New standards for Investigational Medicinal Products (IMP) in clinical trials (online)

GS1 standards for identification in clinical trials

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1,000 DKK ex VAT

(app. 134 EUR ex VAT)



This 2-hour online course (13-15 CET) provides you with knowledge about the new GS1 standards for IMP. Also, world leading experts from industry and healthcare make the case for why standardisation in the clinical trial area is so important: a pharmaceutical company presents why they decided to implement the standards in their clinical trials, and you will hear from a site personnel perspective how standards and barcodes have impacted the resources required at site level and how they minimise the risk for errors.


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This course takes place online. You will receive an email with a link to the course.

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Course leader & lecturers

  • Jesper Kervin Franke
    Course leader
    Head of Healthcare Sector
    GS1 Denmark
  • Marianne Puggaard Jensen
    Course leader
    Educational Programme Leader
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Is this course for you?

Our course is for you if work with IMP in Clinical Trials, or if you work with the logistical aspects of clinical trials and IMP. Also, site personnel will benefit from this course.

What you will learn

  1.  The value of implementing standards in clinical trials for both safety and logistical efficiency
  2. The function of barcodes in optimising resources and minimising errors at site level
  3. The content of the GS1 standard

What your company will get

  1. An employee or stakeholder who understands the GS1 standard for IMP and the rationale for implementing it, including: full supply chain traceability; increased efficiency by having faster data compiling; and less time spent on validating data

Course leaders

Jesper Kervin Franke
Head of Healthcare Sector
GS1 Denmark
Marianne Puggaard Jensen
Educational Programme Leader

Want to know more or need help?

Contact Client Manager Christina Spangsberg at +45 39 15 09 22

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