Training Materials

Training Materials

Training material is ordered when a medicinal product is authorised or its authorisation is amended if special information is deemed necessaty in medical practice to minimise risks of medicinal products in addition to the expert information and directions for use.

More detailed information on educational material can be found on the website of the  Bundesinstituts für Arzneimittel und Medizinprodukte (BfArM)  and the Paul-Ehrlich-Instituts (PEI).

List of the active substances or trademarks for wich training material has been commissioned can be found at: Auflistung Schulungsmaterial BfArM or  Auflistungen Schulungsmaterial PEI

You can find officially approved training material at

Good Pharmacovigilance Practices

In order to ensure that the content to be conveyed are perceived equally by the target groups, irrespective of the individual medicinal product prescribed or used, that they do not lead to confusion on the part of the user and that the necessary training material is accepted as widely as possible (see also GVP Modul XVI Addendum I, EMA-Good Pharmacovigilance Practices), the training material should be uniform, even if the medicinal product is marketed by different pharmaceutical companies.
In addition, it may happen that training material is changed or supplemented by the original marketing authorisation holder at a later date. To ensure that only the current version is used, we refer to the training material of the original marketing authorisation holder in the current version.

Should we be able to assist you in this regard, please do not hesitate to contact us on our service number: +49 2181 29710

Alternatively, you can also send your request by e-mail to

24 Studen Hotline im Notfall: +49 1743207235