This webinar will give you a clear structured overview and introduction, into the cybersecurity risk management in relation to the cybersecurity regulation in EU and US and its requirements in the EU and US.
The 80 problem solving process developed by the Department of Defense and driven by Ford Motor Company is a worldwide method used to improve quality address customer complaints and issues quickly and efficiently. The process helps develop rapid response to customer issues and complaints and strengthens business relationship with those customers and regulatory bodies. The process helps improve quality and supports and promotes prevention rather than simply the detection of problems.
Companies engaged in the conduct of human clinical trials must adhere to specific government regulatory requirements. Certain documents, content and images related to a clinical trial must be stored and maintained, and depending on the regulatory jurisdiction, this body of information may be stored in a trial master file (TMF). All of the data and documents supporting the planning, conduct and evaluation of a clinical trial must be of the highest integrity, which must be maintained through their entire life cycle. Computer System Validation will be discussed as a key methodology for meeting all of these requirements and assuring data/document integrity.
This webinar provides details regarding the generation of acceptance sampling plans often used in process validation and production control to ensure quality of final products. By attending this webinar, participants will be able understand the key inputs and issues involved in determining acceptance sampling plans. Sampling plans for attribute data are the primary focus although variable acceptance sampling plans are presented as well.
In today's rapidly evolving scientific landscape, the 90-minute webinar titled "Human Error and Documentation Practices in Good Laboratory Practices (GLP)" offers an essential exploration of the critical role that accurate and complete documentation plays in maintaining the integrity of research processes. Delving into the heart of Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), this enlightening session uncovers the intricate relationship between meticulous documentation and the reliability of scientific findings. Over the course of the webinar, attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of the multifaceted challenges posed by human errors within laboratory environments. With real-world examples, the webinar illustrates the potential consequences of inadequate documentation, underscoring the significance of precise record-keeping in safeguarding data integrity, research reproducibility, and regulatory compliance. Attendees will also glean valuable insights into common documentation errors and pitfalls, as well as invaluable strategies for bolstering documentation practices. From proactive measures and standardized procedures to fostering a culture of clarity and collaboration, participants will leave equipped with the tools to elevate their documentation practices and contribute to the overall credibility of their scientific endeavors.
Design History File (DHF) Remediation using Principles of Lean Documents and Lean Configuration. Does your DHF remediation process resemble the very mess that it is trying to resolve?
The Design History File (DHF) is the objective evidence that a medical device was designed per design control guidance and applicable regulations and standards. While it is retrospective in nature, it is the end result of a process that begins with planning and ends with Design Transfer and has the Device Master Record (DMR) as a deliverable.
This webinar will provide valuable guidance to regulated companies in development and implementation of Design Control Planning and Techniques for new or heavily changed product development under 21 CFR 820.30, "Design Control", and ISO 13485 7.3. Also regulatory compliance proof of "progress against plan", and other activities requiring a planned documented rationale. It should be an important part of a company's IP (Intellectual Property).
Computer system validation has been regulated by FDA for more than 30 years, as it relates to systems used in the manufacturing, testing and distribution of a product in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device or other FDA-regulated industries. The FDA requirements ensure thorough planning, implementation, integration, testing and management of computer systems used to collect, analyze and/or report data.
Electronic records and electronic signatures (ER/ES) came into play through guidelines established by FDA in 1997, and disseminated through 21 CFR Part 11. This code describes the basic requirements for validating and documenting ER/ES capability in systems used in an FDA-regulated environment.
This training program will list and enumerate relevant laws, regulations and standards required for health equity and patient-centered care of LGBT patients. It will discuss opportunities to collect LGBT–relevant data and information during the healthcare encounter and help chart strategic community outreach efforts to the LGBT population.
In this program, we will discuss the common statistics tools and techniques used in validation. Through real world examples and interactive exercises, we will demonstrate the basic concepts of statistics and how to apply them to your validation projects. Discussion will center around measures of variance, sample distributions, and expressions of variance. The session will conclude with a discussion of the concept of process capability and using process capability to set acceptance criteria for validation.
This webinar will provide an in-depth review of enforcement actions taken by the HHS OIG over the previous two months. We will also briefly review the Anti-Kickback Statute (“AKS”), discuss any new safe harbors, and OIG Advisory Opinions that have been issued.
This 21 CFR Part 11 compliance training will guide you through the requirements of Part 11 and will also explain its 3 primary areas: SOPs, product features and validation (10 step risk based approach).
This webinar will review not only the Anti-Kickback Statute and its safe harbors, but will provide an in-depth overview of OIG guidance and advisory opinions dealing with marketing activities, as well as a review of case law regarding marketing behavior.
ISO 14971:2019 has introduced significant changes including benefit, reasonably foreseeable misuse and state of the art, as well as the management of risks associated with medical devices. It is important to be aware of these changes as technology continues to emerge.
This webinar is intended for those working in the FDA-regulated tobacco and related industries, including e-liquids (vapor), e-cigarettes, cigars, and smokeless tobacco products. Functions that are applicable include research and development, manufacturing, Quality Control, distribution, clinical testing and management, adverse events management and post-marketing surveillance.
You should attend this webinar if you are responsible for planning, executing or managing the implementation of any system governed by FDA regulations, or if you are maintaining or supporting such a system.
The ability of artificial intelligence / machine learning software to learn from real-world feedback and improve its performance is spurring innovation and leading to the development of novel medical devices. The FDA recognizes AI's advantages and dangers and has started to outline its expectations of industry and device design, programming, unique validation issues, documentation and submissions.
EU's New Regulation 536/2014 on Clinical Trials to establish that a drug or device is safe and effective, tests are required. There are many preliminary tests, including lab tests, standards, guidance, etc. Finally the product must be tried out on humans / patients in a tightly controlled environment.