Our website is visited tens of thousands of times a year by professionals in the life sciences sector. Recently we took time out to analyse the stats and we have compiled a list of the Acorn Regulatory Top 100 most read articles ever on our website. You can see the full list and read all of the articles here.
In this blog in a series of blogs, we are looking at just a fraction of the articles and highlighting them. There may be some that you have missed and some that you might have already read. Nevertheless, we hope that you find them useful.
We are presenting them in no particular order and you can click the headline to read each of the posts.
While the UK government may not have carried out sectoral analysis of the impact of Brexit, it has developed a comprehensive industrial strategy that seeks to become the road map for the UK’s place in a global economy post Brexit. In this blog, Brian Cleary looks at the strategy and also the role that regulatory affairs plays in the UK’s post March 2019 life science plans.
In accordance with GVP Module I, the MAH is responsible for performing risk-based audits of the quality system at regular intervals including audit of the PV system. The methods and conduct of these audits are outlined in GVP Module IV.
The new Eudravigilance system, aimed at improving adverse event reporting and safety monitoring, was launched today (November 22nd 2017). The new system will allow for better collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO) by providing access to the WHO’s Uppsala Monitoring Centre (WHO-UMC).
One year on from the UK’s decision to leave the European Union the negotiations have begun. The life sciences sector is, perhaps, one of the sectors that will be most impacted by the result of the referendum and many companies are setting plans in place to deal with a new regulatory landscape. What are the implications on existing marketing authorisations?
Acorn Regulatory’s Chief Marketing Officer Brian Cleary has been shortlisted for a 2017 TOPRA Award in the Communication category.
Acorn Regulatory has won the Best SME category at the 2017 County Tipperary Chamber Business Awards. The awards ceremony was held at the Clonmel Park Hotel on Friday, October 13th.
We will look back at further articles in the Top 100 as 2018 goes on. Don’t forget that you can look at the entire list here. If you would like to stay up to date with all of the latest regulatory affairs news from Acorn Regulatory then you can subscribe to our newsletter below.