Monthly Archives: June 2014

Managing Serialisation – Authentication and Track and Trace

In the last article we talked about unique identification and getting the unique identification onto the product or shipping unit. In this article we will discuss publishing the related serialisation information and two of the common serialisation models, Authentication and … Continue reading

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IQPC Pharmaceutical Packaging and Labelling conference in Basel

IQPC Pharmaceutical Packaging and Labelling conference in Basel I spent a few days last week at the IQPC pharmaceutical Packaging and labelling conference in Basel. A big thank you to Anastasia, Michael, Gerald and the team at IQPC for organising … Continue reading

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Causes of Proofreading Errors 7 – Not ensuring source data and documents are correct

The act of proofreading inevitably means verifying information from source documents or systems with the information contained in the finished document. Many artwork errors have occurred because individuals have used the wrong source data or documents. The first example of … Continue reading

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Causes of Proofreading Errors 6 – Not using techniques that “disable” the human mind’s ability to auto-correct

The human brain is excellent at filling in gaps in information and correcting mistakes in information so that it can see meaning very quickly. As an example, try to read the following: Cna yuo raed tihs? 55 plepoe out of … Continue reading

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