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Axis 3 / Subject 2 - Difficulties And Limits Affecting National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Authorities - Experiences in policy harmonisation, procedures and regulations at the sub-regional level

Presentations:
 

Harmonisation of pharmaceutical regulation and limits of enforcement

Speaker

Alain PRAT, inspector pharmacist, technical civil servant at the WHO (Geneva), Quality and Safety for Medicines Unit, Department for Essential Medicines and Pharmaceutical Policies (EMP), WHO Geneva.

General scheme of the Presentation
  • Presentation of the work initiated by the WHO on harmonising procedures for pharmaceutical regulation.
  • Perspectives and limits to enforcement.
Essential questions on which the presentation is based
  • What are the perspectives for harmonising pharmaceutical policies, procedures, and regulation?
  • What are the perspectives for pooling the resources of the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Authorities in low and middle income countries?
 
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Initiatives in harmonising pharmaceutical regulations / policies at the sub-regional level

Speaker

Émilienne Pola YISSIBI, public health pharmacist, HPPN/OCEAC Consultant.

General scheme of the Presentation

Presentation of advances in harmonisation initiatives in African sub regional economic unions and more particularly in OCEAC.

Essential questions on which the presentation is based
  • What are the perspectives for harmonising pharmaceutical policies, procedures, and regulation?
  • What are the perspectives for pooling the resources of National Regulatory Authorities in low and middle income countries?