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Overcoming Documentation Problems in the Pharmaceutical Industry
A five part video mini-series. Watch these free preview clips! (click the hyperlinks below). 

Part 1 - Plain and Simple - In the first segment titled "Plain and Simple," the student explores common documentation problems experienced in many pharmaceutical companies. David Wiley, playing the role of an FDA inspector clarifies how the FDA interprets such documentation problems. Barbara Atwater, Vice-President of Quality for Qualstar Pharmaceutical reinforces the importance of following procedures.

Part 2 - It's Happening All The Time Around Here - In the second segment titled "It's Happening All The Time Around Here," David Wiley explores additional unacceptable documentation practices found in a variety of different records in the pharmaceutical industry. The focus of David's comments in this section is blank spaces in documents. Barbara clarifies the proper technique for handling blank spaces in records.

Part 3 - What's In Your Hand? - In the third segment titled "What's In Your Hand?" David Wiley clarifies the expectations of the FDA with regard to capturing information in control documents. In this segment Barbara identifies several reasons for failing to properly document employees work.

Part 4 - Correcting Those Errors - In the fourth segment titled "Correcting Those Errors," David Wiley identifies several unacceptable error correction practices in the pharmaceutical industry. In this segment Barbara clarifies the rules as applied at Qualstar Pharmaceutical for correcting errors in documents.

Part 5 - Out The Gate Before You're Eight - In the fifth segment titled "Out The Gate Before You're Eight," David Wiley discusses the concerns the FDA has when they discover falsified information and documents. Barbara clarifies the Qualstar practice, and common industry consequences for falsification and records.


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