AHWP meeting in India secures top-flight interest
This article was originally published in Clinica
India's minister of health, Dr Anbumani Ramadoss, and the drugs controller general of India, Dr Surinder Singh, will attend the 13th Asian Harmonization Working Party (AHWP) meeting and pre-meeting workshop, which takes place in New Delhi, India next week. The event is being hosted by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
You may also be interested in...
Three upcoming medical device regulations were discussed at BSI’s Hong Kong Forum in April that will be important to the success of Hong Kong’s voluntary regulatory system, the Medical Device Administrative Control System.
Saudi Arabia has adopted an interim marketing authorisation regulation under which, possibly as early as 2010, only medical devices that have been approved by the Saudi Arabia Food and Drug Administration will be allowed on the market1. Additionally, only medical devices that comply with the regulations in force in the European Union, the US, Canada, Japan or Australia – ie in the jurisdiction of a Global Harmonization Task Force founding member - will be eligible for marketing in the country2,3.
The government of Canada has launched a marketing campaign to encourage consumers and healthcare professionals to use the country’s MedEffect initiative for reporting suspected adverse events related to healthcare products1.