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.
Good pharmacovigilance practice
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.
Between 11 to 14 February 2020, the MHRA will be hosting a week-long series of events as part of the Good Practice Symposia Week. The week will include individual events from GPvP, GCP and GLP Inspectorates
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.
From 8 to 10 April 2019, the Pharmaceutical Inspection Co-operation Scheme (PIC/S) Committee and PIC/S Executive Bureau meetings took place in Geneva, Switzerland.
In a bid to drive improved compliance and to cover the cost of managing more resource-intensive cases, the Inspectorate intends to apply the existing office-based assessment fee more broadly.
The MHRA pharmacovigilance inspection metrics for the period from April 2017 to March 2018 are now available on GOV.UK
The GPvP webpage has recently been updated to provide additional information about the current inspection process. This post provides some further information about GPvP inspectors and inspections.
The Process Licensing Office has today joined the Inspectorate to become the Inspectorate & Process Licensing Group.