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Supplement Regulation 101: Need-to-Know Basics for Non-regulatory Staff – webinar

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Now available on-demand.
Webinar Information
Start Date: Mar 24, 2020 - 02:00 PM UTC
End Date: Mar 24, 2020 - 04:00 PM UTC

COST: $299* CRN Members receive a $100 discount by using code: CRN100. Non-members using this code will be charged the additional amount. (*Payments take up to 15 minutes to register in the system/add [email protected] to safe sender list-check spam folder). Check registration status by returning to webinar page, ensure you are logged in. A block indicating you are registered will be present.

It’s back! Our popular primer on dietary supplement regulation brings together top experts to break it down for those who do not have a regulatory background.

Every job within a dietary supplement company is impacted by the regulatory framework in some way. Research and development, quality control, marketing employees—all the way up to business-focused CEOs—must attain a basic understanding of regulations to do their work efficiently and effectively. Rapid industry growth has driven an increase in mergers/acquisitions and start-ups, with new executives and managers—many from outside the industry—for whom there is a bit of a learning curve when it comes to dietary supplement regulations. CRN and Natural Products Insider present this basic-level webinar to provide a broad “need-to-know” understanding of dietary supplement regulation in an easy-to-follow format ideal for non-regulatory employees.

The Supplement Regulation 101 webinar will help participants better understand the four main pillars of supplement regulation:

  • How the regulatory framework is designed to ensure ingredients are safe and appropriate for use as supplements
  • How manufacturing regulations help ensure finished products contain what’s on the label in the right amounts
  • How regulations on claims ensure that statements about a product are truthful and not misleading and are substantiated by science and appropriate for supplements
  • How post-market surveillance can track safety issues once products are in the marketplace

A Q&A period will follow speaker presentations.

Moderator:
Andrea Wong, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs, CRN
 
Speakers:
Dr. Kristy Appelhans, MS, NMD
Vice President - Global Consumer Safety, Herbalife Nutrition
Claudia A. Lewis
Partner, Venable LLP
Ricardo Carvajal, J.D., M.S.
Director, Hyman, Phelps & McNamara, P.C.
Nicki Jacobs
Jacobs Compliance Services