FDA takes action based on information collected and developed by investigational and analytical personnel. FDA’s ability to perform its function is based on the quality and care used in collecting and preserving information. Information is evidence; obtaining it properly is a vital portion of FDA’s law enforcement work. This online training course explores the different types of evidence and how to collect and preserve this evidence. You will learn in this training the importance of clearly documenting all processes involved in collecting and testing evidence. The learner will become familiar with the different types of proof required in FDA cases. After completing this healthcare compliance course, you should be able to recognize the processes involved in gathering evidence and proof, and the circumstances under which both can be used.