Many of our FPM On Demand events are eligible for CPD. To use the learnings for your appraisal you’ll need to provide:
- evidence (URL and/or proof of payment for paid content), and
- reflection, specifically a couple of paragraphs on what you learnt, what effect it will have on your current practice and how it relates to Good Medical Practice.
Upload these into your portfolio and self-allocate your CPD points at 0.25 credits per 15 mins.
Managing Medical Emergencies in Human Pharmacology
Our popular Management of Medical Emergencies in Human Pharmacology Studies course is now available to purchase and watch online.
This course is for all medical staff involved in the care of volunteers; including doctors, nurses and technicians.
This 6 hour long course will be available to view On Demand until 10 December 2021.
Delivered by Professor John Posner, Dr Simona Esposti, Dr Darren Wilbraham, Professor Tim Higenbottam, Dr Steve Warrington and Dr James Galloway.
The topics covered in this course are as follows:
– SAEs in HP studies and Risk Mitigation
– Acute ophthalmology
– Rapid loss of consciousness
– Allergy, anaphylaxis, bronchospasm
– Druginduced cardiac arrhythmias
– Biologics – acute AE’s, cytokine release
FPM Education Week 2021
FPM Education Week 2021 On Demand covers genomics and genomic applications in pharmaceutical medicine.
Since the successful sequencing of the human genome in 2003, new avenues for pharmaceutical medical research and development have rapidly evolved. This has led to a greater understanding of the genetic contribution to variability in clinical pharmacology and predisposition to drug safety concerns, improved understanding of the genetic basis of disease leading to the evolution of precision therapeutics and, finally, the development and approval of the first gene therapies offering potential for cure of genetic disorders.
With FPM Education Week 2021 On Demand our panel of expert speakers can enable you to better understand the challenges and benefits to be gained by applying genomics to the development of new treatments.
Black History Month series
FPM marked Black History Month 2020 with two extremely engaging free talks.
Black History Month serves to highlight the contributions that people from African and Caribbean backgrounds have made (and continue to make) to our communities. It also highlights the barriers to their success (however measured), that have been present and continue to be present for so many.
Both talks were free to attend to both members and non-members.
Recordings of the webinars can be accessed for free below.
FPM Public Health Emergencies webinar series
In mid-2020, FPM hosted a webinar series on: Good Pharmaceutical Medicine Practice: Preparedness Planning for Public Health Emergencies.
In the context of the central role played by medicines development during this COVID-19 pandemic, FPM’s Ethics & Practice Committee (EPC) developed a series of discussion webinars that focus on specific themes and challenges related to the science and ethics of pharmaceutical medicine during public health emergencies (PHEs). In these eight webinars, we engaged key global experts who have been involved in the COVID-19 pandemic response, coming from a variety of professions and sectors as well as from different geographical regions.