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BioSoteria eLearning Executive Michelle Flewell Selected for Accreditation Council
Date:3/3/2010

ts, instructional designers, medical illustrators, graphic designers, animators, eLearning programmers and learning management system (LMS) specialists. The first three courses now available for purchase are:

Course 1: Drug and Device Development and Regulation
Course 2: Clinical Safety Surveillance
Course 3: Postmarketing Pharmacovigilance

To learn more about eLadder™ Safety, view the online demonstration at the BioSoteria website.

About BioSoteria
From strategic risk management consulting and full-service drug safety department capabilities to innovative pharmacovigilance training and education, BioSoteria provides unmatched experience, expertise and leadership to support biopharmaceutical companies’ efforts to maximize the benefit/risk balance. For more information about BioSoteria’s eLadderTM Safety courses or its drug safety services, please visit the company’s website at www.biosoteria.com or call 1 866 660 5553.

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