Veterinary Information Day 2011 - 06 October 2011
The IMB held a very successful Veterinary Information Day on 6 October 2011. The meeting, which was held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport, was attended by more than 50 stakeholders and provided a useful forum for discussion of current veterinary regulatory topics. A copy of the programme as well as the presentations delivered by the course presenters are available, free of charge, from the following links:
Programme for the IMB Veterinary Information Day
S1 (1) Strategic objective and key achievements in recent times
S1 (2) Departmental performance and KPIs (2)
S1 (3) Overview of process and recent experiences
S1 (4) Experience with electronic submissions
S1 (5) Experiences with variations
S2 (1) Joint labelling with the UK
S2 (2) MRP DCP
S2 (3) Referrals
S2 (4) Pharmacovigilance
S2 (5) Experiences with borderline products
S3 (1) Industry perspectives on the review of Veterinary legislation Session 3 Rick Clayton-Brendan Barns
S3 (2) The review process and the Irish presidency of the EU Council
S3 (3) How the process might affact the regulatory environment in Ireland
The IMB is grateful to all who participated in the Information Day. Suggestions for future topics for the next IMB Veterinary Information Day are welcome. They should be made to email@example.com.
The Irish Medicines Board will host an Information Day on Veterinary Medicines on Thursday 6th October 2011 in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport (previously known as the Great Southern Hotel). The Irish Medicines Board Information day has been accredited by the Veterinary Councils Education and Training Committee for 5.5 hours of CVE credit.
Aims of the Seminar
A key focus of this year's event will be consideration of potential changes to the legislation governing the authorisation and supply of veterinary medicines in the EU. Presentations and updates on current regulatory activities will also be given. Staff from the Veterinary Medicines Department will be on hand to address queries during the event. For more details, see the final agenda.
Queries and advice on special booking rates for the meeting should be made to Ms. Michelle Sinnott (firstname.lastname@example.org). Early booking is advisable as numbers will be limited.
Who Should Attend
The Information Day is intended primarily for animal health companies, but is expected to be of interest also to distributors and other parties interested in the regulation and supply of veterinary medicines in Ireland.
To register for this event please complete the registration form and return to email@example.com as soon as possible.
Fee & Venue Details
The event will take place in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport (previously known as the Great Southern Hotel). The fee for attendance is €250. The fee includes lunch as well as breaks. It is advisable to reserve a place at this event as early as possible.