|Non-ECA Members:||EUR 1990,--|
|ECA Members:||EUR 1790,--|
|EU GMP Inspectorates:||EUR 995,--|
|APIC Members (does not include ECA membership):||EUR 1890,--|
|GDP Association Members:||EUR 1790,--|
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This education course provides practical guidance through workshops on how to perform gap analysis, prepare plans for implementing systems and procedures to bring your organisation in compliance with the GDP regulations.
The globalisation of the pharmaceutical supply chain has created new challenges for the manufacture and supply of medicinal products in various markets, resulting in reduced control and increased security risk to the products.
The EU-GDP Guidelines have been extensively revised to take into account the changing nature of the globalised supply chain. The new requirements have been effective since 2013. These requirements highlight the need for an effective quality management system supported by risk assessment and appropriate controls.
This three day tutorial has been designed to bring you up-to-date with the current regulatory expectations and standards for Good Distribution Practice (GDP) and to provide you with tools and guidance to help you with identifying the gaps in your quality systems and planning and implementing the actions required.
GDP Compliance Managers and Responsible Persons from companies involved in the distribution and supply of medicinal products.
The European GDP Association aims to support Pharmaceutical Industry, Authorities and Logistic Providers with regard to the implementation of Good Distribution Practice.
It represents all stakeholders e.g. from Pharmaceutical Industry, Authorities and Logistic Providers and supports all members and stakeholders by providing them information and support in the implementation of GDP.
The Association is a not for profit organisation under the umbrella of the ECA Foundation. Membership is fee to all individuals involved in Good Distribution Practice (currently more than 2.000 members).
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