Author Archives: Andrew R Love

My April column has just been posted with Pharma IQ

My latest column has just been posted with Pharma IQ: Tips for your serialisation Strategy – Tips 1 and 2 To read it, please click here: We hope you find this column interesting.  We are always searching for ways to improve … Continue reading

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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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Working with your external partners to ensure an effective response to an artwork related drug recall

Pharmaceutical supply chains are becoming ever more complex, involving an increasing number of external partners.  This week, I want to speak about the external partners that might be involved in an artwork related drug recall and how pharma organisations can … Continue reading

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