OTC Medicines Pack Design Workshop
Join us for an online workshop where we will explain the requirements for OTC medicines pack design, featuring special guests from the MHRA.
PAGB’s Packaging Code has been updated to reflect the latest MHRA guidance and regulatory changes resulting from EU Exit. Don’t miss the opportunity to find out what’s changed and what you need to know about pack design and labelling for OTC medicines. Hear directly from special guest Dr Julia Coombes from MHRA’s Product Information Quality Unit, who’ll share advice and examples to help you understand how to make a successful packaging design update.
This workshop will cover:
- Understanding the requirements for OTC medicines labelling
- The principles of PAGB’s newly updated packaging code
- How the P3 expedited pack review service works
- Advice direct from the team at the MHRA, who will provide practical examples to help you understand how to make a successful submission
PLUS an exclusive Q&A session with members of MHRA’s Product Information Quality Unit.
Who should attend?
If you work in a regulatory or brand management role for OTC medicines, or if you’re a supplier working with clients in the consumer healthcare industry, this course will help you get things right first time when submitting your packaging for authorisation.
This is a short course (around 3.5 hours). The workshop is delivered by members of the PAGB regulatory team and special guests from MHRA’s Product Information Quality team. We encourage interaction and questions. You will receive a certificate of attendance after the event.
The workshop will be running for no further sessions in 2021. Dates for 2022 workshop sessions will be available to book soon.
How much does it cost?
PAGB members and associate members: £230 + VAT @ 20%
Non-members: £645 + VAT @ 20%
For further information about PAGB’s workshops, please contact email@example.com or call 020 7242 8331.
Where is it?
This session will be held online via Microsoft Teams. Joining instructions will be sent on registration.