The objective of clinical studies is to gather the necessary data to ensure the clinical benefits to the animal and to provide the necessary information to comply with the regulations. Our animal health training courses will focus on the clinical requirements for research studies in veterinary medicines, including practical field studies.
A Regulatory Update on Animal Feed and Feed Additives in the EU (European Union), USA and China Training Course
3-4 Dec 2020 - Online webinar
Also on: 2 Dec 2021
Annual two-day regulatory update on animal feed and feed additives in the EU, USA and China – now in its tenth successful year.
Managing Vendor/CRO (Contract Research Organisation)/CMO (Contract Manufacturing Organisation) Oversight Training Course
Practical Implementation of GCP (Good Clinical Practice) in Veterinary Field Studies Training Course
27-28 Oct 2020 - Online webinar
Also on: 29 Oct 2020
This seminar will take many aspects of animal health and veterinary research and development through a typical clinical trial, and pay attention to compliance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) as outlined in the two guidelines on safety and efficacy produced by FEDESA and the CVMP.
Registration of Animal Feed Additives in the EU (European Union) Training Course
14-15 Jun 2021 - London
Also on: 16 Jun 2021
This course will take participants through all of the necessary steps to obtain marketing authorisation for a feed additive in the European Union.
The New EU (European Union) Animal Health Legislation for Veterinary Medicinal Products Training Course
9-10 Nov 2020 - London
Also on: 11 Nov 2020
The programme will offer a comprehensive introduction to the new EU Regulation (2019/6) and will address the changes and implications to the industry including marketing authorisations, submissions and dossiers.
*INCLUDES: Interactive discussion sessions*
Working Through Veterinary Drug Development in the EU (European Union) and USA Training Course
7-10 Jun 2021 - London
This practical four-day course provides a comprehensive understanding of veterinary medicine development in the EU and USA.