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This seminar will explain the main principles behind a QbD approach and provide guidelines in how to implement the concepts into a pharmaceutical development organization. Topics covered will include the target product quality profile, risk assessment, methods to establish a design space, and design of a control strategy. This review will help bridge the gap between understanding the principles and practical application.

To aid the learning process, the principles of QbD will be applied to a specific program, implementation of the new Elemental Impurity guidelines, ICH Q3D. Practical implementation of ICH Q3D requires a risk based approach, but the fundamental challenge is to find a means to categorize risk. This means an exhaustive assessment of all the components of manufacturing including API, excipients, water, manufacturing equipment, processing aids, and container closure system to determine their contributions to all elemental impurities. Alternatively, it is possible to simply do final product testing on finished dosage forms. This carries the risk, however, that failure here involves discarding the batch.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completing this course participants should:

  • Understand the principles behind using QbD to develop a pharmaceutical product including
  • Understand what is meant by Quality be Design
  • Understand the benefits from applying a QbD approach
  • Provide key steps to implement a QbD program
  • Understand the important tools used to implement a QbD approach
  • Understand how to utilize a risk-based approach to address implementation of elemental impurities requirements
Seminar Fee Includes:
Lunch
AM-PM Tea/Coffee
Seminar Material
USB with seminar presentation
Hard copy of presentation
Attendance Certificate
$100 Gift Cert for next seminar

Areas Covered:

ObD principles discussed include:

  • Quality Target Product Profile (QTPP)
  • Risk Assessment
  • Using Models
  • Design of Experiments
  • Developing a Design Space
  • Process Analytical Technology (PAT)
  • FMEA and Control Plan
  • Target Operational Profile
  • Control Strategy
  • Elemental Impurities (Q3D) Risk Assessment Strategies

Who will Benefit:

This course is designed for people tasked with developing, filing, and manufacturing pharmaceutical products especially small molecule oral dosage forms. This includes individuals that have responsibilities for formulation development, scale-up, filing, and commercial manufacture of dosage forms as well as maintaining the high quality of those products. Following personnel will benefit from the course:

  • Senior quality managers
  • Quality professionals
  • Regulatory professionals
  • Compliance professionals
  • Production managers
  • Manufacturing engineers
  • Production engineers
  • Process owners
  • Quality engineers
  • Quality auditors
  • Development professionals
  • Senior development managers

Topic Background:

The benefits of applying the QbD principles in the pharmaceutical industry have been well advertised. Most important are the direct benefits to our primary customer; the patient. Per Janet Woodcock M.D. Director, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), Food and Drug Administration “All products are designed and developed to be of high quality; QbD provides a structured framework for developing, documenting and presenting development rationale, experience and knowledge of the formulation and the process, and to ensure manufacture of products consistently fit for patient use.” Application of these principles can also benefit the pharmaceutical companies by improving manufacturing efficiency and promoting innovation. However, implementing these principles into the pharmaceutical development culture can be challenging. QbD involves a complex set of interactions, technologies and systems that are not easy to grasp.

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Day 01(8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)
  • 08.30 AM - 09.00 AM: Registration
  • 09.00 AM: Session Start
  • Introductions and QbD Overview
    • QbD Overview
    • What is QbD
    • What does a QbD program look like
  • Quality Target Profile Introduction (QTPP)
    • QTPP ICH background
    • Factors to consider
    • Implementation
  • Introduction to Risk Evaluations and Early Risk Assessments
    • Description
    • Information flow
    • Tool Use example
    • Benefits
  • Integrating the QTPP and risk assessments into your development program
    • Mapping QTPP and Risk Assessments into the scientific investigations
    • Prioritizing efforts
    • Identifying Critical Quality Attributes
  • Design Space Development
    • Definition
    • Concepts to develop a design space
    • Graphical representation
  • Later Stage Risk Evaluations. (FMEA)
    • Purpose of an FMEA
    • Design and application
  • Designing the Control Strategy
    • Definition
    • Approach for developing
  • Technology Transfer
    • Definition and Importance of Technology Transfer
    • The use of gated review processes
    • Tools and templates
Day 02(8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)
  • Elemental Impurities: Background
  • EI limits and comparative requirements between ICH vs FDA
    • Calculations of Dosage Form Limits
    • EI Prioritization by toxicity
  • Various Strategies for Implementation
    • Test every finished batch for all EI
    • Risk Based Assessment
      • Common document approach
      • Where to focus attention
    • Component approach vs final product testing
    • FDA guidance
    • Decision-making based on safety, economics, product risk
  • Required documentation, submissions
    • Regulatory
      • Product Risk Assessment
      • Results of testing conductedv
      • Regulatory submissions-new specs, methods, validations
    • Quality
      • New GMP procedures to demonstrate compliance
      • Change management controls
  • Manufacturing Process Analysis
    • Water
    • API
    • Excipients
    • Stainless transfer tanks and lines
    • Container Closure System
  • Analytical Testing, Validation, Transfer
    • Placing an R&D method in a plant environment
    • Instrument selection criteria
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Steven Laurenz

Steven Laurenz,
Principal Consultant, BioPhia Consulting Inc

Expertise: Over 25 years of technical leadership experience in product development, process development, technology transfer, and process optimization. Skilled in taking new products from early laboratory stage to successful manufacturing launch. Expert in integrating Quality by Design and risk management into product development. Experience in establishing a Quality System for a R&D Quality Assurance organization.

Experience: Headed product development departments at Abbott Laboratories and AbbVie Inc. Leadership positions in numerous technical consortium.

Other: Black Belt certified in Business Excellence and Master Certificate in Applied Statistics

Barrett Rabinow

Barrett Rabinow,
Ph.D, Consultant

Barrett Rabinow was previously a Baxter Distinguished Scientist at Baxter Healthcare Corporation where he worked for over 39 years. He received his A.B. from Cornell University in 1968 and a Ph.D. in Chemistry in 1974 from the University of Chicago. From 1975-1976, he completed postdoctoral fellowships in electrochemistry, and in clinical chemistry at Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. From 1976-1977, he served as Director, Clinical Chemistry Laboratory, Norwegian-American Hospital in Chicago. He then joined Baxter Healthcare Corporation in 1977. His positions of increasing responsibility led to the position of Director, Chemistry, where he oversaw chemistry, particle science, material science, polymer technology, and manufacturing troubleshooting for the parenterals solutions business. Dr. Rabinow has been active in industry task forces, organized by the Parenteral Drug Association, AdvaMed, Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, and the International Standards Organization as well as collaborative studies with USP, FDA, and NIH. For six years, he identified and evaluated new business opportunities, leading to Baxter acquisitions. He has developed lifecycle reformulations of drugs with new pharmacological characteristics in the area of nanosuspensions and stereoisomers. He led a team developing innovative lean stability testing protocols for parenteral solutions. Dr. Rabinow has numerous patents to his credit in the area of pharmaceutical formulations, nanoformulations, and biomaterials. He has authored four book chapters and over 40 articles, in the areas of physical-organic chemistry, clinical and analytical chemistry, trace metals, biomaterials, packaging, pharmaceutical science, drug delivery, pharmacokinetics, pharmacology and drug targeting.

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