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7 Common Myths about QP Training Debunked - A Guide for Senior Managers

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7 Common Myths about QP Training Debunked - A Guide for Senior Managers

The role of the Qualified Person (QP) in the pharmaceutical industry is mandated by law. Every holder of a relevant Manufacturers Authorisation (human and veterinary) must have at least one QP; without one, no batch of medicinal product can be certified for release for sale.

At the end of 2015, with new, stronger guidelines, more product types requiring QP certification than ever before, a shortage of suitable qualified and experienced QPs is the last thing the UK industry needs.

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