Pharmaceutical Process Engineering is an often-overlooked area in the field of pharmaceutical manufacturing. It calls for a high degree of precision and coordinates technical expertise and communication between professionals involved at diverse levels of the manufacturing unit, such as pharmaceutical researchers, chemical engineers and industrial. It is concerned with how pharmaceutical development is related to the application of major concepts and important unit operations in the field of pharmaceutical engineering.
Development and adaption of technology is one of the major bottlenecks of pharmaceutical process engineering. The major changes that digitization has brought into areas such as say, education and automobiles are yet to be fully realized in pharmaceutical process engineering. The benefits of digitization are yet to be felt and fully put into use in the crucial areas of pharmaceuticals, such as manufacturing -which, being a high precision area, offers tremendous scope for the use of conceptualizations such as the Internet of Things (IoT)- supply chain management, and Quality Control.
Lack of integration between the core functions and regulatory pressures are often cited as major reasons for which pharmaceutical process engineering is yet to catch up with the drastic changes wrought by technology.
Full understanding of the area of Pharmaceutical Process Engineering
A complete assessment of the present scenario in the pharmaceutical process engineering field, along with the its prospects for the future will be made at a webinar that is being organized by Compliance4All, a leading provider of professional trainings for all the areas of regulatory compliance. At this session, Co-founder and CEO of CGMP University Inc. Training and consulting organization and well-known author of several books relating to GMP; David Muchemu, will be the speaker.
Want to understand the importance and the prospects of this very vital area of pharmaceutical process engineering? Then, please register for this webinar by visiting Choosing process variables to control
Preventing flare-up of issues
David will help participants understand how to avoid being in situations where issues arise after scale up. The main reason this happens is that process variables and their parameters are never established based on hard data and engineering realities. David will offer a solution that combines engineering factors and scientific data collected in the lab into process control to counter such problems. He will explain the following major topics relating to these:
o The process concept
o Design of Experiment: DOE
o Choosing process variables to control
o Process validation
o Process scale-up
o Batch reactors
Of high value to professionals in pharmaceutical process engineering, such as Quality Engineers, Manufacturing Engineers and Line Managers; this webinar will cover the following areas:
o Quality Risk Management Defined
o Compliance Requirements for Quality Risk Management
o The Quality Risk Management Model
o Quality Risk Management Life Cycle.
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