Here you will find all information relevant to OTC medicines, from codes and guidance, to training workshops.
This workshop gives you an overview of the self-regulatory system for OTC medicines advertising and how this applies to your campaigns.
Here you will find all information relevant to medical devices, from codes and guidance, to training workshops.
This workshop gives you an overview of the rules around advertising medical devices and provides practical advice on keeping your campaigns compliant.
Here you will find all information relevant to food supplements, from codes and guidance, to training workshops.
Find out what regulations apply to food supplements products and what this means for your brands.
Access the latest PAGB news, regulatory updates and news and views from the Health and Food Supplements Information Service.
Read our latest media statements released in response to media issues affecting the consumer healthcare industry (members only).
Find out about PAGB’s policy positions, including the latest updates, resources and PAGB activity.
This report showcases the current and potential impact of OTC usage in the UK.
We are the only trade association representing the interests of manufacturers of branded OTC medicines, self-care medical devices and food supplements in the UK.
Find out more about PAGB, our strategy and our Board.
Home / Policy / Environment and Sustainability / NHS England Carbon Reduction Plan supplier webinars
NHS England are running supplier Carbon Reduction Plan (CRP) webinars that give more detailed information regarding the upcoming NHS Net Zero Supplier Roadmap milestone:
NHS England have added extra webinar dates for over the summer, the webinars will cover:
(Please add the date and joining link to your diary as NHS England will not be sending out separate meeting invites)
For more info contact email@example.com.
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