GAMP Quality beyond Compliance
GAMP CoP Benelux invites you to its ½ day event about ‘GAMP - Quality beyond Compliance’ at Sanquin, Amsterdam (NL) on 24 April 2019.
Takeaways about data quality coming from last published industry and regulator guidances (GAMP Data Integrity Good Practice Guide, PIC/S).
Explore and discuss with peers about how to build (and maintain) quality in System Life Cycle documentation management.
Event is open for ISPE members (FREE of CHARGE) and non-ISPE members.
Registration required, limited seats.
Do you want to know more about Deming Management Method? Join the 8-hours interactive conversation/workshop with Mr. Bill Bellows Ph.D (Deputy Director, W.Edwards Deming Institute) at Amsterdam on April, 25th.
|Event date||24-Apr-2019 13:30|
|Event End Date||24-Apr-2019 19:30|
|Registration Start Date||15-Feb-2019|
Welcome & Introduction
GAMP COP Benelux
Keynote speech about Quality
Deming Management Method Mr. Bill Bellow, Ph.D. - Deputy Director, W. Edwards Deming Institute Do you want to know more about Deming Management Method? Join the 8-hours interactive conversation/workshop with Mr. Bill Bellows Ph.D (Deputy Director, W.Edwards Deming Institute) at Amsterdam on April, 25th..
Interactive Q&A session
Interactive Q&A session about takeaways for Life Science Industry Frans Leijse - GAMP CoP Benelux
GAMP DI good practice guide
Takeaways of last published GAMP DI good practice guide Tom De Rudder - GAMP Global SIG Data Integrity member
PIC/S guidance about data quality
Takeways of last published PIC/S guidance about data quality Frans Boeijen – iValidate.it
How to build quality in System Life Cycle documentation management : tools, lessons learned, Janssen Pharmaceutica
Discussion about System Life Cycle documentation management tools Pascal Vande Gucht – GAMP CoP Benelux
Wrap-up & closing
GAMP CoP Benelux
sponsored by Sanquin
Deputy Director W. Edwards Deming Institute
Bill joined The W. Edwards Deming Institute® in October 2016 as the Deputy Director. In this role, Bill works in collaboration with The Deming Institute's "Leadership and Staff". Prior to joining The Deming Institute, Bill was employed by Aerojet Rocketdyne in Canoga Park, California, serving as an Associate (Technical) Fellow, focusing on "thinking about thinking" with applicability to the design, development, and production of liquid rocket engines. In a 26-year career that spanned ownership of “Rocketdyne” by Rockwell International, Boeing, United Technologies, and Aerojet, Bill was widely known for his efforts to provide insights to the advantages of thinking together, learning together, and working together.