JPAG - PAST MEETINGS
Thursday 3rd July 2014
Assuring the quality of medicines
Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA
The quality of the drug substance and the drug product is critical to ensure the safety and efficacy of medicines. If you have any role in ensuring the quality of medicines, do you have all the tools you need to resolve every-day quality issues? Human error is an ever-present challenge, so how do you deal with it, to reduce its impact on quality? What can be done to provide a secure API supply chain? And are you up-to-date on the views of the MHRA on the Falsified Medicines Directive?
Qualified Persons (QPs) have a critical role in releasing batches of pharmaceutical products. An understanding of the supply chain and manufacturing challenges is an essential component to the conduct of this role. This symposium is a follow-up to the successful JPAG meeting held in 2013 and takes a strategic look at solving everyday quality issues and the changing role of QPs.
There will be adequate time after each presentation to discuss case studies and practical implications.
This symposium is particularly useful as continuing professional development for all those involved in quality control in industry and the NHS, and particularly for qualified persons and trainee QPs who are committed to keeping themselves up to date. It will also appeal to all those involved in product development, management of the supply chain and in product manufacture.
Registration at 9.30 a.m.; symposium starts at 10.00 a.m.
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