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Dr John Kauffman,
confirmed for the June symposium
Thursday 23rd June 2016Practical implementation of ICH Q3D; challenges and solutionsRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
This symposium will critically examine the practical challenges associated with effective implementation of ICH Q3D
Dr John Kauffman, FDA
Sven-Erik Hillver, Swedish MPA
Dr Andrew Teasdale, AstraZeneca
Dr Laurence Harris, Pfizer
Samuel Powell, Pfizer
Dr Michael James, GSK
Kevin Hughes, ColorconDETAILS AND BOOKING
Thursday 13th October 2016Good Distribution Practice: solving implementation and quality issuesRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
In a globalised healthcare ecosystem, supply chains become more complex, with an increased potential for quality issue to arises. So, it is critically important to understand Good Distribution Practices (GDP) and the requirements for shared responsibilities throughout the entire supply chain.
This symposium will examine the regulatory requirements of GDP, provide an understanding of the issues and demonstrate how common problem can be overcome.DETAILS AND BOOKING
Thursday 1st December 2016Regulatory Hot Topics IIRoyal Society of Chemistry, London LAST EVENT:
Watch for further details, coming soon.DETAILS AND BOOKING
Thursday 12th May 2016Sterility assurance best practice for aseptically manufactured productsRoyal Society of Chemistry, London
The purpose of the meeting is to deliver a best practice forum of like-minded professionals engaged in the manufacture of aseptic pharmaceutical products. JPAG have assembled a strong line up of opinion leaders and experts from the UK regulator, the MHRA, industry and the NHS in the field of aseptic manufacture and microbiological monitoring and testing to provide an excellent opportunity for networking and bench marking for delegates.
The meeting will also play host to equipment providers to show the current state of the art in aseptic manufacturing and testing equipment.DETAILS AND MATERIALS
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New regulatory strategies to address un-met clinical needs
Here is the latest article in the series reproduced with permission from the European Pharmaceutical Review. It is entitled "New regulatory strategies to address un-met clinical needs" written by Dr Dave Elder, Chairman of the JPAG Committee and GSK....More...Thursday 12th May 2016
The evolving pharmacopoeia
Here is the latest article in the series reproduced with permission from the European Pharmaceutical Review. It is entitled "The evolving pharmacopoeia" written by Dr Dave Elder, Chairman of the JPAG Committee and GSK. More...Monday 29th February 2016
Dissolution testing in the modern world
Here is the latest article in the series reproduced with permission from the European Pharmaceutical Review. It is entitled "Dissolution testing in the modern world?" written by Juliet Symonds, GSK and Dr Dave Elder, Chairman of the JPAG Committee an...More...Monday 29th February 2016
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