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10th WSMI AP Regional Conference & 2nd APSMI General Assembly Meeting

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Maximize the Self-Care Potential Through Asia Regulatory Harmonization
October 21 –22, 2014 Phuket, Thailand

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME
Day 1 : Tuesday 21 October 2014
08.30 – 09.00 Session 1 : 09.00 - 09.20 09.20 - 10.05 10.05 - 10.25 10.25 - 10.40 Session 2 : 10.40 - 12.00 12.00 - 13.00 Session 3 : 13.00 - 13.40 Registration Opening Session Welcome Remarks, Opening Speech “Maximizing Self-Care Potential in Thailand” Welcome Remarks, Opening Speech “The Role of Self-Care and OTCs in Healthcare” Official Conference Photograph Coffee Break Asia Self-Medication Market Trends, Health Policy, and Consumer Practice Asia Pacific Health Policy on Self-Care • China Healthcare Reform and Its Impact on Self-Care • Reform of Self-Care with New Malaysia Pharmacy Bill • Impact of Indonesia Universal Healthcare Coverage in Self-Care • Thailand Experience in Self-Care & Health Promotion in National Health System Lunch Break Regional Economics, Industry, and Cooperation Global Perspectives on Asia Pacific OTC Industry • Asia Pacific OTC Market - Trends and Proposals for Further Growth • APSMI - Country and Region Cooperation Update & APSMI Activities

10th WSMI AP Regional Conference & 2nd APSMI General Assembly Meeting

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Day 1 : Tuesday 21 October 2014 (continue)
Session 4 : 13.40 - 15.40 15.40 - 15.55 15.55 - 16.15 Session 5 : 16.15 - 16.45 Session 6 : 16.45 - 18.00 18.30 - 19.00 19.00 - 21.00 Realization & Implementation of ASEAN Healthcare Harmonization in 2015 and Beyond • ASEAN Regulatory Harmonization Scheme Overview • ASEAN Pharmaceutical Regulatory Harmonization Update • ASEAN Traditional Medicines and Health Supplement Regulatory Harmonization Update • ASEAN Medical Devices Regulatory Harmonization Update • ASEAN Cosmetics Regulatory Harmonization Update • ICH: Global Regulatory Harmonization Model Coffee Break Asia Pacific Consumer Practice in Self-Care: Market Trends Value and Potential of OTC Experience with Measuring the Economic and Public Health Value of OTC : Examples from the EU and US Communication, Education, and Partnership in Self-Care Advertising Regulation • Comparison and Analysis of Various Global Regulatory Models:   Pros and Cons of Each Model • Chinese Taipei : TPMMA • Korea: KPMA • Japan: JSMI • Malaysia: PhAMA Cocktail Reception Gala Dinner

10th WSMI AP Regional Conference & 2nd APSMI General Assembly Meeting

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Day 2 : Wednesday 22 October 2014
Session 6 : 09.00 - 09.45 Session 7 : 09.45 - 11.05 11.05 - 11.20 Session 8 : 11.20-11.40 11.40-12.40 12.40-13.40 Session 8 : 13.40-14.40 14.40-15.10 15.10-15.40 15.40-16.00 Communication, Education, and Partnership in Self-Care (continue) Experience in Consumer Education and Information Sharing in Self-Care • Consumer Education and Community Pharmacy in Japan • Self-Care Day in China • Aor Yor Noi: Example of Health Education Program in School Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities in OTC Industry Optimizing OTC Regulatory Processes in Asia Pacific for Better Access • Challenges with ASEAN Pharmaceutical Regulation Scheme • Challenges with New Drug Regulation in OTC Innovation Registration in Asia • Process Simplification in OTC Registration: Abridged Application • Review of Monographed OTC in Asia-Pacific Coffee Break Rx to OTC Switches & Borderline Products Global Trends in Switching • The Case of Proven Economic and Social Benefit: Nicotine Switching Managing Through Diversity of Product Classification • Similarity & Difference in OTC Classification and Their Borderlines Among • Border of Asia OTC Devices VS Medicines: Reality Check • Challenges in Health Claim Regulation in Asia Lunch Break Rx to OTC Switches & Borderline Products (continue) Asia Pacific OTC Switching Regulation & Practices • China Experience in OTC Switching • Chinese Taipei OTC • Korea’s GSL Medicines Initiative Update • Singapore OTC Switching Regulation • Experience in Development of Thailand OTC Switching Guidelines Introduction of Next WSMI & APSMI Meetings Closing : Phuket Communiqué Declaration Coffee Break End of Conference

Asia-Pacific

The conference language is English.