Monthly Archives: March 2016

Proactive Strategies for Track and Trace Deployment – Highlights from the CMO Serialisation Seminar UK

Sheraton Skyline hotel – 30 March 2016, London Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend a one-day Serialisation conference – CMO Seminar UK – Proactive Strategies for Track and Trace Deployment.  Organised by Optel Vision, TraceLink and Be4ward, the objective of … Continue reading

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My March column has just been posted with Pharma IQ

My latest column has just been posted with Pharma IQ: Ensuring effective translations – Translation memory To read it, please click here: We hope you find this column interesting.  We are always searching for ways to improve our work and would … Continue reading

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2nd Anti-Counterfeiting Pharma 2016 Conference, 9 and 10 March, London

I had the opportunity to attend and chair the first day of the 2nd Anti-Counterfeiting Pharma 2016 Conference in London last week.  Many thanks to Pranita Nangia, Jasneet Gulshan and the team at Recunnect for organising the event. Presentations from … Continue reading

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Why design and controls are important for your Artwork Program?

We discussed in my previous blog Technical Errors vs Human Errors with labelling and artwork-important you treat them differently,  the main differences in dealing with errors created by humans and technology. Another source of error can be attributed to the … Continue reading

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Technical errors versus human errors with labelling and artwork- important you treat them differently

In my previous blog post, Working with your external partners to ensure an effective response to an artwork related drug recall, I talked about the significance and impact of labeling and artwork errors in your company. In this blog I … Continue reading

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