MCIA Workshop: Tips for successfully engaging with Human Research Ethics Committee

On 28 October 2022 held a workshop on “Tips for successfully engaging with Human Research Ethics Committee”. This workshop was designed to provide a forum for participants from across the medicinal cannabis industry, and particularly medicinal cannabis companies and research organisations, to discuss approaches to successfully engaging with HREC in the area of clinical trials involving unregistered medicinal cannabis therapeutic goods.

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MCIA Virtual Workshop: Tips for successfully engaging with Human Research Ethics Committee

This workshop is designed to provide a forum for participants from across the medicinal cannabis industry, and particularly medicinal cannabis companies and research organisations, to discuss approaches to successfully engaging with HREC in the area of clinical trials involving unregistered medicinal cannabis therapeutic goods.

MCIA is supporting this to assist in enabling and encouraging robust clinical research in the sector.

Date:        28 October 2022
Time:       11:00am – 1.00pm (AEST)
Virtual:    Zoom link will be provided when you register

The workshop will cover:

  • Sponsor obligations and responsibilities
  • Botanical drug product and quality control
  • Preclinical evidence
  • Trial design

Facilitator:

  • Dr Melinda Thompson, Head of Regulatory Affairs & Quality Systems Source Certain and Chair of MCIA Research Working Group

Presenters include:

  • Professor Andrew McLachlan, Head of School & Dean of Pharmacy, University of Sydney
  • Biljana Georgievska, EVP Commercial, Nucleus Network
  • Dr Anastasia Suraev, The Lambert Initiative

Please register below if you would like to attend and you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

ACannabis 2023: Growing The Industry Through Research, Collaboration and Innovation.

ACannabis is back

ACannabis has established itself as a professional, credible industry event on the Australian medicinal cannabis calendar.  Speakers, partners and delegates continue to rate the conference highly for format, content and organisation and we can’t wait to come back face to face in 2023.

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MCIA Networking Event: Understanding Clinical Trials and Insurance Requirements

Please join MCIA and industry colleagues for a fireside chat and networking function. Daniel Rooney (Insurance broker, Marsh) will be in conversation with Will Clarke (Underwriter, NewLine) to discuss Understanding Clinical Trials and Insurance Requirements. Will and Daniel will discuss the in’s and outs of clinical trials, where claims typically occur and how to make sure you have the right protection in place

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ACannabis 2022 – Bridging the gap: evidence, confidence, access

ACannabis is back in 2022. With the theme, ‘Bridging the gap: evidence, confidence, access‘, ACannabis will be held over two jam packed days, Tuesday 15th March to Wednesday 16th March, and is the one location to stay up to date with all facets of the medicinal cannabis industry.
Due to the ever changing landscape, ACannabis 2022 will be a virtual conference and exhibition with a wide range of networking opportunities available. It will be immersive, engaging and deliver an:

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MCIA Industry Networking Event:  Insights into evolving medicinal cannabis export opportunities

Please join us for the inaugural MCIA networking event to socialise, celebrate and contribute ideas for developing future networking events! Each occasion will include a speaker and presentation on a topic of interest to the industry.

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