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Microbiologists become more 'cultured' after annual conference Special

Nottingham - The importance of a contamination control strategy and a science-based approach to addressing microbial issues are the key elements for any pharmaceutical microbiologist’s toolbox. These were the main lessons from the Pharmig annual conference.

Microbiologists 'colonize' Nottingham to discuss hot topics Special

Nottingham - Each November pharmaceutical microbiologists converge for the annual Pharmig conference to discuss medicinal safety and the latest developments in all-things microbiology. On day one of year's event pharmaceutical regulators outlined their expectations.

From nudge theory to sound science, microbiologists in Ireland Special

Dublin - From nudge theory, to the importance of looking at the science behind processes and procedures, the Pharmig microbiology conference in Ireland featured some of the hottest topics in the industry.

Microbiologists bring best practices to the Adriatic region Special

Sterile pharmaceutical products need to be manufactured to the highest possible standards and the technology, processes and regulatory expectations continue to shift. Understanding these changes was theme of a two-day event in the Adriatic region.

Microbiologists meet to make pharmaceutical manufacturing safer Special

Birmingham - Microbiologist met recently in the U.K. to discuss best practices for monitoring cleanroom environments (the space within which pharmaceutical medicines are produced). The theme of the event was on risk-assessment.

Risk assessment is central to making pharmaceuticals Special

Portmarnock - The manufacture of pharmaceuticals, and an evaluation of microbial hazards, requires a scientific approach to risk assessment. This was the key message from the recent Pharmig meeting on Quality Risk Management.

Assessing pharmaceutical quality control in Ireland Special

Dublin - Assessing risks and removing contamination from the processing environment, even in lower classified areas to avoid product contamination, were the key messages at the annual meeting for pharmaceutical microbiologists in Ireland.

Applying e-learning to pharma and healthcare: Interview Special

E-learning carries many advantages for companies, including delivering training remotely and with minimum disruption. One area of increased take-up is pharma. To understand how such training can be delivered, Laura Guardi of Pharmig explains.

New technologies and risk assessments needed for medicinal safety Special

Oxford - The need to invest in new technologies and a call for a new paradigm for approaching risk assessment were the keynote messages from the 2017 Pharmig conference, which focused on making medicines safe for patients.

Microbiologists review best practices for making medicines Special

Birmingham - The manufacture of medicines is at risk from cross-contamination from people, a result of the shedding of microorganisms. In February a special two-day conference considered how best to manage this risk.

Keeping medicines safe from microbial contamination Special

Nottingham - The U.K. hosts one major pharmaceutical microbiology event each year, hosted by Pharmig. Here practitioners hear from experts, discuss current trends and learn about new technology. The main theme was keeping medicines safe.

Microbiological safety of medicines discussed in Oxford Special

Oxford - The safety of medicines is of great importance, needing to be of the required formulation and contamination free. This week, in Oxford, U.K., pharmacists and microbiologists came together to review best practice.

Keeping medicines safe from contamination Special

Birmingham - This week in Birmingham, U.K. at the Making Pharmaceuticals exhibition a series of presentations focused on the themes of risk assessment and keeping the environment in which medicines are made clean and in control.

Keeping medicines microbe-free Special

Nottingham - This week some of Europe's leading microbiologists gathered in Nottingham (U.K.) for the Pharmaceutical Microbiology Interest Group (Pharmig) annual conference. One of the key themes was keeping medicines safe from harmful microorganisms.
 

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Delegates meeting with exhibitors at the Pharmig 2017 conference.
Delegates meeting with exhibitors at the Pharmig 2017 conference.
Tim Sandle presenting at the Pharmig environmental monitoring conference.
Tim Sandle presenting at the Pharmig environmental monitoring conference.
The three parts of the Pharmig e-learning platform for cleaning and disinfection.
The three parts of the Pharmig e-learning platform for cleaning and disinfection.
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Cleanroom suit - aimed at contamination control - at the Pharmig conference.
Cleanroom suit - aimed at contamination control - at the Pharmig conference.
A key part of many conferences is the opportunity to discuss test kits and disinfectants with suppli...
A key part of many conferences is the opportunity to discuss test kits and disinfectants with suppliers. The photograph shows delegates interacting with suppliers.
A man at an exhibition stand at the Pharmig event.
A man at an exhibition stand at the Pharmig event.
Sinead Cowman delivering her lecture at the Pharmig conference on data integrity.
Sinead Cowman delivering her lecture at the Pharmig conference on data integrity.
Miriam Guest addressing the 2019 Pharmig conference.
Miriam Guest addressing the 2019 Pharmig conference.
A conference delegate seeks expert consultation at one of the exhibition stands.
A conference delegate seeks expert consultation at one of the exhibition stands.
Pharmig stand at the conference  putting forward new ideas for pharmaceutical microbiology.
Pharmig stand at the conference, putting forward new ideas for pharmaceutical microbiology.
Delegates meandering among the exhibition stands at the Pharmig 2019 conference.
Delegates meandering among the exhibition stands at the Pharmig 2019 conference.
Tim Sizer  the Regional Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Officer South West  chairs day two.
Tim Sizer, the Regional Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Officer South West, chairs day two.
Visitors and exhibitors meet to discuss new innovations at Pharmig 2016.
Visitors and exhibitors meet to discuss new innovations at Pharmig 2016.
Pharmig committee members at the Pharmig stand  welcoming conference delegates.
Pharmig committee members at the Pharmig stand, welcoming conference delegates.
Conference pack for the Pharmig event.
Conference pack for the Pharmig event.
The lecture hall at the 2014 Pharmig microbiology conference (Nottingham  U.K.)
The lecture hall at the 2014 Pharmig microbiology conference (Nottingham, U.K.)
Dr. Edward Tidswell address the 2017 Pharmig conference.
Dr. Edward Tidswell address the 2017 Pharmig conference.
David Begg  a former medicines inspector  addresses the 2017 Pharmig conference.
David Begg, a former medicines inspector, addresses the 2017 Pharmig conference.
Delegates at the Pharmig conference  visiting exhibition stands in-between sessions.
Delegates at the Pharmig conference, visiting exhibition stands in-between sessions.
An array of apparatus for the microbiological monitoring of cleanrooms.
An array of apparatus for the microbiological monitoring of cleanrooms.

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