The COVID19 pandemic presents an unprecedented challenge to healthcare, the pharmaceutical industry’s supply chain and personnel movement. MHRA understands the impact of its work on industry, NHS and patients.
Good manufacturing practice
In the modern world it is increasingly common to see flexible, part-time or home working arrangements. The pharmaceutical industry is no exception, and with some companies employing a part-time or contract Qualified Person (QP), it is no surprise that the QP continues to play a key role even when away from the site.
The MHRA GMDP Symposium took place on 11 to 14 November 2019 in London and 26 to 27 November 2019 in Glasgow. The theme of the GMP event was ‘Control Strategies’, whilst the GDP days focussed on supply chain challenges faced by wholesalers.
In part 1 of the inspectorate recruitment posts, we provided information on the inspector role and recruitment process, part 2 provides more information on the benefits and opportunities available to MHRA inspectors.
Have you ever thought about becoming an MHRA inspector but wanted to know more about the role, the application process, or the benefits associated with joining a talented and dynamic team protecting public health? Part one of this two-part blog will hopefully give you the information you need to consider for applying for future roles.
A principle objective of both the MHRA and of pharmaceutical companies is to protect and improve the health of patients. When new information about the benefits and risks of a medicine become available it is often appropriate to make changes to the safety information for the product.
The GXP environment is evolving as digital technologies are increasingly being applied to the development and manufacture of medicines.
The MHRA Good Manufacturing/Good Distribution Practice Symposium will be held in London on the 11 to 14 November and in Glasgow on 26 to 27 November 2019. This post details how to secure your place and provides some information about what each of the sessions will include.
Details and links for new licence applications and variations.
This month sees the close of the consultation on the application of Analytical Quality by Design to pharmacopoeial standards. We sat down with Peter and Stephen, pharmacopoeial scientists for the British Pharmacopoeia, to discuss why this consultation may prove vital …