Stability by Design Practices ensures Long Term Quality and First time Regulatory Approval

Ensure Long Term Quality and First time Regulatory Approval through Implementing Stability by Design Practices and Understanding the Climatic Impact of a Global Market
June 14, 2011 - PRLog -- To keep your skills and knowledge up to date at this time of the year gets a bit difficult as holidays are approaching. However, there is always an alternative to gain experience and to stand out from the crowd. Pharma IQ is holding an Online Training Course on Stability Testing, August 15, to discuss the many challenges and trends towards establishing an effective and efficient stability testing programme.

This unique interactive online course will focus on Understanding the Regulatory Aspects of Stability Testing, Temperature Monitoring during Shipment, Implementing an Effective Stability by Design Programme, the Evaluation of Stability Data and the Stability Testing for Global Markets. The course can be taken at your own desk so you won't need to deal with travel expenses and accommodation issues and, moreover, sessions will be available both live and on-demand

Pharma IQ’s Stability Testing Online Training Course is a global gathering that connects the international quality assurance, regulatory affairs and stability community and that allow joiners  the opportunity to discuss with Dr. Manuel Zanh the key challenges towards the Regulatory Aspects of Stability Testing.

From 1978, Dr Zahn has published over 30 papers in journals and textbooks and has been delivering presentations at many international conferences and training courses since 1988. From 2001 to 2005 Manuel represented the IFPMA when the ASEAN Stability Guideline was developed.

With 5 interactive modules, an internet-based official exam for additional accreditation and A-class course leader, the Stability Testing Online Training Course will arm you with the necessary skills to develop a robust stability testing programme.

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