Monthly activity report for the Certification of Substances Department (DCEP).
The EODD is held again in Switzerland. Swisstransplant marks the occasion with a big celebration on the Bundesplatz in Bern.
The 2018 subscription of three non-cumulative supplements (9.3, 9.4 and 9.5) to the 9th Edition of European Pharmacopoeia is now available for purchase via the EDQM Store.
Supplement 9.3 of the Ph. Eur. is now available. CEP holders are invited to update their applications according to the revised monographs that will be implemented on the 1st of January 2018, and to follow the instructions given
The monograph for Etanercept (2895) – adopted by the Ph. Eur. Commission at its 156th Session, November 2016 – will not be published in Ph. Eur. Supplement 9.3 (publication date July 2017); as a consequence, the implementation date of the monograph will not be 1 January 2018. As agreed with the Ph. Eur. Commission at the time the monograph was adopted, publication has been postponed to ensure...
Users of CEPs are invited to provide comments on draft monographs published in Pharmeuropa 29.3 before 30 September 2017.
The latest monthly activity report for the Certification of Substances Department (DCEP) is now available.
Pharmeuropa contains draft pharmacopoeial texts for which the European Pharmacopoeia Commission is seeking comment.
Do not miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge and familiarise yourself with the the Procedure of Certification of Suitability to the monographs of the European Pharmacopoeia (CEP).
The EDQM will hold an international symposium on 10-11 October 2017 in Strasbourg (France) to present and discuss recent achievements, as well as future perspectives, of the Ph. Eur. in the microbiology field.
Discover our new brochure explaining what the MEDICRIME Convention is and how it works to fight the falsification of medical products and similar crimes, thus protecting public health.
The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe has recently adopted Resolution CM/Res(2017)2 on establishing procedures for the management of patients having received an organ transplant abroad upon return to their home country to receive follow-up.
The EDQM has issued a guidance document which will allow Blood Establishments’ (BEs) laboratories to identify causes for non-satisfactory results in Blood Proficiency Testing Schemes (B-PTS) studies. These studies (six are run per year by the EDQM), based on inter-laboratory comparisons, are a form of external assessment of the testing capability of BEs’ laboratories across Europe, which allows...
The EDQM has just published its 2016 Annual Report. The report is an opportunity to review the different activities of the past year and reflect on what the EDQM accomplished and developed.
The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe has adopted Resolution CM/Res(2017)1 on principles for the selection, evaluation, donation and follow-up of the non-resident living organ donors.