The November Newsletter from Acorn Regulatory
Welcome to our final newsletter of 2018. We have an end of year treat for readers of the newsletter: our end of year e-book that is packed with insightful articles on regulatory issues. We also look at the issue of historic dossiers, look back at some of the most read Brexit articles of the last twelve months and more.
We would like to wish everyone an enjoyable festive season and a prosperous 2019 from the team at Acorn Regulatory.
‘Selected Writing: 2018’ highlights just some of the best received and most read articles from our website in the past year. It looks at an array of issues from the regulatory, pharmacovigilance, clinical, quality and other sectors. Get your free copy here.
Getting historic dossiers registered in new markets can have its difficulties, especially when the dossier may have been developed prior to a lot of current guidances and requirements. One such difficulty is the concept of Pharmaceutical Development and Quality by Design (QbD).
Read more here.
Historically, Reference Member States (RMS) have rarely been changed, as there has been no need to do so. Brexit has changed all of that and now many companies are having to change their RMS because of the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
Read more here.
Right now we have a Regulatory Affairs Consultant vacancy in our pharmaceutical team and we are interested in speaking to candidates with an interest in developing their career with one of Europe’s leading regulatory affairs consultancy firms.Find out more about us and the vacancy here.
Brexit negotiations and machinations have dominated the news headlines for the past 12 months. The strong negotiating stance of the EU has been contrasted by the difficulties that beset the UK government as they sought to find a form of Brexit that was agreeable to all sides within the Conservative Party (and still continue to do so). Again this year, Acorn Regulatory has produced a large number of well received whitepapers, articles and blogs on the issue of Brexit.
Read our five most read Brexit articles here.
Keep an eye on our website for other ‘Most Read’ categories in the coming weeks.
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