24-25 June 2020
Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton,
Advanced Regulatory Strategies for Veterinary Drug Development
Accelerate the development of new veterinary pharmaceuticals by understanding how to integrate the European regulatory requirements into a drug development program.
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This practical 2-day course has been designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of the EU regulatory requirements that need to be met when developing new veterinary pharmaceutical products. Over two days you learn how to integrate regulatory affairs with product development, exploring the requirements in key developmental areas such as quality, safety, environmental and efficacy. You will also explore regulatory licensing options available for novel and generic drugs, discussing the specific tests and data required for speedy approval.
What will you learn:
EU regulatory requirements
Understand how to successfully apply the latest EU regulatory requirements to a veterinary drug development program
The regulatory landscape
Gain a deep understanding of the current and future regulatory landscape
How to put theory into practice
Consolidate the theory, with a practical workshop on planning for the development of a new product
Data use and management
Accelerate the regulatory process by understanding what data to use and by learning how to collate it in an effective dossier
Where to find support
Learn how best to seek advice on a novel product development
Dossier submission procedures
Choose the right submission procedure to support your application
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at professionals who have an active role in the development of new pharmaceutical products. Departments who could benefit include: Regulatory Affairs, Research & Development, Clinical Trials and Marketing. Over two days you will examine the regulatory requirements in key developmental areas providing you the skills to successfully integrate regulatory requirements with the development of new drugs.