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Moving the Goalposts?

By John Henchion, April 5, 2018

Can a standard Corporate Scoring Framework be applied across the spectrum of Quality Risk Management?

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Implementing USP Visual Inspection Requirements

By Eamonn Vize, November 21, 2017

The word “visible” in the expression, Visual Inspection of Parenteral Products, has no meaning unless the viewing conditions are specified. 

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GEP In Projects – To Practice, Or Not To Practice?

By Bob Perry, October 17, 2017

As responsible Project Managers, we need to deliver maximum benefits realization to our project stakeholders on each project.  The key to maximum benefits realization is clearly delineating stakeholder requirements and assuring these requirements are satisfied throughout the project lifecycle.  A critical component for assuring stakeholder requirements are satisfied is following good engineering practice (GEP).  While GEP is an expectation in the life sciences industries, the basic GEP elements required as a basis for GxP (good “anything” practice) quality guidelines and regulations compliance can, and should be, applied to all projects.

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Are You Ready? Major Changes Coming to Europe MDR and IVDR

By John Henchion, September 28, 2017

Introduction: One of the major focuses this year at the RAPs Convergence in DC was implementation timelines for the EU Medical Device Directive and the In Vitro Device Regulations.

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Where to Draw the Line?

By John Henchion, September 11, 2017

What is an appropriate level of GMPs for a supplier manufacturing site?

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