Thursday, 12 June 2014

Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Research and Clinical Database Management

The Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Research and Clinical Database Management program conducted by ACRI in affiliation with Mysore University, invites BSc., MSc. in Life Sciences, M.Sc.in Health Sciences  and B.Pharma and M.Pharma graduates to join the course and enjoy different opportunities offered by the Pharma and Clinical Research  Sector.

The course starts in July 2014 and along with 7 months theory classes, there will be a 3 months compulsory internship program with reputed companies in the Industry.

Excellent Career Opportunities:

As the Indian population grows at the rate of 1.5 % every year, the requirement for jobs will drastically increase. As a result of this, government spending will increase in various sectors and very significantly in the Healthcare sector.










As per the McKinsey report, government spending in healthcare will increase significantly. It has been growing at 18 per cent annually since 2005 to 2006, and is translating into a higher level of access in Tier-II and rural markets.



Secondly, there would be a demand for new therapies and innovative drugs due to aggressive players in market.


Sl NO
THERAPIES
GROWTH
1
OTC/Self-medicate
Grow over 14% annually
2
Biologics
3 billion segment by 2020
3
Vaccines
20 per cent over the next decade

In the base case scenario, all the important growth drivers will observe vigorous progress. The market will grow more than four times to reach USD 55 billion by 2020. 



As the Indian population grows, the prevalence of diseases like diabetes, cancer, heart disease will also show drastic increase.








Insurance coverage would grow to cover the entire Indian population below the poverty line.







Moreover, the Pharma sector will influence the patient funnel by increasing awareness and treatment, thereby increasing the patient pool by 15 per cent.

Skill requirements for the Pharma and Clinical Research industries will increase manifold in the years to come. 

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