The PIER Spring CPD meeting will be held in School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences TCD (Joly Theatre) on Wed evening 13th April 2016 at 7pm. The theme of the meeting will be ‘Personalised Medicine' with an oncology focus. The speakers will be:
Professor William Gallagher(Conway Institute, UCD) 'Personalised Medicine in the Oncology Arena: Home-Grown Examples and International Experiences'?
Dr Mike Starnawski (Roche) 'Targeted Therapies - Opportunities and Challenges'
Professor Laura McCullagh (TCD & NCPE) 'The NCPE Pharmacoeconomic Evaluation Process. Application to Targeted Drugs for Oncology'
Please register for this event by Friday 8th April by emailing email@example.com. Membership will need to be current to attend this meeting.
TOPRA's Regulatory Affairs Live workshop (half day) is aimed at students, recent graduates and young professionals who are starting or looking to start a career in regulatory affairs.
Invited speakers include key regulatory professionals from pharmaceutical companies (e.g. Pfizer, Astra Zeneca, GSK), regulatory consultancies, regulatory agencies (eg EMA, MHRA), regulatory recruitment companies and careers coaches.
For further details see: http://www.topra.org/TOPRA/TOPRA_Member/floating/Regulatory_Careers_Live.aspx
The Institute of Validation Technology are holding their 7th Annual Validation Week in the Hilton Hotel in Dublin this April. See the link below for more details and to download a brochure.
The European Parliament and Council has recently approved and published the Delegated Regulation (EU2016/161) in the Official Journal of the EU. The Regulation supplements the Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) and introduces two mandatory safety features that will allow medicines to be verified and authenticated:
a unique identifier (a 2D data matrix code and human readable information) to be placed on medical products that can be scanned at fixed points along the supply chain;