GHTF's (Global Harmonisation Task Force) new-look website offers updates:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Global Harmonisation Task Force (GHTF) has revamped its website, incorporating details of the new Study Group 5 which is focusing on global regulatory convergence in the area of clinical evidence. The new item on SG5 confirms that Dr Graeme Harris, chief clinical adviser at the office of Device, Blood and Tissues at the Therapeutics Goods Administration of Australia, is chair of the study group and that it will meet in Canberra, Australia from January 17-19. Also featured on the updated website are summaries of the following meetings: the SG3 meeting in Erlangen, Germany, on September 14-16; the SG1 meeting in Lisbon on October 5-6; the SG4 meeting on September 27-29 in Canberra, Australia. In addition, there is a calendar of events for 2005 and a participants' list for SG4.
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