Newsletter | December 16, 2017

12.16.17 -- Top 10 Of 2017

 

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Top 10 Featured Editorial
  1. "Human Error" Deviations: How You Can Stop Creating (Most Of) Them
    By Ben Locwin, Ph.D., Healthcare Science Advisors
  2. Trump's Deregulatory Agenda: What It Could Mean For Biopharma And Medtech
    By Nancy Bradish Myers and Anne McNickle, Catalyst Healthcare Consulting, Inc.
  3. FDA's New Quality Agreement Guidance: What It Says (And What It Fails To Say)
    By Bikash Chatterjee, President and Chief Science Officer, Pharmatech Associates
  4. Responding To Regulatory Inspection Observations: Dos And Don'ts
    By Martin Lush, Global VP, NSF Health Sciences
  5. 9 Steps To Train Your Personnel To Think Beyond The SOP
    By Joanna Gallant, Owner/President at Joanna Gallant Training Associates, LLC
  6. Validation Of Visual Inspection As An Analytical Method For Cleaning Validation
    By Parth Desai, Nostrum Laboratories, and Andrew Walsh, Center for Pharmaceutical Cleaning Innovation
Top 10 Industry Insights
  1. 8 Ways To Ensure Data Integrity
    By Piritta Maunu, Vaisala, Inc.
  2. Reducing Human Error In Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
    By Martin Boisvert, Schneider Electric Software
  3. Regulations For Mapping Temperature And Humidity Of Pharmaceuticals
    By Bruce McDuffee, Rotronic Instrument Corp.
  4. Risk Analysis For Aseptic Processing: The Akers-Agalloco Method
    By James Akers, Akers Kennedy & Assoc., and James Agalloco, Agalloco & Assoc. Inc.
  5. Multivariate Data Analysis For Dummies
    By Brad Swarbrick, CAMO Software, Inc.
  6. Protecting Pharma Workers Against Exposure To Potent Compounds
    By Sarah Metz, Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums
  7. The Role Of pH And Residue In Pharmaceutical Cleaning
    By Malcolm McLaughlin, Alconox, Inc.
  8. Aging Facilities In Pharma: The Reality And Rising Concern
    By Maik W. Jornitz, G-CON Manufacturing
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