Knowledge management - done differently
What is this site?
ICH Q10 Section 1.6.1: says: 'Product and process knowledge should be managed from development through the commercial life of the product up to and including product discontinuation. For example, development activities using scientific approaches provide knowledge for product and process understanding. Knowledge management is a systematic approach to acquiring, analysing, storing and disseminating information related to products, manufacturing processes and components. Sources of knowledge include, but are not limited to prior knowledge (public domain or internally documented); pharmaceutical development studies; technology transfer activities; process validation studies over the product lifecycle; manufacturing experience; innovation; continual improvement; and change management activities.'
Now this blog tries the perfect opposite of this :)
Random thoughts about pharma quality topics will be published here, hoping to make readers stop for a minute and think about them.