This series of activities explores the processes, research trials, and other considerations for developing and delivering a new drug product
to the market.
This course provides a general overview of the process used to develop drugs and why it costs so much to bring those drugs to market. It also explores the phases of clinical trials including the test candidates, testing outcomes, and timelines associated with each phase.
Examine the reasons why there are protections for human participants in research studies and how permissions are collected from the candidates. Then use what you’ve learned to evaluate patient profiles for inclusion or exclusion in a possible trial.