TGA 'Meeting Your Obligations' Workshop in Adelaide to Assist SMEs
30th Jan 19
The Therapeutic Goods Administration’s (TGA) SME Assist is holding a ‘Meeting Your Obligations’ workshop in Adelaide on Thursday, 14 February 2019.
Key issues for the dental industry —
SME Assist, together with Flinders University and the Medical Device Partnering Program, presents the free workshop aimed at beginners who are unfamiliar with therapeutic goods regulation. This may include:
||■ Small to medium enterprises (SMEs);
■ Start-ups; and/or
If you are making therapeutic claims about a product or have a product that is likely to be considered a therapeutic good, this workshop will help you understand your responsibilities at different stages of the regulation process.
The workshop will cover:
■ Basics – An overview of therapeutic goods regulation, including the TGA’s role, market authorisation, and helpful links for applications;
■ Case studies – Covering common concepts such as advertising and adverse events;
■ Q&A with TGA specialists; and
■ Product focus (subject to demand) – Sessions that focus on different specialty areas. Options are provided when registering for the workshop.
||Thursday, 14 February 2019, 9:00am – 2:30pm
Flinders University at Tonsley, Theatre 2
1284 South Road, Tonsley SA 5042
To register your interest for this event please click on the following link:
Member Engagement —
The ADIA Policy Team receives advice and guidance in relation to therapeutic goods regulation from members serving on the ADIA-TCPC Trade & Commercial Policy Committee.
Further information —
To keep up to date with all matters associated with dental product regulation follow ADIA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dental.industry or the Twitter feed @AusDental. For further information on ADIA's engagement with the TGA send an email to email@example.com or telephone 1300 943 093.
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