Friday, October 30, 2015
Accurate Medical Translation: Verification and Compliance with EMA
Today pharmaceutical companies manufacture and distribute medicines all over the globe. Knowing the European Medicine Agency’s labeling standards can help prevent costly and harmful labeling mistakes. If you are not fully aware of the EMA medical labeling guidelines, then seeking help from a regulatory consultant specializing in EMA labeling standards would be most beneficial. Your professional medical translation company can likely make recommendations of whom to contact for proper advice. EMA Verification Pharmaceutical manufacturers are required by law to follow a number of standards and pass tests by the National Food and Drug Authority to verify the readiness of the medicines for market distribution. One aspect of the testing process includes verification based on the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) Quality Review of Documents templates, which come in several languages.