The regulatory environment is constantly shifting and changing. This dynamism necessitates keeping abreast of current information from a variety of sources. Regulatory Intelligence (RI) is the act of gathering and analyzing regulatory information for impact or changes in laws, regulations, directives, guidance documents, etc. There is more to regulatory intelligence than keeping up with the latest regulations and guidelines. Regulatory precedence, industry practices, regulatory agency opinions, and competitor information are just a few of the valuable sources of information that can help regulatory affairs professionals to develop successful regulatory strategies.
This webinar examines the scope of regulatory intelligence which encompasses: information sources, monitoring the regulatory landscape (periodic versus ongoing), using an RI database and other sources to research the regulatory question, and how to summarize, analyze, integrate, and present RI.
- Define Regulatory Intelligence and its importance to companies
- Identify multiple sources of Regulatory Intelligence
- Monitor the constantly changing regulatory landscape
- Break down a regulatory research question in to researchable units, and conduct the research using a Regulatory Intelligence database
- Summarize and present Regulatory Intelligence findings back to a team
- This course is designed for seasoned regulatory affairs professionals looking to develop their skill set, as well as other research and development
professionals who are interested in learning a new skill.
Meredith Brown-Tuttle, R.A.C.
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1.5 hours; 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Eastern
February 17, 2011