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Regulatory Intelligence 10 from the award-winning experts at Acorn Regulatory looks at issues from the pharmacovigilance, medical devices, clinical and pharmaceutical sectors.  You can download your copy of the latest guide in the Regulatory Intelligence series by completing the form below.

Further Reading from Acorn Regulatory

Veterinary Clinical Trials: New EU Law & Global Approaches

Clinical studies are intended to advance animal health care by identifying the most effective therapies and practices for a given condition, or by advancing our basic understanding of the disease. Much like a clinical study in the human population, a veterinary clinical study involves research that gains information from animal patients.

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Pharmacovigilance & Social Media in 2020

We have been tracking the role of social media in pharmacovigilance in social media since 2015.  We first wrote about it here.  5 years on, we are glad to say that the field has moved on substantially in terms of research into the practical applications of social media in Pharmacovigilance. Regulatory guidance for the industry, however, has yet to be updated.

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Download Our Clinical Trials E-Book

Acorn Regulatory is a leading regulatory, pharmacovigilance, and clinical consultancy company headquartered in Ireland.  Our Clinical & Medical team works with the largest and the leading companies in life sciences to assist them in bringing their products to market.  The team, led by Dr. Danica Cvetkovic, has written extensively on the issue.  In the latest e-book from Acorn Regulatory, we look at the best and most popular articles from our Clinical & Medical team.

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A Practical Approach to Risk Management Plans

Writing a risk management plan (RMP) for the first time can be a daunting task. The RMP is a legally binding regulatory document submitted to health authorities and is a mandatory commitment for all Marketing Authorisation Holders in the European Union. The goal of the RMP is to improve the benefit-risk balance of a medicinal product by combining risk assessment and risk minimisation. The RMP is a complex document, but with the revised RMP module (March 2017), comes the revised EU template for RMPs (rev 2 format) and the RMP is now structured in a clear manner with less repetition and with attention to detail.

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