If you understand the FDA's requirements, you can satisfy any regulator worldwide. This two-day interactive workshop will bring you fully up to speed.
Paper submissions are losing traction and that's no secret. Every day regulatory authorities across the globe are turning to electronic submissions as their new preferred format ... and the FDA is leading the way.
With RPS (Regulated Product Submission) poised to build on the eCTD standard, if you don't yet have your electronic submission process perfected, there's no time to lose. Many drug, biologic and device companies can already measure the difference in dollars — through increased first time acceptance rates, shorter FDA review times, and yes, speed to market.
Your colleagues and competitors have already found the key.
You can, too, in the hands-on workshop that gives you the eCTD tools and tactics to satisfy any regulator worldwide, plus prepare for RPS.
Don’t delay. Register now and mark your calendar for Preparing for the New Global Requirements for eCTD and Regulated Product Submissions on May 24-25, 2010 in Boston, MA.
Attend Preparing for the New Global Requirements for eCTD and Regulated Product Submissions and you will:
This workshop’s expert instructor, Antoinette Azevedo, founded e-SubmissionsSolutions.com to advise all sizes of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies on the use of technology to manage regulatory documents and publish electronic submissions.
She was director of West Coast Operations for Liquent from 1997 to 2000. She was principal consultant in the CSC Consulting life sciences practice as technical lead for regulatory submission publishing from 1994 to 1997, working with pharmaceutical clients both large and small in North America and Western Europe.
You Get Complete Presentation Slides & CD of Invaluable Documents
Plus, you'll walk away from this interactive workshop with presentation slides and a valuable CD you can put to use immediately that includes:
Date and Location
May 24-25, 2011
Radisson Hotel Boston
200 Stuart St.
Boston, MA 02116
Toll Free: (800) 395-7046
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Room rate: $190.00 plus 14.45 percent tax
Reservation cut-off date: May 3, 2011
Register Early — Space is Limited
Hurry — register early because space is limited! Your tuition of $1,797 per attendee includes the two-day workshop, all conference materials, continental breakfast and lunch each day.Payment is required by the date of the conference. We accept American Express, Visa and MasterCard. Make checks payable to FDAnews.
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"Antoinette is extremely knowledgeable regarding needs across the industry."
Report Coordination Supervisor, SNBL USA
"Antoinette's expertise in the fields of document management and electronic publishing is unquestionable. She understands all of the potential hurdles — not just current FDA/ICH standards, but also hardware issues, software issues, IT support, need for document control and even the struggles with internal resistance to standardization and change. This is truly her niche, and she is able to customize the approach and the solutions to fit a wide variety of companies, projects and needs within the pharma/biotech industries."
Kathleen Gibbon, RAC
Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs
"Antoinette knows the topic well, was very helpful and open to questions and suggestions. She led the discussion well and provided a wealth of information. The workshop materials were very comprehensive with good handouts, takeaways and valuable tools."
Director, Regulatory Submissions
“With over twenty years in the industry, Antoinette brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in the electronic submissions and document management areas. In the past 10 years, I have drawn on Antoinette's expertise for large and small electronic submission and document management projects. Each time, she has delivered above my expectations. She is respected in the pharmaceutical industry as a subject matter expert for electronic submissions to health authorities. It is her experience, knowledge and work ethic that has earned her that respect."
Director, Operations and Regulatory Information Management, Regulatory Affairs
"Ms. Azevedo is a longstanding, industry-recognized subject matter expert in regulatory submissions to the FDA and international regulatory agencies. Ms. Azevedo is unique in the regulatory submissions industry in that she provides her clients with strategies for regulatory submissions. This clearly differentiates her from many other providers. Bottom line, I take my business to eSubmissions Solutions for regulatory submissions solutions. And when it comes to paperless, eCTD filings, Ms. Azevedo is the “go to” authority. Just ask what clients retain her business. If top global biotech and pharmaceutical firms can rely on Antoinette, we all can. I do."
Steven Gerken, Ph.D., MBA
"Antoinette is a great resource for eCTD and has been very valuable to our organization. Her feedback is very helpful and her technical knowledge is outstanding!"
Manager, Regulatory Document Operations
Takeda Global Research & Development Center
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