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Rather than the artificial division being made between compliance in digital and social media and compliance in everything else this course looks at how to handle issues of ethics and compliance across all channels. Doing so shows how the same principles underpin all regulation and this will equip attendees with the skills to develop and justify their activities.

During the five weeks, attendees are encouraged to bring their (compliance) problems to the group for discussion.

Who will benefit?

Those producing multichannel communications and marketing campaigns in pharma and agency who have some experience of the ABPI Code of Practice

What does the training include?

5 x 90min interactive webinars each with up to 20 participants each Friday in July:

Module 1 – Friday 3rd July – 8.00-9.30am – Ethics, the ABPI Code and principles of compliance

Module 2 – Friday 10th July – 8.00-9.30am – Education and promotional interactions with health professionals

Module 3 – Friday 17th July – 8.00-9.30am – Getting insight, scientific exchange and non-promotional interactions with health professionals

Module 4 – Friday 24th July – 8.00-9.30am – Disease awareness and interacting with the public

Module 5 – Friday 31st July – 8.00-9.30am – Communications and public relations activities


About the trainer

Nick Broughton is a physician who has worked previously in large pharma as a director in UK and European Medical and Regulatory Affairs. He has over 20 years of experience reviewing and approving promotional and other material. He has a special interest in pharmaceutical ethics and how to incorporate that within compliance education to make it meaningful and memorable


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Event details

Fri 3rd July
8:00 am - 9:30 am


  • Members £675
  • Non member £775


Virtual event
United Kingdom


Helen Eade