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Advanced Good Distribution Practice (GDP) Part II - Selected topics Transport and Falsified Medicines

Medicines - Europe

Part II of the advanced course the European Good Distribution Practice (GDP) guidelines focusses on the actions required by wholesalers to prevent the entry of falsified medicines in the distribution chain. Specialist topics such as transport and incoterms are covered.

Transports must be arranged in such a way that the goods do not suffer any damage en route. for temperature sensitive drugs this is of particular importance as proper storage is essential for their efficacy and safety. Incoterms are not quality standards in themselves, but clarify the responsibilities of the parties involved in the transport of the goods.


  • Transport
  • Incoterms
  • Falsified medicines

For whom

  • Pharmacists, doctors in medicine, veterinarians, masters in chemistry, in biology, or in biomedical sciences who wish to take up a role of Responsible Person for Good Distribution Practice
  • Responsible Persons who wish to update and refresh their Good Distribution Practice knowledge
  • Managers of a pharmaceutical wholesale company or those who plan to obtain a European pharmaceutical wholesale license
  • QA managers

knowledge on the basics of GDP is highly recommended

Practical arrangements

  • The training will take ±2 hours
  • Note pages will be available in pdf format
  • Participants who require a training certificate can take a multiple choice quiz (10 items, 80% correct answers to qualify)

A discount is granted from the third participant of the same company.

Contact us if you want a tailor-made course or if you want the training to take place in your offices

Course details

Date and time



+32 476 41 51 35

€ 250.00 excluding VAT