Now, more than ever, your participation in the regulatory community is vital. The COVID-19 pandemic shows that we need to stay connected and work to understand the daily impact on our industry. To support the community during this crisis, RAPS is offering this webcast for free to members.
With the passage of the CARES Act on 27 March 2020, the system regulating the majority of drugs on the U.S. market underwent significant reform.
- A brief history of the OTC Monograph system, including what it accomplished and the need for change.
- The critical elements of the new law and how current and future OTC products may be affected.
- A summary of recommended action items for regulatory professionals supporting OTC Monograph products and an overview of the OTC Reform Act that was passed along with the recently launched COVID economic recovery package.
- A Q&A session.
This event is brought to you by the RAPS New York/New Jersey Chapter to encourage knowledge sharing and community development. RAC holders may claim 1.0 RAC recertification credit.
This webcast is available to RAPS members for free. RAPS membership provides vital information for regulatory professionals, as well as a place for networking and invaluable connections. Now is a great time to explore the many benefits to RAPS membership, including the Member Knowledge Center and our award-winning, private online community, Regulatory Exchange.
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How Do Webcasts Work?
For the best webcast experience, please use the Google Chrome browser. RAPS webcasts are also mobile- and tablet-accessible for your convenience. Registrants will receive instructions on how to log in 48 hours before the start of the webcast. A live Q&A portion with the speaker will follow the presentation.
Note: Registration will close 48 hours prior to the webcast. The registration limit for this program is 500 attendees.
Marcia D. Howard, Ph.D., CAE, vice president, regulatory & scientific affairs, Consumer Healthcare Products Association
David C. Spangler, senior vice president, legal, government affairs & policy, Consumer Healthcare Products Association
Local contact: Robert Falcone, RAPS New York/New Jersey Chapter
RAPS contact: Danielle Fezell, manager, chapter & volunteer relations, RAPS
RAPS reserves the right to cancel this program at its sole discretion. RAPS will not be responsible for travel or other costs incurred due to cancellation.
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