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What a Scuba Diving Incident Can Teach Pharma About Quality Systems

At the International GMP Conference at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, in early March 2020 co-sponsored by FDA, Procter & Gamble Quality Leader and Leadership Coach Steve Greer provided a compelling, true story about a scuba diving incident and used the lessons learned as an analogy for how to ensure that pharma quality systems function properly.

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Enforcement Spotlight: Retests Prove Key Data Integrity Concern in Recent Warning Letter

On April 24, FDA issued a warning letter to contract testing laboratory International Trading Pharm Lab Inc., located in Paterson, N.J. Consumer Safety Officer Niketa Patel conducted the initial inspection October 15-29, 2019. This inspection resulted in a 483 and an Official Action Indicated classification due to data integrity issues.

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Scuba Divers

What a Scuba Diving Incident Can Teach Pharma About Quality Systems

At the International GMP Conference at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, in early March 2020 co-sponsored by FDA, Procter & Gamble Quality Leader and Leadership Coach Steve Greer provided a compelling, true story about a scuba diving incident and used the lessons learned as an analogy for how to ensure that pharma quality systems function properly.

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Scuba Divers

What a Scuba Diving Incident Can Teach Pharma About Quality Systems

At the International GMP Conference at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, in early March 2020 co-sponsored by FDA, Procter & Gamble Quality Leader and Leadership Coach Steve Greer provided a compelling, true story about a scuba diving incident and used the lessons learned as an analogy for how to ensure that pharma quality systems function properly.

Read More »