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TOPRA regulatory intelligence network

The Organisation for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs (TOPRA) is to launch a special interest network (SPIN) to drive regulatory intelligence

The Organisation for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs (TOPRA) is to launch a special interest network (SPIN) to drive regulatory intelligence.

The aim of this group will be to explore and share ideas and methods used for regulatory intelligence, and will be formed from TOPRA members. It will be launched on February 23 in London.

As the framework for the regulation of medicines grows ever more complex, it is becoming increasingly hard to predict how regulatory agencies will view applications.

In addition, more and more information is becoming available, a trend that will continue with the drive for greater transparency. Consequently, TOPRA believes it is important to know how to find this information, filter it and analyse it in ways that can increase understanding of the expectations of the regulatory agencies at both the national and international levels.

TOPRA members wanting further information on this SPIN should email: spin@topra.org

 

3rd February 2010

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