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  • Why Data Integrity Is Impossible Without A Quality Culture
    Why Data Integrity Is Impossible Without A Quality Culture

    Quite a bit has been written about data integrity in recent years, and an embedded, effective quality culture remains a critical success factor for fully realizing strong data integrity. In recently published guidance on data integrity, the FDA goes so far as to state very directly that “it is the role of management with executive responsibility to create a quality culture where employees understand that data integrity is an organizational core value and employees are encouraged to identify and promptly report data integrity issues.”

  • Reimagining Quality Operations In The Life Sciences
    Reimagining Quality Operations In The Life Sciences

    This is the third of three articles focusing on an effort to address what appear to be systemic issues across quality departments, informed by a multinational group comprising chief quality officers (CQOs) from pharma, device, animal health, and consumer goods companies. It will examine how to achieve cross-functional ownership of quality and the efforts of the CQO team to build quality for the 21st century, including exploring the creation of formal degree programs in quality.

  • How Technology Will Reshape The Future Of Aseptic Processing
    How Technology Will Reshape The Future Of Aseptic Processing

    Using new and existing technologies to improve aseptic processing manufacturing may provide the need and opportunity for new approaches to process control and monitoring. In some cases, improvements to these approaches will require the use of existing technology. In other cases, they will be required to support the implementation and use of new technology.

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  • BioTrak Real-Time Viable Particle Counter Video

    Investigations of airborne viable excursions in cleanrooms using traditional techniques notoriously fail to identify a definitive root cause. What if this information were available in real-time when the contamination event occurred? This video introduces real-time viable particle monitoring and how it can quickly identify the source of a contamination.

  • Fast Track Serialization Solutions At Medochemie Ltd

    See the application of TQS Fast Track at a generic drug manufacturing company for their serialization, checkweighing and tamper-evident labelling requirements.

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Suzhou, China Manufacturing Site Capabilities

    Watch this video to learn more about this manufacturing site capabilities, quality management systems, PPI implementation, product expansion, assurance of supply and lead times.

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Why Data Integrity Is Impossible Without A Quality Culture Why Data Integrity Is Impossible Without A Quality Culture

Quite a bit has been written about data integrity in recent years, and an embedded, effective quality culture remains a critical success factor for fully realizing strong data integrity. In recently published guidance on data integrity, the FDA goes so far as to state very directly that “it is the role of management with executive responsibility to create a quality culture where employees understand that data integrity is an organizational core value and employees are encouraged to identify and promptly report data integrity issues.”

Reimagining Quality Operations In The Life Sciences Reimagining Quality Operations In The Life Sciences

This is the third of three articles focusing on an effort to address what appear to be systemic issues across quality departments, informed by a multinational group comprising chief quality officers (CQOs) from pharma, device, animal health, and consumer goods companies. It will examine how to achieve cross-functional ownership of quality and the efforts of the CQO team to build quality for the 21st century, including exploring the creation of formal degree programs in quality.

How Technology Will Reshape The Future Of Aseptic Processing How Technology Will Reshape The Future Of Aseptic Processing

Using new and existing technologies to improve aseptic processing manufacturing may provide the need and opportunity for new approaches to process control and monitoring. In some cases, improvements to these approaches will require the use of existing technology. In other cases, they will be required to support the implementation and use of new technology.

How To Write An Effective Validation Master Plan How To Write An Effective Validation Master Plan

A validation master plan (VMP) outlines the principles involved in the qualification of a facility, defining the areas and systems to be validated, and provides a written program for achieving and maintaining a qualified facility. Master plans are written to assist an organization with validation strategies or to provide control over a specific process.

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  • Why Data Integrity Is Impossible Without A Quality Culture

    Quite a bit has been written about data integrity in recent years, and an embedded, effective quality culture remains a critical success factor for fully realizing strong data integrity. In recently published guidance on data integrity, the FDA goes so far as to state very directly that “it is the role of management with executive responsibility to create a quality culture where employees understand that data integrity is an organizational core value and employees are encouraged to identify and promptly report data integrity issues.”

  • Reimagining Quality Operations In The Life Sciences

    This is the third of three articles focusing on an effort to address what appear to be systemic issues across quality departments, informed by a multinational group comprising chief quality officers (CQOs) from pharma, device, animal health, and consumer goods companies. It will examine how to achieve cross-functional ownership of quality and the efforts of the CQO team to build quality for the 21st century, including exploring the creation of formal degree programs in quality.

  • How Technology Will Reshape The Future Of Aseptic Processing

    Using new and existing technologies to improve aseptic processing manufacturing may provide the need and opportunity for new approaches to process control and monitoring. In some cases, improvements to these approaches will require the use of existing technology. In other cases, they will be required to support the implementation and use of new technology.

More From Pharma Contributing Editors

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Why Data Integrity Is Impossible Without A Quality Culture Why Data Integrity Is Impossible Without A Quality Culture

Quite a bit has been written about data integrity in recent years, and an embedded, effective quality culture remains a critical success factor for fully realizing strong data integrity. In recently published guidance on data integrity, the FDA goes so far as to state very directly that “it is the role of management with executive responsibility to create a quality culture where employees understand that data integrity is an organizational core value and employees are encouraged to identify and promptly report data integrity issues.”

Reimagining Quality Operations In The Life Sciences Reimagining Quality Operations In The Life Sciences

This is the third of three articles focusing on an effort to address what appear to be systemic issues across quality departments, informed by a multinational group comprising chief quality officers (CQOs) from pharma, device, animal health, and consumer goods companies. It will examine how to achieve cross-functional ownership of quality and the efforts of the CQO team to build quality for the 21st century, including exploring the creation of formal degree programs in quality.

How Technology Will Reshape The Future Of Aseptic Processing How Technology Will Reshape The Future Of Aseptic Processing

Using new and existing technologies to improve aseptic processing manufacturing may provide the need and opportunity for new approaches to process control and monitoring. In some cases, improvements to these approaches will require the use of existing technology. In other cases, they will be required to support the implementation and use of new technology.

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