2023 GBMA Code of Practice Training Workshops Quiz "*" indicates required fields Date of Code of Practice session attended* 7th September 2023 14th September 2023 31 October 2023 Question 1: Which of the following are guiding principles for Complying Members of the GBMA?* a) To support the long term sustainability of the PBS and healthcare budgets by ensuring the timely and cost-effective provision of Generic and Biosimilar Medicines to Consumers. b) To support the quality use of medicines (QUM) and quality use of medicines in partnership with other Stakeholders. c) To support the development of policies that facilitate timely access to Generic and Biosimilar Medicines for all Australians. d) To support the development of policies that promote the continued viability of a local manufacturing base for Generic and Biosimilar Medicines (for domestic and export markets). e) To encourage a high level of awareness and general knowledge of the safety, efficacy and appropriate interchangeability of Generic Medicines amongst Healthcare Professionals, Government and Consumers. f) To support balanced intellectual property rights in the pharmaceutical sector that enable timely, cost-effective access to Generic and Biosimilar Medicines. Question 2: The GBMA Code of Practice applies to what activities in relation to Generic and Biosimilar Medicines (Products) of Complying Members of GBMA?* a) The GBMA Code of Practice applies to all activities in relating to generic and biosimilar medicines of a complying member b) The GBMA Code of Practice applies only to activities that are consumer facing. c) The GBMA Code of Practice applies only to interaction with consumers and health care professionals. d) The GBMA Code of Practice only applies to good manufacturing practice to ensure member’s produce and market products of the highest safety and quality. Question 3: The Code of Practice Complaints Committee is made of which of the following representatives?* a) Independent Chairperson, consumer representative, Pharmacy Guild of Australia representative, medical representative and observer nominated by the TGA. b) Independent Chairperson, consumer representative, pharmacy representative, medical representative and observer nominated by the TGA. c) Code Administration Committee Chairperson, consumer representative, pharmacy representative, medical representative and observer nominated by the TGA. d) Independent Chairperson, GBMA representative, consumer representative, pharmacy representative and observer nominated by the TGA. e) Independent Chairperson, consumer representative, pharmacy representative, Medicines Australia representative and observer nominated by the TGA. Question 4: To the extent that they relate to the promotional material of a Product, in addition to the GBMA Code of Practice, what other industry Codes should a GBMA member consider when undertaking promotional and marketing activities?* a) Medicines Australia Code of Conduct b) Australian Self-Medication Industry Code of Practice c) CHC Marketing Code of Practice d) AusBiotech Code of Conduct e) Medical Technology Association of Australia Code of Practice f) All of the above. Question 5: Which of the following statements correctly reflect the intention of the GBMA Code of Practice?* a) Complying Members must promote and market products in accordance with the applicable requirements of the Therapeutic Goods Act (Cth) 1989 and Regulations, the Competition and Consumer Act (Cth) 2010, the Australian Consumer Law 2010, the Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code (No.2) 2018, the National Health Act (Cth) 1953, as amended or replaced from time to time, and all other applicable laws and codes. b) All claims made in promotional and marketing materials must be balanced with commercial objectives. Claims need to substantiated by a level of evidence when marketing to health care professionals. c) Complaints about a Complying Member’s promotional and marketing material may be made to the Code Complaint Committee for adjudication and, in appropriate cases, imposition of sanctions. d) Businesses using social media channels have a responsibility to ensure content on the pages owned or operated by Complying Members is accurate, irrespective of who put it there. Complying Members of GBMA observe the guidelines provided by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and the Advertising Standards Board and content must comply with applicable laws and codes. e) Complying Members must ensure that their employees involved in promotional or marketing activities are fully trained and informed of their responsibilities under this Code and all relevant laws, guidelines and codes. Code of Practice Workshop - FeedbackQuestion 1: The 2023 GBMA Code of Practice workshop provided me with the following:*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agreea) A better understanding of the GBMA Code of Practice and how it applies to me as a member of the GBMA.b) A better understanding of the way Codes of Practice are applied to adjudicate actions of industry members.c) A better understanding of my responsibilities as part of a GBMA member company under the GBMA Code of Practice.Question 2: Since attending the workshop would you say that you are now more able to identify work scenarios that could possibly pose an issue in regard to the Code of Practice?* Yes, I am more aware No change in my awareness No, I am less aware Question 3: Since attending the workshop, have you had occasion to reflect on the workshop content and applied any learnings to a situation that has arisen?* Yes No Question 4: Are there any areas that you would like to see covered differently in next year's Code of Practice training?