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Agenda

Please find the agenda for the day below.

    Conference

  • Registration and refreshments

  • Welcome & Latest Changes within the Inspectorate

  • Introduction to Symposium

    • Claire Glenister, GDP Inspector, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
  • Working with other Regulators

  • The Role of Enforcement within the Legitimate Supply Chain, including FMD Update

  • Refreshment / Networking break and Inspectors Surgery

  • International Trade and Export

  • Errors, Event Chains and Deviation Management (Interactive)

  • Lunch

  • Defective Medicines and Recalls

  • Company factors and the impacts on GDP compliance (Interactive) — Part 1

    • Madeleine Ault, Senior GDP Inspector, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
    • Phil Neale, GDP Operations Manager, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
  • Refreshment / Networking break and Inspectors Surgery

  • Company factors and the impacts on GDP compliance (Interactive) — Part 2

    • Phil Neale, GDP Operations Manager, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
  • The Risk Quiz

    • Peter Coombs, Operations Manager, GDP Inspectorate, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
    • Jacqui Masayi, GDP Inspector, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
  • Closing remarks

    • Peter Coombs, Operations Manager, GDP Inspectorate, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
    • Phil Neale, GDP Operations Manager, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
  • After hours inspectors’ surgery

    GDP Inspectors

    Workshops

  • All day session

    • Digital solutions (Leads: MHRA, NHSD)

    • The Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner's Role

      Modern slavery is a growing problem for the UK and policing. It encompasses the areas of people trafficking, organised crime, safeguarding of vulnerable persons and Threat Risk Harm (TRH). Victims are often unable to leave their situation of exploitation due to threats, punishment, violence, coercion and deception.

      This session offers an opportunity to hear from Kevin Hyland OBE, the UK’s first Anti-Slavery Commissioner, about his role and responsibilities under the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Tatiana Gren-Jardan, a member of his team, with 10 years’ experience in the anti-human trafficking field, working with stakeholders on best practice, will also present.

    • Police Driving - the continued risk

      Despite pursuit and response driving being ‘part of the job’ of a police officer, a lack of protection within legislation is leaving drivers vulnerable. PFEW’s lead on pursuits, Tim Rogers, talks about the work being done to get better protections in place so unnecessary court cases are avoided. Barrister, Mark Aldred, who has defended police drivers, and Chief Constable Anthony Bangham, NPCC lead on Roads Policing will give their thoughts, and a PC who was dragged through the courts following a routine response drive will share his first-hand experience of the need for change.

    • Mental Health and Wellbeing (*CPD certified)

      Metropolitan police officer 1972-2005. 45 years’ experience with the police service
      This session will address mental health and wellbeing in the police service, including:
      • Opportunity to reflect on our own ‘experiences’
      • Causes of mental illness; stress & trauma
      • Consider “What we do”
      • Examine “Normal Day to Day Duties?”
      • Consider “Build up, drip, drip effect, and accumulation of stress/trauma
      • Recognition and normalisation of mental health issues
      • Support for members and reps
      • Introduce mental health first aid
      • Identify good practice around mental health
      • Encourage talking to each other around mental health
      • Protect the Protectors
      • Signpost support organisations

      There will be additional material available to take away at the end.

    • Mental Health - It's time we talked

      PFEW’s Karen Stephens will facilitate this session which will focus on officers’ mental health. Delegates will hear from former West Yorkshire Sergeant Ed Simpson who will share his personal journey dealing with depression.  

      Ed’s life changed dramatically when he had to deal with a family whose 17-year-old son died in a car crash. He said the mother's screaming reaction "completely destroyed" him and left him feeling helpless. His health deteriorated considerably until four years later when he was diagnosed with depression.  

      Ed now helps officers deal with mental health issues. His story is moving and inspiring – one which many can relate to.


    • PFEW Protecting our Women (Starts 12:35, *CPD certified)

    • The Future of Pay and Conditions

      PFEW’s breakout session on the future of pay and conditions will be led by General Secretary Andy Fittes and the National Police Chiefs’ Council Lead for Pay and Conditions, Chief Constable Francis Habgood, with input from Dr Joan Donnelly, the Head of our Research and Policy Support team.

