Webinars – New Veterinary Regulation

The HPRA has held a number of webinars to provide information to veterinary stakeholders on Regulation 2019/6, known as the New Veterinary Regulation, which comes into effect on 28 January 2022.

Please visit the links below to find out more about the webinars, to view the video recordings and to download presentation slides and Q&A documents. 

 

Information Day 2021

On 28 October, the HPRA held an information day for marketing authorisation holders and manufacturers of veterinary medicines on implementing the new requirements that will come into effect as part of Regulation 2019/6. 

Materials from the sessions, including video recordings and Q&A documents, are available to view. 

Please click on the link above to access the materials. 

New Veterinary Regulation – Overview 

On 31 March 2021, the HPRA held a webinar to provide information about how the New Veterinary Regulation affects marketing authorisation holders and veterinary manufacturers.

The webinar aimed to:

  • raise awareness of upcoming changes impacting the regulation of veterinary medicinal products;

  • focus on aspects of the new Regulation directly affecting how marketing authorisation holders engage with the regulatory system;

  • outline the next steps in the implementation pathway;

  • inform stakeholders about where to find relevant information.

Please click the link in blue above to visit the relevant webpage. 
 
On 14 May 2021, the HPRA hosted a webinar to provide information on veterinary medicines for aquarium and pond fish, caged birds, homing pigeons, terrarium animals, small rodents, ferret and pet rabbits that qualify for registration under Article 5 (6) of Regulation 2019/6. 

The event provided a high-level awareness session for animal health companies on changes in the regulation of exempted veterinary medicinal products intended for aquarium and pond fish, caged birds, homing pigeons, terrarium animals, small rodents, ferret and pet rabbits.

Please click the link in blue above to visit the relevant webpage.