Regulis is delighted to announce that 3 team members have been shortlisted for an award from our professional body – TOPRA (The Organisation for Professional in Regulatory Affairs) by an eminent judging panel.
Jenny Gray has been shortlisted in the Horizon Category. This Award recognises the significant achievements of newcomers to regulatory affairs. Amy Whyte has been shortlisted in the Support Category. The Support Award recognises the significant role that supporting organisations can offer to regulatory affairs teams. Kim Wharton has been shortlisted in the Communication Category. This Award recognises RA professionals who have promoted the safe use of medicines or devices or disseminated public health messages using excellent communication skills. Kim said “This is fantastic news. It is great recognition for the Regulis team and the individuals concerned. We are proud to be the only consultancy shortlisted for the Support Award.”
TOPRA is the global organisation for Regulatory Affairs professionals and for those who have an interest in Regulatory Affairs in the healthcare sector. It’s Regulatory Affairs Awards to recognise excellent regulatory practice and professionalism from individuals, teams and organisations are in their 3rd year. There are five different categories – Communication, Education, Horizon, Innovation, Inspiration and Support. The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony in London on 28th November.