Title: Marketing a drug in France, what are the responsibilities of an exploitant
Duration: 60 minutes - Available On Demand
This webinar offers an overview of the exploitant status in France together with an overview of key French regulations in that matter. An exploitant is a pharmaceutical company based in France, having a “Pharmacien Responsable” and having been authorised by French Agency. Roles and responsibilities cover various activities, such as: promotion, pharmacovigilance, medical information, distribution, sales, batch recall, complaints, shortage …. Alternatively, companies may choose to market a drug in France from another European country (EU) as long as they comply with the French regulation.
- Understand the notion of being an exploitant in France and all the attached responsibilities
- Learn about the various possibilities to organize the marketing of a drug in France
Director, Regulatory Consulting and QMC Representative, PharmaLex
Blandine is a pharmacist by training. She gained experience during 15 years in pharmaceutical companies both in French affiliate and in European Corporate.
Her area of expertise as Consultant are Regulatory in France, more specifically dedicated to the pharmaceutical Responsibility and the area of the 'exploitant'.