PHAMF-CT Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Courses and Descriptions

PHAR-1232Pharmaceutics, Quality, Compliance

This course delivers, through classroom lectures, the principles and application of good manufacturing practices in a pharmaceutical manufacturing environment. Major compliance areas such as good documentation, the importance of records, training, and good sanitation and hygiene practices will be emphasized. Students will be able to describe important aspects of premise design, construction, and maintenance and the impact that equipment can have in the prevention of product contamination and maintaining the quality of the product throughout the manufacturing cycle. The use of audit is described. The general organization of a pharmaceutical company including the types of products they produce is described. An overview of the relationship between regulatory agencies, inspection and pharmaceutical companies is explained. The difference between innovator drugs and generics and an explanation of a patent is included.

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