Reading Roundup: Top Blog Posts from July 2017
It’s time for another edition of Reading Roundup featuring the top blog posts of July 2017. Start off your week by catching up on what the pharmaceutical industry was reading in July.
This article from the November-December 2014 issue of Pharmaceutical Engineering® magazine presents a consensus standardized extractables protocol for single-use systems in biomanufacturing. Learn more about how companies are generating SUS extractables testing methods by interpreting regulatory requirements from existing container closure testing methods.
During the Women in Pharma (WIP) breakfast on day two of the 2017 ISPE/FDA/PQRI Quality Manufacturing Conference, 100 attendees gathered for a panel on “Bringing Education to Gender Parity”. Find out what women in the industry had to say as they exchanged their advice and experiences dealing with failure.
On 15 June, ISPE announced the release of their latest publication, ISPE Good Practice Guide: Decommissioning of Pharmaceutical Equipment and Facilities. Check out this guide to learn more about the decommissioning and disposing of assets ranging from a single system to an entire facility.
Jim McGlade, Science Client Leader for BHDP Architecture, led the “Proactive Approaches to Facility and Lifecycle Quality Management” Workshop at the ISPE/FDA/PQRI Quality Manufacturing Conference. Find out what he, along with three other experts, had to consider on data integrity, quality systems, and process equipment validation and verification.
Find out how industry leaders responded when they were asked what 2017 has in store for the industry and who they believe are its most important players. This article can also be found in the January/ February edition of Pharmaceutical Engineering®.