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Industry Information and Education Session in Canberra 15 and 16 October 2015
The APVMA held a two day Industry Information and Education Session on 15 and 16 October 2015 in Canberra.
Day one: Thursday 15 October—New approaches to risk assessment
Day one was a special science feature session with the theme of ‘New approaches to risk assessment’.
The aim of the day was to provide an opportunity for discussion on new and emerging methodologies in risk assessment practices in the context of addressing the statutory criteria which form part of the veterinary medicines and pesticides registration process.
The day featured national and international expert speakers and APVMA staff covering topics such as toxicology, dietary exposure methods, WHS and environment with lots of opportunity for questions and discussion.
Copies of the presentations are available from the APVMA YouTube channel and transcripts are available below:
- Transcript for Distinguished Professor Jim Riviere: Impact of computational methods on animal health drugs approvals and risk assessment
- Transcript for Dr Phil Reeves: Regulatory implications of new methods
- Transcript for Ms Janis Baines, FSANZ: Australian food consumption data and use in dietary exposure assessments
- Transcript for Dr Raj Bhula, APVMA: International developments in dietary exposure assessment—pesticides and revision of the IESTI formula
- Transcript for Dr Jason Lutze, APVMA: Veterinary drug residues and changes in dietary risk assessments
- Transcript for Distinguished Professor Nancy Monteiro-Riviere: Safety implications of nanoparticles and skin
- Transcript for Professor Michael Roberts: Dermal absorption
- Transcript for Andrew Negri, Australian Institute of Marine Science: Australian models for aquatic risk assessment—seagrass study and development of alternative test methods
- Transcript for Chris Lee-Steere: The run-off risk assessment framework.
Read more about the program and speakers.
Day two: Friday 15 October—Information and education session
Day two was a half-day and contained updates on the registration process, compliance strategy, chemical review program and online services and tools. Also discussed was the APVMA’s Risk Profiling Tool project and establishing product equivalence and CCI.
Read more about the program.
For the latest on future sessions please visit our events page.