We are pleased to announce that following a close partnership with one of our clients we now have available a one-hour on-line course designed to provide people new to the pharmaceutical industry with an appreciation of the main requirements of Good Distribution...
The European Union’s guidelines on Good Distribution Practice (GDP) were updated at the end of 2013. This post covers an overview of the main differences between GDP and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP). The current GDP guidelines can be found here GDP...
Good Distribution Practice, or GDP, is the standard used to cover the movement and transport of materials. Historically GDP covered the movement of finished product from the pharmaceutical manufacturing site to the wholesalers and retailers and strictly speaking this...
About Inspired Pharma
We help people in pharma organisations to continually improve their regulatory systems to gain competitive advantage and ensure compliance.
We offer a wide range of highly praised and respected ‘live online interactive’/classroom and online training courses and also provide our global pharma clients with consultancy support. Our ‘live online interactive’/classroom courses are available on a public schedule and also can be customised for in-house delivery at a client site.
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Most of our public courses are currently being delivered using our proven 'live online interactive' courseware enabling you to attend the course from your home or workplace and be heard and seen throughout, just as you would be if we were in a room together. In 2022 we began to once again offer traditional classroom courses - see details on each course page.
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Each course typically consists of 10-20 minute chapters of content followed by a quiz based assessment. The QP courses feature tutor assessment too. The learning is accessed over the internet using desktop computers, laptops, tablets and even smartphones.