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We record all of our live webinars and will provide them as on-demand webinars within 24 hours of the date of the live event. These on-demand webinars of different lengths are presented on hot topics, regulatory guidance, manufacturing and quality compliance regulations, approval process, and relevant Best Practices (GMP, GDP, GCP, GLP, GVP, GPP, GTP, …) in drugs, medical devices, combination products, food & food ingredients, dietary supplements, and complimentary & alternative medicine. We cover theses subject globally (North America, European Union, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Africa, and Middle East). The length of these online courses varies from 30 minutes to 120 minutes. Simply search by category then browse to find the document you need. The PDF file of the presentation will be available to you upon registration. We will have a survey after the completion of all of our courses to collect your feedback for future improvements. You can print your certificate of attendance from the e-mail you receive upon filling out the survey after the session. New courses are added on a daily basis so please check often.
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This 60 minute On-Demand webinar will familiarize you with the US Pharmacopoeia General Chapter <1029> in Good Documentation Guidelines, which adds some high level information to all other Good documentation rules and regulations out there.This USP Chapter wraps up the general concept and provides the information as to what needs to be documented in certain records.
Type: On-Demand Webinar
Following the completion of this 100 minute On-Demand Webinar, you will gain a moderate / advanced knowledge of definition, purpose, importance of GDP, General rules of GDP, GDP as applies to laboratory notebook documentation, US Pharmacopoeia General Chapter <1029> introduction “Good Documentation Guidelines”, A very brief introduction to European Union (EU) GDP, and finally its enforcement along with some observation samples from FDA.