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April 23: Short Courses
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April 24-25: Conference


DIA's Global Labeling Conference is the premier forum for regulators and industry to update their knowledge of local and global labeling-related policies and to examine the impact of changes on regulatory compliance. Through expert panels and interactive discussions, attendees will share approaches, processes, and tools to ensure effective labeling that meets regulatory expectations.

Labeling is a critical tool for the safe and effective use of prescription drugs, biologics, and medical devices. Its purpose is to convey the essential information needed by providers, patients, and payers to make decisions about product access, prescription, and use. Today’s environment of increasingly complex labeling regulations and guidances is especially challenging for products marketed in multiple regions, which demand worldwide consistency of prescribing and patient information. Join us to stay abreast of current and future changes!

Check out our Preliminary Schedule At-A-Glance to see what's in store!


Featured Topics

  • Global Labeling Issues and Updates
  • Labeling Role
  • Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment
  • Packaging Issues
  • Combination Products
  • Biosimilars
  • Patient Leaflet
  • Plain Language Labeling
  • Patient Medication Information (PMI)
  • International Strategic Plan

Who should attend?

Professionals from biopharmaceutical and device companies, regulatory authorities, CROs, and consulting agencies involved in:

  • Labeling
  • Clinical Safety/pharmacovigilance
  • Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Regulatory affairs/drug review and approval process
  • Medical affairs and communications
  • Medical writing
  • Clinical research and development
  • Product research and development alliances
  • Quality control/quality asssurance

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss new labeling-related developments and regulations (e.g., Canada, EU, Japan, Asia, Latin America, Middle East, Africa, and US)
  • Describe the impact of proposed changes to regional and global labeling requirements and implications for labeling practice and processes
  • Analyze the impact of current and proposed global and region-specific labeling policies for combination products, biosimilars, and generic drugs on labeling development and product lifecycle practices
  • Assess the advantages and limitations of various labeling processes and document management systems commonly used in companies
  • Describe global labeling compliance expectations and best practices

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