Quality Management System (QMS)

PE Magazine
ISPE held an Expert Xchange on 18 January 2022 that included presentations and interactive exercises that generated new and useful insights into the current effectiveness of the knowledge that flows into QRM and how a knowledge map can be used to diagnose opportunities to improve KM. The exercises also helped identify the types of knowledge generated during QRM. These insights demonstrated the opportunity to improve risk-based decision-making by uniting risk and knowledge through a suitable framework such as the Risk-Knowledge Infinity (RKI) Cycle.
iSpeak Blog
ICH Q10 outlines three objectives: achieve product realization, establish and maintain a state of control, and facilitate continual improvement. Embracing these objectives can be best achieved using the dual enablers, Knowledge Management (KM) and Quality Risk Management (QRM). The pharmaceutical industry has made significant progress in adopting QRM into systems and processes. However, the...
Guidance Docs
Health authorities and regulators are increasingly looking for much higher levels of traceability during the manufacture of parenteral medicines. The...
Online Exclusives
Knowledge management (KM) has been a recognized discipline for over 20 years in other industries, although within the biopharmaceutical industry, its discussion and formal implementation have been slow to gain momentum. The topic gained regulatory significance in 2008 when the ICH guidance document Pharmaceutical Quality System: Q10 included knowledge management as a key enabler of a...
Training
Through lecture and group exercises this course illustrates how quality systems work, the purpose of the different elements, how they connect to each other and how to recognize and transfer knowledge/connectivity throughout the organization. The diagram below from ICH Q10, covers the product life....