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REGULATIONS, GOOD SCIENCE AND GOOD BUSINESS REQUIR 2017 - Laboratory Instrument Qualification

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Category Compliance Training panel

Deadline: December 12, 2017 | Date: December 12, 2017

Venue/Country: 9106 Seven Locks Road, Bethesda, Maryland 20817., U.S.A

Updated: 2017-12-07 18:29:13 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Description :

Regulations, good science and good business require that pharmaceutical Quality Control and Method Development Laboratories use instruments and equipment that are suitable for their intended uses. Effective instrument and equipment qualifications provide assurance that these devices are appropriate for their intended use in development and Quality Control laboratories.

Why Should You Attend ?

Laboratories have conducted some level of equipment qualification since the invention of instruments. After the release of the 1987 FDA guidance on process validation all equipment used for the production and control of drug products was subject to a formal qualification. In some cases the qualification exercise, especially in the laboratories, was extreme and inappropriate. Industry representatives recognized the challenge and developed guidance for science-based qualification practices which was published as USP , Analytical Instrument Qualification. This webinar will describe Analytical Instrument Qualification, as described in USP .

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

EST 13:00

Duration : 90 Minutes

Speaker:Jerry Lanese

website:http://bit.ly/2fwO0qn

Eventlink:http://bit.ly/2xRuIlh


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