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Regulatory Affairs For Veterinary Medicine

3-day course, 3rd day optional

Choose a 2 or 3-day course | Starts 30 October 2018

Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton, London

This 2-day practical course is designed to give regulatory professionals working in the veterinary medicine industry a complete guide to the regulations for authorisation of products in the EU. As the market for veterinary medicinal products grows, so too do the requirements for regulatory compliance. This course will provide you with the fundamental regulatory knowledge enabling you to unpick the complexity of the system and apply your knowledge. Learn how to achieve fast product approval and effective product maintenance.

 

Optional Day 3 

This optional 1-day course is aimed at professionals working in pharmacovigilance (PV) or those wanting to discover more about post market safety activities for veterinary medicines. On this additional day you will examine the PV requirements for veterinary medicines, discover how to manage adverse events and learn how to prepare and submit Periodic Safety Update Reports (PSUR).

 

 

  • Understand and successfully apply the latest directive to your marketing authorisations
  • Choose the right submission procedure to support your application
  • Establish your veterinary pharmacovigilance reporting systems
  • Comply with the latest regulations for packaging and labelling of veterinary medicinal products
  • Learn how to maintain your marketing authorisation with a practical guide to variations

Dr Tasmin Dawson

Dr Tamsin Dawson has worked in the development and regulation of animal health medicinal products for over 13 years. Her career started at a small veterinary biologicals company where she was responsible for analytical development for new products and regulatory affairs; she moved to veterinary product development consultancy group, Triveritas in 2009.  Today, Tamsin is responsible for assessing the suitability of data for a European submission and drafting regulatory documentation to support vaccine, pharmaceutical, and feed additive registration applications, as well as managing regulatory procedures.

 

Dr Andrew Hewitt MRCVS

Dr Andrew Hewitt is a veterinarian who has been working in Veterinary Medicine Product Development in a clinical and regulatory capacity since 2007.  In his current role with global animal health product development CRO Triveritas, Andrew manages regulatory affairs projects covering all aspects of product development and maintenance from early proof of concept right through to post authorisation work.  Andrew also acts a back up Qualified Person for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV), delivering pharmacovigilance services for Triveritas and its clients. Taking advantage of previous experience as a clinical practitioner in the UK and investigator and monitor on clinical trials, Andrew brings a broad range of knowledge to regulatory projects and has a particular interest in strategic regulatory planning. 


This course has been specifically designed for those working in the development of new veterinary medicinal products

  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Document Management
  • Project Managers in Regulatory Affairs
  • Research & Development

"The course gave a clear overview of the different submission procedures and the requirements to be followed in the content of the dossier. The availability of the trainers for questions was great."
 ~ Regulatory Affairs Manager, Merial

Very enjoyable course with trainers that clearly know their stuff. Time given to ask questions was great.

Veterinary Clinical Research Manager, GALVmed


The course definitely covered my needs. It was interactive and provided additional information.

Clinical R&D Manager, Boehringer Ingelheim