New Delhi, Dec 17, 2014: IGMPI has proved to be an indispensible platform for providing trainings in the healthcare and pharma sectors. As a non-profit organization registered with the government of India it is continuously developing various types of training programs keeping in view the current advancements taking place in the various segments of pharma industries.

What makes IGMPI unique from other training institute is that it is a member of Quality Council of India which is an accreditation body under the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India and also a member of member of International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and the certifications are provided jointly by QCI and IGMPI which has great value in the industry.

The Institute has developed training courses in the field of Pharmacovigilence, Clinical Research, Medical Writing, Public Health & Hospital Management and Regulatory affairs specifically keeping in view the growing need of trained doctors in these fields. In the recent years it has been witnessed that many doctors involved in the clinical trials are not having appropriate knowledge of Good Clinical Practices to be followed, reporting of adverse events and adverse drug reactions in an appropriate manner following the regulatory guidelines, what is the importance of protocol, ICDs and source documents in a trial. IGMPI removes all the above glitches among the doctors by providing them training programmes in the form of PG diploma and executive diploma programmes from learned industry professionals who have developed such courses with their practical experience, growing market need and immense knowledge. IGMPI depicts various case studies in the courses which again is its unique characteristic.

According to the market research it is estimated that the global pharmacovigilance market will reach to 5 billion dollars in 2019 and with the rising regulatory concerns, public safety issues, and surprise regulatory inspections and instant need of patient reporting there is a continuous need of trained and skilled doctors in this field. Medical writing involves writing scientific documents of different types which include regulatory and research-related documents, disease or drug-related educational and promotional literature, publication articles like journal manuscripts and abstracts, content for healthcare websites, health-related magazines or news articles. New knowledge and information is constantly being added to the field of medicine due to increasing number of research studies, growing clinical experience, and new ideas and thoughts which needs to be effectively communicated to patients and drug regulators. The documents require through review which is not possible unless and until there is proper understanding of the regulations, study design, the target population and the associated risks and benefits. This has led to the growing demand of trained doctors. The right approach to all the above problems is to gain professional training through case study based training programmes offered by IGMPI.

The IGMPI’s training programmes lead to in-depth knowledge of the subject area thus providing higher growth in the professional environment in the industry. Some examples include Medical Development Director, Global Medical Affairs Manager, Drug Safety Physician, Senior Associate Director, Medical Safety, Expert Medical Writer and Regulatory Writing, Scientific Director, Subject Matter Expert etc. The website of the Institute is 



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