We’ve published our final tailored guidance pathway, to assist with applications to vary the dose, frequency or route of administration for a veterinary medicine product.
Designed to provide industry with current and clear guidance for the most common application types, the release of the final pathway marks the end of our ‘Top 20’ project to develop and improve guidance material for stakeholders.
Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) Chief Executive Officer, Ms Lisa Croft, said the completion of the Top 20 project demonstrates the APVMA’s commitment to supporting growth in Australia’s agricultural and veterinary (agvet) chemical sector.
“We engaged with industry to identify the top 20 application types for which they required improved guidance, and held a series of workshops to ensure areas for improvement and industry priorities were understood and captured,” said Ms Croft.
“Our suite of tailored guidance pathways has been designed to make the registration process easier and more efficient for industry applicants, to support timely access to safe and effective agvet chemical products for the Australian community.”
The full list of tailored guidance pathways is available on the APVMA website.