FALLS CHURCH, Va., Oct. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- 13th Annual FDA Inspections Summit **Presented by FDAnews**
The 13th Annual FDA Inspections Summit starts in one week.
So much has changed since last year's Inspections Summit that it sometimes feels difficult to keep up. The FDA is focused on any number of new topics: more generics, lower prices, opioids, internal restructuring, and much more. But one thing that hasn't changed is that they are still doing inspections and the regulated community is still making mistakes.
The FDA will always do inspections, and Commissioner Scott Gottlieb and the FDA have certainly not provided any hint that they are going to stop doing them any time soon.
Manufacturers can't afford to be caught off guard. Warning letters and 483 citations can cost manufacturers time, energy and money.
Come to Washington, DC, Oct. 23-25, for the 13th Annual FDA Inspections Summit, the must-attend conference of the regulatory year from FDAnews.
o Confirmed FDA Speakers Include: David Glasgow, Deputy Director, Office of Bioresearch Monitoring Operations, OMPTO, ORA, FDA and Ellen Morrison, Associate Commissioner, OMPTO,ORA, FDA
Attend in person or live-stream the summit. The entire conference, including standout pre-conference workshops, is available in real time via livestreaming.
Reminder: The 13th Annual FDA Inspections Summit starts in one week.
Who Will Benefit:
Conference Details 13th Annual FDA Inspections Summit **Presented by FDAnews** Oct. 23-25, 2018 – Bethesda, MD http://www.fdanews.com/fdainspectionssummit
Tuition: In-Person Complete Summit: $1,997 Livestream Complete Summit: $1,497 Additional pricing options are available online.
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