Key regulatory updates for the pharma industry

90.00 Minutes

CPD Hours: 2


These webinars highlight key regulatory updates covering UK guidance (specifically GMP & GDP), EU general guidance and approaches being taken by UK MHRA. QA professional will be able to better navigate through the different sources of information that is currently published and gain understanding of the implications of changes to Pharmaceutical Quality Systems in an organisation.

This webinar is ideal for anyone working in operational quality, quality systems and quality compliance roles, Qualified Persons (QPs), trainee QPs, Responsible Persons (RP) and those in Regulatory Affairs who are interested to know if any changes will affect them. It can also be of benefit to Quality Control and supply chain colleagues.
The topics covered in each webinar are based on latest regulatory and industry aspects.

    By attending this event you will learn:

    • Keep up to date with current regulatory expectations
    • The flexibilities associated with both GMP and GDP
    • Understand what you must do to remain in compliance with GMDP expectations always

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Meet the tutors

Sue Mann

Sue has run her own consultancy since 2009 and works with companies all around the world. She became a QP in the mid 1980’s and a QP Assessor in the early 2000’s. Although her core knowledge and experience is in GMP, she has built up knowledge and experience in Good Distribution Practice (GDP) and has helped write a guidance document published by PQG and ECA which expands upon the EU GDP Guideline. Sue has dealt with many GMP systems in her over 40 years’ experience in the industry; including WHO whilst involved in a development project in a number of African countries, funded by UNIDO. Sue has been a QP for many years and understands the complexity of the role and its position within a company. She is an inspiring trainer being able to break down complex topics into understandable sections and can “train” at all levels in an organisation. She understands what it is that is important in fulfilling the role of a QP.

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