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CPD Hours: 21
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Evaluation of data using mathematical and statistical techniques is a key element of controlling the quality of pharmaceutical products for human and veterinary use.
The Qualified Person must understand the derivation and application of the data with which they will be presented. This course focuses on the practical aspects of the mathematical and statistical treatment of data in the various stages of pharmaceutical manufacture and distribution.
This course does not provide detailed instruction in complex statistical techniques, rather it concentrates on the interpretation and understanding of results as they are presented to the Qualified Person and the descriptive statistics used in everyday data analysis of the Pharmaceutical Quality System.
The course includes the following topics and reinforced using group exercises:
By the end of this course you will learn and understand:
We offer a number of discounts and specials offers on our training courses including Group booking, NHS and Seasonal discounts.
A microbiologist with over 35 years experience, Andy Martin has worked in numerous QA management roles, spanning a range of sterile and non sterile dosage forms, and gained valuable experience in regulatory inspections, failure investigation, risk assessment and operational excellence activities including Lean Six Sigma Kaizen events.
With over 30 years industry experience, Donna Connew has worked in stability and method development laboratories, process technology, GMP auditing, incoming materials QC, supplier quality, production QA and clinical trial QA. A QP since 2001, Donna has worked in the generic pharmaceutical industry and also as a contract auditor of API facilities.
Interpretation of statistical values used in GMP applications course
If you book our Interpretation of statistical values used in GMP applications course, you will receive a discount of £350 (15%) off our QP mathematics and statistics course