The regulatory function is vital in making safe and effective healthcare products available worldwide. Individuals who ensure regulatory compliance and prepare submissions, as well as those whose main job function is clinical affairs or quality assurance are all considered regulatory professionals.
One of our most valuable contributions to the profession is the Regulatory Code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics provides regulatory professionals with core values that hold them to the highest standards of professional conduct.
Like all professions, regulatory is based on a shared set of competencies. The Regulatory Competency Framework describes the essential elements of what is required of regulatory professionals at four major career and professional levels.
Join the brightest minds in regulatory at the annual Regulatory Convergence. See the global regulatory community in action. Intensive workshops. Topical sessions. Meet ups with regulators. This is where it all comes together.
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Career Learning Center
Peter Weddle is the author or editor of over two dozen books about careers and employment. In this 20-minute mini-seminar, he explores the important role of networking in successful career self-management and how best to use it into a job search and during the business day. This session introduces the very latest best practices in networking and presents powerful two-steps process for implementing them. You'll learn how to avoid the bad behaviors that undermine effective networking and why, how and where you should use networking to establish enduring professional relationships with your peers. If you want to upgrade your networking ability but are short of time, this is the session for you. There are no frills and no extraneous commentary - just practical tips that will improve the contacts you make and the connections you keep in the workplace. It's a one-of-a-kind guide to networking that works.