Quality Risk Management: a pragmatic approach

5 February 2015, Ware, United Kingdom


Introduction
QRM uses risk assessment to identify & control issues in product development using scientific approaches to estimate likelihood, method development & specification setting.

An effective quality risk management (QRM) process provides a key mechanism for the proactive identification and control of potential issues that may arise during product development and subsequent commercialisation (ICH Q9). Scientific approaches are used to estimate the likelihood of any given risk. This symposium will look at the assessment of risk from an academic, regulatory and industrial perspective and will cover method development, specification setting, chemical purging and genotoxin risk assessment (GRA) using in silico methodologies.

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Venue
GlaxoSmithKline

Lecture Room, GlaxoSmithKline, Priory Street, Ware, SG12 0DJ, United Kingdom

Organised by
Joint Pharmaceutical Analysis Group
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