Data Integrity: Learn to Comply with the FDA Expectations and Avoid Facing Penalties

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  • Published date: July 5, 2018
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Data Integrity: Learn to Comply with the FDA Expectations and Avoid Facing Penalties ranging from Public Warning Letters to Criminal Charges and Product Removal from the Market Place

This seminar addresses the integrity of GxP records and data used within the regulated industries including pharmaceutical, biological, medical devices, cosmetics, food and any other industry where data integrity is important. It provides a method for managing risk to record and data integrity. Learning objectives for the seminar include:
data integrity Requirements
Critical Areas of Regulatory Focus and Concern
Key Concepts
A Framework for data integrity and Human Factors
A Complete Data Life Cycle Approach as Part of a Quality Management System, from Creation to Destruction
How to Apply Risk Management to data integrity


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