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Conference Day 2

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM REGISTRATION AND NETWORKING COFFEE

9:00 AM - 9:10 AM Chairman's Recap of Day 1

9:10 AM - 9:50 AM GS1 Standards – A Toolkit for Fighting Against Pharmaceutical Counterfeiting

Géraldine Lissalde-Bonnet, Director Public Policy, GS1 Global Office
  • Protect your brand and avoid costly recalls by examining how you can use GS1’s standards to reduce counterfeiting in your supply chain
  • Examine authentication and traceability within Europe and abroad
  • Develop action points to implement across multiple, international sites
  • Streamline your supply chain with the application of GS1 standards with practical examples

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Géraldine Lissalde-Bonnet

Director Public Policy
GS1 Global Office

9:50 AM - 10:30 AM Avoiding Labelling Misprints: The Truth Behind the Labelling Review Process

Marc Chaillou, Account Manager, Schlafender Hase
  • Explore the day-to-day struggles of a real-life Labelling Manager
  • Learn best practices to improve your labelling review process
  • Increase efficiency by reducing the number of correction cycles
  • Improve packaging quality and eliminate your risk of errors

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Marc Chaillou

Account Manager
Schlafender Hase

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

11:00 AM - 11:35 AM Interactive Troube Shooting Session!

Develop strategies to overcome the most significant challenges affecting your processes.
Select the group that best suites you, and get problem solving!

Are you struggling with:
  • Tamper-evident solutions that comply with regulations and are cost efficient?
  • Designing packaging that is easy for seniors to open but also child-safe?
  • Encouraging patient compliance with smart packaging?

Discuss these issues and more!

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Germano Alberti

Sales & Marketing Manager
Igb

11:00 AM - 11:35 AM LABELLING

Is your labelling strategy trying to:
  • Cater to a global and multi-lingual market?
  • Adapt to new serialisation regulations?
  • Make cost-based decisions on outsourcing?

Discuss these issues and more!

11:00 AM - 11:35 AM ARTWORK

Discuss challenges such as:
  • Utilising graphic design to achieve higher patient compliance
  • Include new serialisation barcodes into artwork
  • Integrating artwork and master data workflows

Discuss these issues and more!

11:40 AM - 12:10 PM Enterprise Serialisation: Best practice for global commercial supply in an evolving market

Ian Parsonage , Director of Global Serialisation Services , PCI Pharma Services
  • Drug counterfeiting is on the rise and regulatory Serialisation deadlines are approaching fast. The pharmaceutical supply chain will soon be at a critical point to ensure patient safety. From drug manufacturers to distributors, all supply chain partners will need to make crucial decisions to upgrade their production lines in compliance with traceability deadlines. As the complexity and requirements for Serialized production continues to develop around the globe, pharmaceutical and biotech companies are left in challenging positions of deciding whether to manage by exception or to move more globally with a comprehensive Serialization solution. This presentation will serve to advise the audience on the new solutions, as well as updating them on best practice around Serialization. It’s a great opportunity for us here at PCI to share our key learnings on the subject and help pharmaceutical companies identify their best practice when it comes to Serialization.

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Ian Parsonage

Director of Global Serialisation Services
PCI Pharma Services

12:10 PM - 1:10 PM NETWORKING LUNCH

1:10 PM - 1:45 PM CASE STUDY: Lundbeck’s Integrated Artwork and Master Data Workflow

Tina Schuleit, Senior Manager Artwork & Master Data, Lundbeck
  • Hear about how Lundbeck have integrated their artwork and master data workflows
  • Develop strategies to implement into your own processes
  • Ask an expert questions about integrated workflow systems where master data is handled

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Tina Schuleit

Senior Manager Artwork & Master Data
Lundbeck

1:45 PM - 2:20 PM The Implications of the New EU Medical Device Regulations on Combination Product Packaging

Andrew Love, Vice President, Be4ward Ltd
  • Examine the scope and objectives of the new regulations
  • Identify key changes that will be introduced and determine how they will impact your manufacturing processes – and be prepared!
  • Analyse the implications on your product packaging and identify areas of concern

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Andrew Love

Vice President
Be4ward Ltd

2:20 PM - 3:10 PM Global Labeling Practices to Strategically Manage Global Labeling in More Cost and Time Effective Ways

  • Providing an overview of global labeling requirements in Europe, Asia and Latin America to identify any development in regulations to prepare for new submission
  • Taking an in-depth look into labeling functions to provide accurate information to patients to emphasise the significance of proofreading labeling for good quality
  • Learning innovations/software to copy edit the contents in multiple forms such as identifying errors in templates and wording to minimise technical mistakes and achieve high quality
  • Sharing strategies to create a country-specific labeling such as working with local intelligences in the region to write the contents in local settings and dialects

3:10 PM - 3:40 PM NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

3:50 PM - 4:30 PM Protecting Patients with Latest Innovations

Ruxandra Rogosca , Global Pharmacovigilance Manager , Omega Pharma
  • Learn about digital prescribing of information that can ensure patients receive the most up-to-date drug safety information available at the time that their medication is prescribed and dispensed
  • Utilise colour coding labels to produce graphics that accurately and safely distinguish drug dosages and formulations
  • Implement paperless labelling to ensure dispensing sites access up-to-date prescribing information to improve patient safety

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Ruxandra Rogosca

Global Pharmacovigilance Manager
Omega Pharma

4:30 PM - 5:10 PM Ensuring Child Safety – and Improving Anti-Counterfeiting Packaging

Stephen Wilkins, Chairman, Child-Safe Packaging Group
  • Examine the latest standards for child resistant packaging and they can assist your processes
  • Discover how smart child resistant and elderly openable packs can lead to additional benefits, such as anti- counterfeiting and patient compliance

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Stephen Wilkins

Chairman
Child-Safe Packaging Group

5:10 PM - 5:15 PM Chairman's Closing Remarks and End of Conference