TGA SME Assist Workshop: Meeting Your Obligations (Live stream)

Closed 25 Feb 2020

Opened 24 Jan 2020


Navigating the regulatory maze can be a challenge, especially if you're new to regulation. 

SME Assist presents Meeting Your Obligations: a free workshop aimed at beginners who are unfamiliar with therapeutic goods regulation. This may include:

  • small to medium enterprises (SMEs)
  • start-ups
  • researchers

If you are making therapeutic claims about a product or have a product that is likely to be considered a therapeutic good, this workshop will help you understand your responsibilities at different stages of the regulation process.

What will be covered

Part I: Basics of regulation - an overview of therapeutic goods regulation, TGA’s role and sponsor responsibilities when supplying  therapeutic goods in Australia.

Part II: Case studies - general principles of market authorisation, manufacturing, advertising and post-market monitoring as they relate to therapeutic goods.

Part III: Q&A with TGA staff - opportunity to ask general questions.

Event details

When: Tuesday 25 February 2020, 1:00pm- 3pm

Where: Live stream from UNSW, Sydney

RSVP: Register your interest before the event.

The live stream link will be provided to you on completion of your registration. Use this link to access the live stream of the workshop on the day. If you have any issues please contact

About SME Assist

TGA's SME Assist service is designed to help SMEs better understand therapeutic goods regulation in Australia. We provide access to articles, interactive tools and education sessions.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact us at / 1800 020 653.

What happens next

Thank you for your interest. Registrations have now closed for live streaming our SME Assist's Meeting Your Obligations workshop and the event is over.

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