Acorn Regulatory to Present TOPRA Webinar on Northern Ireland Protocol
Janet Fitzgerald, Regulatory Project Manager at Acorn Regulatory, will present on the consultancy approach to the Northern Ireland Protocol in a TOPRA webinar on March 4th at 1.00 pm.
The presentation will focus on experiences dealing with the impact of the NI protocol on UK National MAs, and how EU and MHRA guidance has impacted products in NI and GB in practice.
This will be followed by a question and answer session.
UPDATE: The event is now fully booked and a lengthy waiting list is in place. However, you can request a PDF of the slides from the event. The slide deck will be sent after the event on March 4th, 2021.
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