Attendees for the Coffee Corner will receive a Starbucks gift card ($5) courtesy of the host. Eligible recipients must be a registered attendee for DIA's Canadian Annual Meeting to qualify.
Global Health authorities continue to develop new requirements for submissions throughout the product development lifecycle. Standards, pilots and initiatives are currently underway in all major markets and include, amongst others, SPL, XML PM, IDMP, PQ CMC, and ePI, many of which are leveraging XML technology to achieve their information exchange and interoperability goals. Health Canada is currently transitioning to the mandatory requirement for encoded product information in the new XML PM format to support the health and safety of Canadian families through improved product information.
- Overview of global initiatives
- Benefits of structured product information
- Health Canada’s initiative – XML PM
|Gilles Durot, Senior Director, Global Life Sciences Solutions, i4i Inc.|
|Jacqueline Bruner, Senior Director, Encoding Technology, i4i Inc.|