Changes to Pharmaceutical Guidance issued by International Organizations
Changes to regulatory guidance issued by international organizations that impact pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution
Pharmaceutical legislation and regulatory authority guidance is continually changing. These changes, and the interpretation of them, can have significant implications for manufacturers and distributors. Many changes require detailed planning to implement and failure to do so can result in serious compliance problems.
This module aims to provide personnel, in quality, management or technical support roles, for the manufacture or distribution of drug/medicinal products, with the latest changes that will potentially impact their operations. The modules cover relevant changes to legislation and guidance emanating from international organisations.
This module will be available to you for 30 days after your purchase.
This course highlights the proposed and recently implemented changes to international regulatory guidance that will impact the manufacture and distribution of medicinal products, across the product lifecycle, and will provide valuable insights for personnel, in quality, regulatory, management or technical support roles in the pharmaceutical industry. It will help Qualified Persons to fulfil their legal obligation for continuing professional development (CPD).
This course will provide an overview and impact assessment of the following changes emanating from international organisations:
- New/revised guidance from ICH, PIC/S, WHO, ICMRA, etc.