ABPI Code of Practice 2024 Consultation Response Discussion

Friday 16 February 2024
12:00 - 13:30 (GMT)

Review and comment on the proposed changes to the 2021 ABPI Code of Practice in a consultation discussion led by Dr Sharon McCullough. This event will provide an opportunity to actively contribute to shaping the ABPI Code of Practice.

Explore the proposed changes to the 2021 ABPI Code of Practice here: https://www.pmcpa.org.uk/the-code/consultation-on-proposed-changes-to-2021-code/


🔍 Highlighted Proposals:

  • Reinforcing High Standards: Review proposed changes aiming to strengthen ethical standards within the pharmaceutical industry.
  • QR Code Access to Prescribing Information: Provide feedback on the implications of allowing QR code access to prescribing information under specific circumstances.
  • Extensions to Non-Medical Signatory Roles: Give insights on the consequences of extensions proposed for the role of non-medical signatories.
  • Introduction of an ‘Abridged’ Complaints Process: Comment on the proposed ‘abridged’ complaints process and its potential for streamlining procedures.

Event details

This event will take place online on:

Friday 16 February 2024 12:00-13:30 (GMT)

This is a FREE event open to FPM members only.

Booking Information

Joining instructions will be emailed to registered attendees periodically, with a final reminder email sent one hour (online events) prior to the event. Please don’t forget to check your junk folder!

Queries: If you are unable to complete your booking online or have any questions, please email events@fpm.org.uk 

Can’t Attend?

Don’t worry! If you are unable to attend the event but still want to contribute, you can feed in your comments via email. Your valuable insights will help shape the FPM response.


📩 Email for Contributions: f.butler@fpm.org.uk (Policy Coordinator)

This event is now closed for booking.

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