Pharma Consultant Programme

Conceptual knowledge that is necessary for success in the pharma industry


The Pharma Consultant Programme is open to anyone who wants a basic education in pharmaceuticals and the pharma industry and who wants to strengthen their capabilities when working with or advising on drugs, e.g. as a professional in sales and marketing, market access or public affairs.

The programme is developed with insights from thorough market research and in collaboration with leading managers from the pharmaceutical industry to ensure that the course content is up to date and easily applicable to your everyday work life.

Programme structure

The programme consists of compulsory courses that provide conceptual knowledge on anatomy, physiology and pharmacology and a range of elective courses that enable you to design a programme that fits your professional interests.

The training is a combination of online training and classroom training to offer you the best learning environment for each topic, therefore the compulsory courses Anatomy & Physiology and Pathology are conducted as online training.

Please note that the compulsory course Pharmacology consists of three modules (Module I, Module II and Module III) each module is a two-day course, and you must register for each pharmacology module separately.

To obtain the diploma you must attend four compulsory courses (including Pharmacology I, II and III) and two elective courses. You can take the courses in random order, however it is required that you take the course Understanding Pharma before any elective courses.


There are no prerequisites or academic background requirements for you to be accepted on to this programme.

For more information on merits, exam and practicalities, please download the programme material on top of this page.



For Lif member companies

This is a basic education for all persons who, on behalf of a pharmaceutical company and the like presents, informs and advices on drugs.

The education applies to all "persons who, on behalf of pharmaceutical companies and the like. presents, informs and advices on drugs "(Vejledning om reklame for lægemidler (VEJ nr. 10356 29/12/2014)). Regardless of the employment title, persons with the above functional description will be considered as Pharma Consultant (Lægemiddelkonsulent).

All employees who advise on drugs must have started the programme within 12 months of employment and must have passed the final exam within 30 months of employment.

In addition, LIF member companies are obliged to register all of their Pharma Consultants, so LIF can ensure that all employees who inform about drugs have passed the exam within the above deadlines.


Both employees and companies are required to demonstrate that they have a high professional skill level and the latest knowledge about drugs. Re-certification provides the latest drug knowledge, including new research, new treatments etc. Recertification is available as masterclasses approximately twice a year.   

Compulsory courses
Understanding Pharma
Next course: 2. Mar 2022
Anatomy and physiology
Next course: 8. Mar 2022
Next course: 8. Mar 2022
Pharmacology I
Next course: 15. Mar 2022
Pharmacology II
Next course: 26. Oct 2021
Pharmacology III
Next course: 24. Nov 2021
Elective courses (select two)
Rethinking the future of Medical Affairs
Next course: 16. Nov 2021
Market Access Today and Tomorrow
Next course: 1. Dec 2021
Market Access Management and Regulations
Next course: 21. Feb 2022
Cross-Functional Market Access
Next course: 2. Nov 2021
Securing Market Uptake
Next course: 7. Jun 2022
Sales Intelligence
Next course: 28. Sep 2022
Using Evidence
Next course: 7. Dec 2021

Registration quick facts

How do I pay for courses or programmes?

You can pay by credit card or by invoice. We charge the amount shortly after you register. If you cancel your registration more than 30 days prior to the course, you will receive a full refund. Read our cancellation policy.

I have problems getting my order through. Can I get assistance?

Yes, if you experience any technical problems, please call us at + 45 39 27 60 60, or send us an email at

What if I get sick and can’t attend?

If you cancel your registration more than 30 days prior to the course, you will receive a full refund. If you get sick and cannot attend the course, you may hand over the seat to a colleague, who will then have to register for the course on our website prior to course start. If the registration is closed, please send us full name, email, phone and title of your colleague to bfl@atriumcph.comRead our cancellation policy.


Contact Client Manager Birger Flinthagen at +45 39 15 09 06

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