      This session will focus on the NPCC and College of Policing’s proposals for workforce modernisation in the next five years or so. There will also be opportunity for delegates to ask questions.

Meet The Speakers

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Gaynor Brummitt

GDP Inspector

Gaynor joined the MHRA as a GDP Inspector in May 2009 formal...
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Peter Blundell

GDP Inspector

Peter is a pharmacist by profession and joined the MHRA in J...
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Terry Madigan

GDP Inspector

Terry is an Inspector within the GDP Inspectorate at the Med...
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Andrew J Gray BSc PhD

Unit Manager Inspectorate Operations

Andrew joined the MHRA in January 2003 as a GLP inspector. I...
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Bernadette Wilson

GDP Inspector, The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)

Bernadette is a GDP Inspector and joined the MHRA in March 2...
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Naseem Hudroge

Naseem has been with the MHRA since 2006 and is an Intellige...
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Jane Sewell

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Sandra Bax (DMRC)

Sandra joined the MHRA as Manager of the DMRC in 2015. She i...
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Peter Coombs

Operations Manager, GDP Inspectorate, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

Peter joined the MHRA in 1993, having spent the previous thr...
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Claire Glenister

GDP Inspector, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

Claire joined the agency as a GDP Inspector in January 2013...
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Madeleine Ault

Senior GDP Inspector, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

Madeleine is a senior GDP inspector and joined the MHRA in A...
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Phil Neale

GDP Operations Manager, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

Phil joined the MHRA in the Pharmacovigilance Inspectorate i...
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Tony Orme

Leading Senior GDP Inspector, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

Tony was a founder member of the GDP Inspectorate when it wa...
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Cheryl Blake

Senior GDP Inspector, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

Cheryl joined the MHRA as a GDP inspector in 2005. Cheryl is...
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Jacqui Masayi

GDP Inspector, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

Jacqui joined the GDP Inspectorate in April 2011 and is resp...
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Venue

Novotel London West

1 Shortlands, London W6 8DR
Tel 020 8741 1555
Website: www.novotellondonwest.co.uk

Location

With 3 of London's main tube lines within a 3 minute walk of the hotel, as well as innumerate bus lines, Novotel London West is an ideal base to reach corporate offices or the Capital's main shopping areas. Located just off the A4 and outside the Central London Congestion ZoneLocated just off the A4 and outside the Central London Congestion Zone, the hotel is just a 20 minute drive from London Heathrow.

Parking

Novotel London West offers over 240 on-site car parking spaces (charged at £1.50 per hour for hotel residents) and 5 coach bays, all of which are secure and under cover. For enquiries please call +44(0)208 2377 540.

Accommodation

Hilton Glasgow (Symposium Venue)

1 William Street, Glasgow, G3 8HT
Tel: 0141 204 5555
Web: http://www.hiltonglasgow.co.uk/

Rates from £159 per night, please contact hotel directly for availability and confirmation of rates.


Hotel ibis Glasgow City Centre

220 W Regent Street, Glasgow, Glasgow City, G2 4DQ
Tel: 0141 619 9000
Web: ibis.com

Rates from £72 per night, please contact hotel directly for availability and confirmation of rates.

The hotel is approximately 7 minutes walk from the event venue (Glasgow Hilton).


Novotel Glasgow Centre

181 Pitt Street, Glasgow, G2 4DT
Tel: 0141 619 9001
Web: http://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-3136-novotel-glasgow-centre/index.shtml


Rates from £159 per night, please contact hotel directly for availability and confirmation of rates.

The hotel is approximately 9 minutes walk from the event venue (Glasgow Hilton).


Hampton by Hilton Glasgow Central

140 West Campbell Street, Glasgow, G2 4TZ
Tel: 0141 428 4441
Web: http://hamptoninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/united-kingdom/hampton-by-hilton-glasgow-central-GLAGCHX/index.html


Rates from £119 inc VAT per night (room only), please contact hotel directly for availability and confirmation of rates.

The hotel is approximately 11 minutes walk from the event venue (Glasgow Hilton).

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