Read, Learn, Innovate: Top Blog Posts from March 2020
Featured in this edition of iSpeak Reading Roundup, are the top blog posts from March 2020. Discover key insights for cleaning validation practices, risk-based approaches to quality, and more for what the pharmaceutical industry was reading last month.
As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, our thoughts are with our Members and those impacted. We recognize that the ever-changing impact of this novel virus is disruptive to so many aspects of our personal and professional lives. We are not insulated from these disruptions; but I want to assure you that ISPE is here to support your knowledge and connectivity needs.
This Blog focuses on the topic of infrastructure, covering recommendations made by an FDA / industry team linked to the FDA Case for Quality initiative, and the GAMP re-examination of approaches to infrastructure.
One predominant and common element within our pharmaceutical industry, is our devotions to patients. Within supply chain there is always a focus on ensuring the right product is delivered to the right place at the right time in order to ensure patient safety and the continuity of medicinal supplies. With the spread of COVID-19 across 117 countries and counting, every supply chain needs to evaluate their global footprint and develop contingency plans within their end to end operations.
ISPE places the health and safety of its members, staff, and the broader ISPE global community as its top priority. As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, the ISPE Drug Shortages Initiatives Team encourages everyone to follow the available safety and health guidance applicable to your communities. Additionally, ISPE has a long-standing commitment to preventing and mitigating drug shortages.
The topic of continuous manufacturing has drawn considerable interest across all modalities of pharmaceutical manufacturing. Thus far much of the progress has been seen in small molecule drug product manufacturing platforms where multiple products have...
The design, construction, commissioning, qualification, and continued performance of water and steam systems for the pharmaceutical industry present significant challenges. These systems need to meet Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) regulations...