Package Information Leaflets: An Overview
Acorn Regulatory’s consultants are package information leaflet experts. We have a team dedicated to the creation and testing of package information leaflets. Members of our team have written extensively on this website and in other industry publications about the issues associated with package information leaflets and much more. Below we have highlighted just five articles that our team members have written on the subject in recent times.
In this article we look at the possible changes that could be made to package leaflets to improve their comprehension and readability. Read more here.
In our second piece in a series about package leaflets, we look at consultations with target patient groups and, in particular, bridging reports.
What role do target patient groups have in the creation of a package leaflet? We look at the issue and the directives concerning package leaflets in our blog. Read more here.
Braille is an internationally recognised reading and writing system used by blind and partially sighted people. The braille alphabet consists of various arrangements of raised dots that make up each character. In accordance with European legislation, braille is required to be expressed on pharmaceutical packaging. Read more here.
Every day we are presented with many different types of labels; from the laundry instructions included on clothing labels to nutritional information on food and drink packaging, labels are all around us. So what do these different types of label have in common? They all aim to provide us with information about the associated product. Read more here.
If you would like to speak with a member of our package information leaflet team then you can do so by calling 00353 52 61 76 706 or by completing the form below.