As a direct and sole result of the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and due to circumstances beyond our control, DIA has decided to change the format of the upcoming Global Labeling Conference from "face-to-face" (in-person) to entirely virtual.
Originally scheduled April 20-21, DIA's Global Labeling Conference WILL be held on those dates in an entirely virtual meeting format, with both speakers and attendees participating remotely via a digital platform.
The Global Labeling Conference will remain an interactive, multi-day event that brings together professionals in medical product labeling and related disciplines, as they work to develop and manage clear and accurate labeling information for the safe and effective use of prescription drugs, biologics, and medical devices. This year, DIA will accomplish that goal via a live, digital platform.
Additional details for speakers, attendees, and exhibitors are forthcoming. For more information, please review the list of Frequently Asked Questions.
Short Course Registrants: You will receive a separate communication shortly about how Short Courses will be handled in this new format.
DIA's mission—to work across the healthcare continuum to ensure patients receive the therapies they need—is more essential than ever during times like these. DIA acknowledges the time and effort that has gone into speaker and attendee planning and preparing for DIA's Global Labeling Conference and trusts that everyone will understand the need to respond to current, evolving health concerns in a responsible manner. These precautions are being taken to ensure the health and safety of our entire, global DIA family.
DIA is committed to exploring all possible avenues to provide a productive setting where stakeholders can engage with the latest technology, hear from key thought leaders and make the connections that drive the health care ecosystem forward. We look forward to providing you with a fulfilling virtual meeting experience and appreciate your patience as we work through technical requirements and any potential challenges.
Thank you for your continued support of DIA and our global mission.
April 20-21: Conference
DIA’s Global Labeling Conference is designed for professionals in medical product labeling and related disciplines as they work to develop and manage clear and accurate labeling information for the safe and effective use of prescription drugs, biologics, and medical devices. The efforts of these professionals are key to providing essential information needed by providers, patients, and payers to make decisions about product access, prescription, and use. Influences such as digital technology, patient centricity, evolving product classes, and changing regulations require the use of informed, systematic approaches throughout the labeling cycle to ensure the development and availability of current, compliant information in all regions where products are marketed.
This conference provides a forum for exchange among regulators and industry peers to update their knowledge of key local and global labeling policies and to examine the impact of changes on regulatory compliance. Most importantly, through interactive discussions with expert panels and peer-to-peer exchange, participants will share approaches, processes, and tools to ensure the availability of effective labeling content meeting the needs of patients, consumers, and prescribers.
Who should attend?
Professionals with intermediate to advanced knowledge of, and experience in, clinical safety and who are involved in:
- Regulatory Affairs/Drug Review and Approval Process
- Clinical Safety/Pharmacovigilance
- Medical Affairs and Communications
- Medical Writing
- Clinical Research and Development
- Product Research and Development Alliances
- Quality Control/Quality Assurance
At the conclusion of this conference, participants should be able to:
- Discuss regional and global developments of labeling regulations/guidances, including digital, drug-device combination, and advanced therapy products, and their impact on company processes
- Describe early labeling strategies and their role in product differentiation/marketing plans
- Identify approaches for including patient perspectives and RWD in the creation of labeling content for regulatory approval and patient communication
- Describe use of end-to-end tracking and compliance metrics to improve labeling processes and communications
- Discuss management of reference label, patient labeling, and “beyond the label” information across global regions, including growth markets
- Summarize recent audit trends and how peers monitor labeling implementation and address challenges
Paula Hudson, RPh, RAC • Advisor, Global Regulatory Affairs
Eli Lilly and Company, United States
Su-Yueh Lin, MS, RPh • Executive Director, Regulatory Labeling and Promotion
Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Inc., United States
Deborah Bebbington • Vice President, Head Labeling
Bayer Plc, United Kingdom
Theresa Brunone, MA, MS • Compliance Director, Global Labeling
GlaxoSmithKline, United States
Barbara Lachmann, MD • Sole Proprietor
Barbara Lachmann Labeling Consulting, Germany
Megann Looker • Senior Director, Head of Global Labeling, Global Regulatory Affairs
Jazz Pharmaceuticals, United Kingdom
Rie Matsui, RPh • Senior Director, Regional Labeling Head for APAC
Pfizer R&D, Japan
Gerrit Nijveldt, MSc • Labeling Consultant
EASi, United States
Hayley Parker, PhD • Head of Global Labeling, Global Regulatory Affairs
Vertex Pharmaceuticals, United States
Steven W. Bass, PhD • President
Bass Biopharm Consulting Group LLC, United States
A. Leander Fontaine, MD • President
Pharmiceutics, LLC., United States
Content Preview Webinar
Audit Trends in Labeling
March 18 | 12:00-1:00PM
Still not convinced?
Check out our "medicine cabinet" infographic for hot topics on tap and featured sessions at the conference.