The world of GMP compliance has dramatically changed with FDA stressing pre-approval inspections, risk management, investigations and CAPA, quality systems approaches, and process and analytical technology (PAT) applications. If you last passed an FDA inspection more than four years ago, or if you have never faced an FDA inspection, you will be unprepared for FDA’s 21st-century inspection methods. This course provides all the background information and key techniques needed to guarantee a cost-effective, first-time pass through an FDA inspection— whether for a pharmaceutical product, an active pharmaceutical ingredient (API), a medical device or a biological product. All API, medical device, diagnostic product manufacturer, biotechnology product or pharmaceutical manufacturers—no matter in which country they operate—must pass an on-site FDA inspection of their facilities and operations if products are to be sold in the United States.
This webinar is designed to provide background and insight into the inspection process, as well as practical strategies and tactics that a company must know and implement in order to have the potential to pass an inspection the first time through. The webinar covers everything you need to know—from the background to the inspection, including the importance of the commitments made in the product application (the DMF, the NDA, the BLA or the PMA). In addition we will discuss the differences between good science and GMP compliance issues. The inspection process itself will be analyzed and reviewed in a manner that will allow you to immediately begin effective strategizing on how to pass the inspection. Nothing has been left out. The course touches on everything, and we do mean everything, you need to know to have a smooth and successful inspection.
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Michael Anisfeld, is senior consultant for Globepharm Consulting specializing in GMP/Quality activities for the healthcare manufacturing industries. In his current position he numbers among his clients United Nations Agencies, national regulatory agencies (including the US-FDA) and more than 200 pharmaceutical, medical device, biotechnology and bulk pharmaceutical companies in North America, Europe and Asia. Mr. Anisfeld has established and directed quality control, quality assurance, production and materials management functions in the industry. He has instituted innovative, cost-effective auditing Programmes for his clients, ensuring that they pass regulatory inspections the first time. With over twenty-five years expertise in the healthcare industry, Mr. Anisfeld has held senior management positions in international technology transfer, quality assurance, quality control and production.
In the course of his career, he has designed pharmaceutical, medical device and bulk pharmaceutical chemical facilities in seven countries. A member of the faculty of the University of Illinois, where he lectures in pharmaceutical technology, Mr. Anisfeld holds higher degrees in Pharmaceutical Technology (M.Sc.), Management (MSM) and Business Administration (MBA). An active member of many European and American regulatory and technical associations, he has served on the Board of Directors of the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) and been chairman of its quality control and aseptic processing task groups. He currently serves on the FIP Task Force on Counterfeit Drugs and other international industry forums. An acclaimed international lecturer on the subject of GMP and quality topics, Mr. Anisfeld is also a prolific author on these subjects. He is the editor and author of many texts, including: International Drug GMPs, International Device GMPs, and Guide to FDA Pre-Approval Inspections, Sterile Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, and PDA’s monograph Validation of Aseptic Processing of Liquid Drug Products.
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