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  • Press Release - Pharmacopoeial Discussion Group - April 2019
    Pharmacopoeial Discussion Group videoconference meeting
  • Press release - Outcome of the 163rd Session of the European Pharmacopoeia Commission - March 2019
    During its 163rd session, held in Strasbourg on 19-20 March 2019, the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) Commission elected Prof. Torbjörn Arvidsson (Sweden) as its Chair. As the 19th Chair of the Ph. Eur. Commission since its establishment in 1964, Prof. Arvidsson will be supported by two Vice-chairs who will be elected in June. Together they will guide the work of the Commission for a term of three years, from June 2019 to June 2022.
  • Press release - Joint EDQM-USP symposium - March 2019
    Joint EDQM-USP symposium illustrates use of pharmacopoeial reference standards Established specifically for their intended use, pharmacopoeial reference standards are thoroughly characterised and their uses may go beyond those described in compendia, although a clear-cut distinction between quantitative use and qualitative use is essential. For example, compendial assay standards for APIs may be used for assay of finished products as long as specific criteria are fulfilled, as stated in chapter 5.12 of the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.).
  • Press release - 20 years of sampling & testing programme for medicines authorised for the EU - March 2019
    20 years of sampling & testing programme for medicines authorised for the EU The European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines & Healthcare (EDQM) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) have reviewed EMA’s sampling and testing programme for centrally authorised medicines on the EU/EEA market, which has been organised yearly since 1998.
  • Press Release - EDQM and EU Commission discuss improving plasma supply management and donor protection - February 2019
    The EDQM and the European Commission (EC) brought together stakeholders involved in the field of plasma to discuss ways forward for improving plasma supply management and donor protection, during a symposium organised in Strasbourg on 29 and 30 January 2019. As emphasised by those present at the meeting, this was the first time that all stakeholders in the sector had met to exchange their views on how to increase the supply of plasma for fractionation in Europe, while ensuring adequate protection of both donors and patients.
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