SHANGHAI, March 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- To ensure that the rapidly increasing Chinese pharmaceutical imports to the U.S. and Europe are safe, effective, and comply with their local science-based standards, the FDA and EDQM have adopted new regulatory approaches by strengthening their inspections and analytical capabilities, increasing their presence in China, and broadening the range of their inspections. It's extremely crucial for Chinese pharmaceutical companies to truly understand where the inspectors' focus are and get insights from other site inspection cases.
CPhI China and the world medical forum, co-organized by CCCMHPIE and UBM Conferences, will be held on June 25th–26th in Shanghai, China. As the supporting activity of CPhI China, the objective of the one-and-a-half day forum is to provide a communication and display platform for professionals in the medical industry, collect the newest market information and provide various networking opportunities to discuss and showcase evolving pharmaceutical regulations, markets and technology under the support of a globally vibrant speaker team lineup from governments and leading pharmaceutical companies.
The forum is divided into three modules; Module A: International Regulatory Environment and Its Effect on Drug Exporting; Module B: Risk Management and On-Site Inspection; C: WHO Prequalification and International Procurement.
Part of the past presentations can be downloaded for free from the event website http://www.cphichina-conference.com/Download.aspx?id=6. You can also contact the organizer for more event details at +86-21-6157-3930.
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