Course No 16684Pre-course Session: Investigational Medicinal Products (IMP) QP Education Course
20 March 2019, Prague, Czech Republic
Non-EQPA/Non-ECA Members: EUR 990,--
EQPA/ECA Members: EUR 890,--
EU GMP Inspectorates: EUR 495,--
(All prices excl. VAT)
Tel.: +49 (0)6221 / 84 44 0 E-Mail: email@example.com
If you have any questions, please contact us:
Dr Susanne Ding, Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany
Sue Mann, Sue Mann Consultancy, U.K.
Brenda Van Assche, Janssen, Belgium
This pre-course session provides a detailed overview of the specific characteristics in IMP manufacturing a QP must know to certify IMP batches for the release for clinical trials.
The manufacture of investigational medicinal products (IMPs), including labelling, packaging, testing and certification, is carried out in accordance with the applicable GMP regulations. However, this is not a routine process, since, among other things, manufacturing and packaging procedures might be different for each and every clinical trial.
The Qualified Person (QP) must therefore take into account these particularities and the GMP/GCP interface.
New colleagues becoming IMP QPs, QPs looking for continuous training and personnel of CROs and “non-commercial” IMP organisations.
Specific legal requirements for IMPs
- Different clinical phases I to IV, focus on patient safety
- Undefined processes (manufacture, fit for purpose control strategy, etc.)
- Why use risk assessments & how to apply – vital core
- of a IMP quality system
- Diversity: IMP manufacturers, start-ups, academia…
GMP meets clinical trials – Differences between IMPs and commercial Products
- Clinical Trial Regulation EU No. 536/2014 and the “old” Annex 13 and Directives 2001/20/EC and 2003/94/C
- The “new” ATMP regulation
- Packaging & labeling
- Blinding / placebos
- NIMPs / AMPs
- Where to apply validation activities
- The Product Specification File (PSF)
- 3rd country manufacture of IMPs: import and the QP Declaration
GMP meets GCP
- IMPD, CTA, IND etc.
- Regulatory compliance and the two step release procedure
- Interaction with clinical sites