Constructing the New Regulatory Framework for Complementary Medicines
With the package of reforms to the regulatory framework for complementary medicines in full swing, Complementary Medicines Australia’s (CMA) regulatory seminar offers delegates the chance to be on the front foot for positive change. CMA are excited to share with you the 2017 Regulatory Obligations Seminar Program offering a learning environment that will be educational and informative with an exceptional lineup of speakers and topics including:
- Lyndall Soper, Assistant Secretary, Therapeutic Goods Administration presenting “Improving access to evidence based listed complementary medicines” and “Improving competitiveness and innovation in complementary medicines”.
- Mark McDonald, Senior Adviser, Regulatory Reforms, Therapeutic Goods Administration presenting “Low Risk Therapeutic Goods: To Regulate or Not to Regulate”.
- Dr Allison Jones, Director Listing Compliance, Therapeutic Goods Administration presenting “Permitted Indications for use in listed medicines”.
- Ian Harrison, Chief Executive Officer, Australia Made Campaign presenting the “Country of Origin Labelling for Complementary Medicines”.
Among the 19 recommendations to improve the regulation of complementary medicines, incentives for innovation, new listing pathways and a comprehensive and streamlined indications list are on the horizon for the sector. Be among the first to hear about the detail of the reforms, as well as the ongoing and future regulatory developments.
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We look forward to receiving your registration and welcoming you to our Regulatory Obligations Seminar 2017.
|| 08:30 - 17:00
|| InterContinental Hotel, Double Bay, Sydney
|| Valet parking is available at the hotel for a flat rate of $50. Alternatively, you may also self-park at Wilsons Parking Double Bay whose entrance is right next to the hotel, or at Woollahra Council's car park at 1 Cross Street, a short 5 minute walk from the hotel.