Establishing Clinical Supply Good Distribution Practices (GDP) for Temperature Sensitive Products
ELPRO and Biocom thank all the participants thatt attended the Leading Minds Workshop on May 16th at the Alexandria Hotel in San Diego.
This half-day workshop (10.30am-2.00pm) is a series of discussion-based sessions for temperature control supply chain and QA life science practitioners.
The May 16th workshop theme was Establishing Clinical Supply Good Distribution Practices (GDP) for Temperature Sensitive Products. Examininge the increasing requirements needed for products as the move through the development and into commercial supply. Such as the need for additional lanes or facilities, sourcing the right shipping systems, and qualifying suppliers – all with possible international scope.
Discussion: Protecting the Quality of Clinical Products Moving Through Stages of Development Toward Commercialization or Acquisition
Discussion: Best Practices Supplier Qualifications and Auditing of CROs and Clinical Sites
Discussion: Growing with Changing Clinical Supply Chains: Last Mile Quality Control
Discussion: Establishing Your Best Practices for Packaging Validation According Global Standards