Topics such as quality of syringe manufacture, quality of syringe components and why, quality of filling (volume check, reject reduction), quality of inspection and product release will be discussed in detail.
★★★★★ "It was very good, I was impressed, I would have loved to do this course in person but this was a goo... more"
30 Mar 2023 + 2 more dates
This intensive one-day course has been designed to offer a comprehensive, practical, and usable review of the production of PFS and will provide the latest information on all aspects of the process from PFS components, manufacture and packaging for fill/finish through to final (post-fill) inspection. Quality will be a key focus of the programme and there will be extensive coverage of improvements in the manufacturing process, including advances in cleanroom technology and sterilisation. Other sessions will address visual inspection and the latest regulatory requirements to ensure that you are fully up to date. The faculty of speakers will provide key guidance and advice from their practical experience in this field and there will be ample opportunity for discussion.
This event is ideal for pharma start-ups, small and medium-sized pharma companies, CROs, CMOs, machine suppliers, hospital dispensaries, and anyone new to PFS or wanting to learn more in a relaxed and open environment. It will be of value to those working in the area of PFS with responsibility for device programmes, product development, product life cycle management, regulatory affairs, quality assurance and combination products. Drug delivery specialists, business development managers and product development managers will also find this course beneficial.
Dale Charlton is a Freelance Consultant for automation and fill / finish. Dale has spent a lifelong career in Life Sciences and Biotechnology encompassing both the academic and industrial sectors. Dale worked in a technical capacity in basic R&D at a major University and EMBL Heidelberg before embarking on a more formal academic career in biotechnology and studying for a PhD within the Drug Discovery Group of Pfizer into growth factor research (rGH, GHRF, IgF) . With industrial spells at Porton Down and Pittman-Moore (formerly Glaxo Animal Vaccines) in API and API scale-up, Dale settled back into biotech manufacture and moved more into the supply chain of finished drug products for small molecules & biologics, first as the MD of a life sciences distribution company and later as Director of Business Development, Optima pharma in sterile production automation. Having worked in the pharmaceutical industry from R&D to finished drug product, Dale has a unique understanding of the entire drug development life cycle and offers insight from both the pharma and a suppliers perspective.
Dr. Andreas Rothmund is Qualified Person (retd) at Vetter Pharma-Fertigung in Ravensburg, Germany, an independent contract manufacturer specialised in the aseptic production of pre-filled application systems. He started his industrial career in 1985 as a lab manager. After two years he took over production responsibility for a German company specialised in eye drops and eye ointments, a position he held for nearly eight years.
He joined Vetter in 1994, where he has held several positions, including Head of Production for one of Vetter’s aseptic production units. He holds a degree in organic chemistry from the University of Constance, Germany.
NEW higher discounts for multiple bookings - bring your colleagues to make your training budget go further:
Please contact us for pricing if you are interested in booking 5 or more delegates
30 Mar 2023
09:30-16:45 UK (London) (UTC+01)
10:30-17:45 Paris (UTC+02)
04:30-11:45 New York (UTC-04)
Course code 12557
Until 23 Feb
27-28 Jul 2023
13:30-16:45 UK (London) (UTC+01)
14:30-17:45 Paris (UTC+02)
08:30-11:45 New York (UTC-04)
Course code 12558
Until 22 Jun
8 Nov 2023
09:30-16:45 UK (London) (UTC+00)
10:30-17:45 Paris (UTC+01)
04:30-11:45 New York (UTC-05)
Course code 12664
Until 04 Oct
* Early booking discounts may not be combined with other discounts or offers. As such, the discounts for 2nd/3rd/4th delegates are based on the full price.
It was very good, I was impressed, I would have loved to do this course in person but this was a good alternative. The speakers were very good, very knowledgeable but also good at teaching/ relating information. The presentations were easy to follow, it was useful to have the documents there to follow along as the speakers talked. All the content was relevant to the topic and occasional humus. I enjoyed the course and would recommend Management Forum to my colleagues.
Mar 30 2022
Senior Laboratory Technician, Medical Engineering Technologies
Mar 27 2019
Very knowledgeable and helped answer numerous questions. Very helpful and interested in individual challenges.
Production Manager, Torbay Pharmaceuticals
Mar 20 2017
Very informative, good overview of PFS development. Speakers were knowledgeable.
Associate Bioedical Engineer, Meridian Medical Technologies, a Pfizer Company
Mar 20 2017
Friendly, knowledgeable people. I would have liked to go a bit deeper into the technical parts (syringes, tubs, machines)
Marc van Nispen
Project Engineer, EMCM B.V.
United States of America
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