MHRA GMP Symposium

Event Details

Start Date
Tue, 26 Nov
End Date
Wed, 27 Nov
Glasgow Hilton, 1 William Street, Glasgow, G3 8HT
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The Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) event is ideal for pharmaceutical industry professionals in quality control, quality assurance, supply chain and production management, as well as regulatory and compliance specialists involved in the manufacturing of medicines. The GMP event is complemented by the Good Distribution Practice (GDP) event which covers distribution aspects.

The GDP event is suitable for all wholesalers, including those operating from registered pharmacies. The event would benefit managers and key staff members involved in procuring, supplying, exporting, and storing medicines as well as Responsible Persons and Quality personnel.

These events will provide latest information and guidance on changing legislation and increasing complexity in the manufacturing and distribution chain. The symposium will offer a highly interactive hands on’ learning experience, detailed workshop sessions will review actual sample deficiencies found by regulators and explain how to address and improve compliance in these critical areas.

  • Gain greater knowledge of the quality and compliance issues affecting organisations.
  • Have a clear understanding of your key responsibilities and accountabilities as Qualified Person, Head of Production or Responsible Person with a clear focus on the legal and compliance aspects.
  • Gain detailed knowledge on the best in class standards of GMP and GDP and why is it so essential for patient safety.
  • Recognise commonly seen GMP/GDP deficiencies and learn how to improve compliance in your organisation.
  • Be familiar with new GMP and GDP requirements as covered by EU directives/​regulations and guidelines.
  • Have a comprehensive understanding of the MHRA expectations and how to address and correct actual deficiencies.
  • An opportunity to share concerns and learn directly from the MHRA.
  • Discover what your peers are doing through managed workshops and network with like-minded professionals.
  • Learn how to apply Quality Risk Management principles across your supply chain and manufacturing processes, allowing you to make best use of your resources.
  • Develop your understanding of the use of control strategies to support a risk-based approach to quality across manufacture of all dosage forms, allowing you to make best use of your resources.
  • Meet the experts: attend surgery sessions with key speakers.