and quantification of risks (part 2) Principles of pharmacoeconomics and valuation of health states (part 2) The public health impact of adverse drug reactions Case studies in medicines risk communication
   Identifying susceptibility for adverse drug reactions Fundamentals of quantitative benefit-risk assessment methods in decision making on medicines   
    Advanced quantitative benefit-risk assessment methods in decision making on medicines   

Evaluation

Each course module is appraised through continuous and/or final assessment.
The master Year 2 trainee must at least obtain the "pass" grade in each module, whether their course modules are mandatory or complementary.

Each Master trainee must conduct a research project in parallel to the theoretical training along the academic year. This research project can be achieved within an academic, regulatory or private body (see Master Programme FAQ for further details).

Note: If you are employed, you can perform the research project on your employer's premises.

Evaluation

This research project is appraised through three separate assessments on:

  • the research project supervisor evaluation
  • the project written report
  • the oral defence of the research project report

The Master Year 2 trainee must at least obtain the overall "pass" grade for the research project to validate the practical training part of the Master second year programme.


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