GeneEd, Inc. Releases Drug Safety: Adverse Event Reporting Course


geneed incGeneEd, Inc., a leading provider of Continuing Medical Education (CME) accredited online learning for the life-science and healthcare professions, announced today the release of a Drug Safety: Adverse Event Reporting course.

The course discusses the reasons and mechanisms for adverse event collection during and following clinical studies. Key concepts and roles are defined and current and legacy terminologies used to report adverse events (AEs) in clinical trials are discussed. In addition, the reporting responsibilities of the sponsor and investigator are explored on both a national and global scale.

"Our Drug Safety: Adverse Event Reporting course arms industry professionals and investigating physicians with needed information to understand the adverse events reporting process," Alycia Shilton-Lloyd, GeneEd's chief scientific officer, said. "Patient safety today is of paramount importance during clinical trials and once a medication is marketed. Accurate and timely reporting of potential adverse drug reactions, through a rigorous adverse event reporting process, is mandated by regulatory agencies to ensure protection of patients' safety and rights, and we believe our course will enable industry professionals to optimize patient safety and data collection."

Individual students interested in the "Drug Safety--Adverse Event Reporting" course can register on the GeneEd website at, and corporate clients can inquire about bulk registration at This is one of a seven course e-learning Regulatory and Compliance (GxP) curriculum. Upcoming courses in this series will include "Introduction to GxP," and "The Global Regulatory Environment."

ABOUT GENEED, INC. - GeneEd is an e-learning provider for the biopharmaceutical industry, with several clients whom are Fortune 500 companies. The company's CME courses span the entire pharmaceutical development pipeline and healthcare-education spectrum. The GeneEd Regulatory and Compliance courses provide GxP training for clinical sites, CRAs, and management. For more information regarding this, or any other programs offered by GeneEd, please contact Alycia Shilton-Lloyd or visit:

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