Monthly Archives: February 2013

February Column with Pharma IQ

My latest column has just been posted with Pharma IQ.  To read it, please click here:   http://www.pharma-iq.com/manufacturing/columns/packaging-and-labelling-artwork-core-interfacing-a/

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Change Management Issues in Artwork Improvement Programmes

I have discussed a lot in previous blogs about causes, impacts and implications of artwork errors and the need to implement improvement programmes to address.  From our experience, what we see is that an artwork improvement programme is a complex … Continue reading

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Unit Dosing

How can we reduce administration errors through the effective introduction of unit dose packaging? A unit dose package can be described as a package that contains the particular dose of a drug for use by a specific patient in accordance … Continue reading

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Design of Packaging for Patient Safety

My recent visit to the Pharma Packaging and Labelling Forum 2012 in Vienna got me thinking about how packaging can add value both to the patient and also to the bottom line. As an industry dedicated to the wellness of … Continue reading

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