Suite of deliverables to support the forecast and demand planning process and complement the FDP Toolkit. They include an optimal process, RACI and template. These areas are where there is potential for the greatest benefit and will create value for industry when used correctly.
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BioPhorum has defined a best practice approach to the registration of innovative and complex raw materials. The approach is based on quality by design(QBD) principles. It is applicable to different families of non-compendial raw materials in the manufacture of biologics. The approach has already been used by BioPhorum member organizations and accepted by national health authorities.
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Industry proposal for a simplified registration process of complex and innovative raw materials in Europe
This paper proposes a solution, applicable to all innovative and complex raw materials, to the challenges the biopharmaceutical industry faces with the registration of complex and innovative raw materials in Europe. The biopharmaceutical industry has designed a direct solution to the issue and identified a way to higher quality regulatory submissions, enhanced knowledge, understanding, control and robustness of its products and processes.
Slide Deck – A Standardized Risk Assessment Tool and Harmonized Approach for Selection and Definition of Environmental Monitoring points
The slides that support the webinar presentation ‘An industry perspective on common practise in forced degradation studies of biopharmaceuticals’, presented on 15 June 2021.
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