The Global Clinical Research and Pharmacovigilance course is designed to provide an overview of the regulatory requirements and best practices for conducting clinical research and pharmacovigilance activities in the global environment. Participants will gain knowledge of the regulatory frameworks governing clinical research and pharmacovigilance in different regions. The course will cover the key principles and guidelines for conducting ethical and compliant clinical trials, including informed consent, safety reporting, and data management. Participants will also learn about pharmacovigilance principles, including adverse event reporting, signal detection, and risk management. Additionally, the course will explore the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders involved in clinical research and pharmacovigilance, including sponsors, investigators, ethics committees, and regulatory authorities. By the end of this course, participants will have a solid understanding of the global clinical research and pharmacovigilance landscape, and be equipped with the knowledge needed to conduct clinical research and pharmacovigilance activities that comply with the relevant regulations and guidelines.