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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Innovations by University of Minnesota

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About the Course

This course in the Healthcare Marketplace specialization gives the learner an in-depth view of the intellectual property creation that is vital to creating breakthrough technologies. Included is an understanding of the strategy deployed for pricing drugs and new technologies as well as the market sizing exercise to identify where future research and development investments should be made....

Top reviews

Jul 14, 2017

Very useful to get the domain knowledge about pharmaceutical and medical devices field; markets ranging both in the USA and globally. Gained immense knowledge b taking this course. Thank you.

May 31, 2020

Best course to learn as to understand the innovation of health sector and also useful to get knowledge about the pharmaceutical and medical device industries

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By Ning J

Jan 27, 2017

The Medical Device Module is a bit too short and does not cover enough information in my opinion.


Sep 30, 2020

This course will be really helpful , if you pursue the masters in Pharmaceutical Management

By Hitesh K

May 22, 2020

It was good to update skill and knowledge regarding pharmaceutical and medical devices

By Ivan D R R

Jul 16, 2019

Muy bueno ,con un contenido desarrollado ,buenas gráficas y una explicación clara

By Manish K

May 1, 2020

A well-designed course that covers both pharma and med device sections.

By Thierry P

Oct 21, 2018

Very useful and comprehensive but could go more deep in the material.

By Alberto T

Nov 25, 2017

Would like to focus more on drugs instead of medical devices.

By Abhishek C

Dec 21, 2020

A great course for pupils in the field of health care

By Travis S

Jun 21, 2019

Great content with very concise engaging material.

By Vasireddy p

May 28, 2020

It is a great opportunity to complete this course

By Alya S

Jul 3, 2021

This course was very helpful and informative

By Krupal J

Oct 18, 2017

It is very good course for learners.

By Joao B

May 16, 2016

Clear with good real examples!


Jun 20, 2019

thanks for your financial aid

By Safiye N Y

Jul 9, 2020

very useful informations

By alyas c

Apr 18, 2020

Somewhat basic

By Hannia M V S

Oct 8, 2021

Great course

By Nitin G

Apr 26, 2019

Nice course

By Charles E B

Nov 6, 2019

Disappointed by the scope of this course.

Steve clearly has a greater interest/knowledge of the Medical Device market and this is reflected in the material for the Pharma market which was disappointing, especially when the BioPharma market is far bigger than MedTech.

If you want a course on Steve's interest and likes this is the course for you. Wish they could have brought in a lecturer with a more balanced focus, I often find Steve's lecturing hard to follow also.

By Md S H

May 29, 2020

One of the courses on coursera related to pharmaceuticals, only problem is the audio quality which is very low volume compared to other courses and also there is no devices included. Just the innovation and clinical trials and regulation.

By Esteban A U

Jun 15, 2020

El contenido es interesante, el audio necesita una mejora, se nota mucho como el profe mueve hojas o en general sonidos de fondo. Saludos y si les interesa esta rama de la industria es interesante.

By Shakhlo

Jun 23, 2016

All in all,the idea of the topic is good and informative, however honestly speaking I didnt like teaching method of professors. The video volume was very quite.

By Milene D

Nov 16, 2017

Lots of typing/grammatical errors in the quizzes and assignments made it difficult at times to understand what was being asked. The content was fine.

By Nikhil K K

Jul 22, 2020

The person who spoke was not very effective and loud and at some points lost track of the main topic even though the topic was very interesting

By Hugo R S

Nov 24, 2021

Some of the material was outdated and the form of communicating and presenting felt a bit dull at times.