Catalogue of events and training resources
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Event to identify any gaps and opportunities for standards concerning modern nanoparticle-based formulations, which can be filled by the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.).
The EDQM has developed practical tools to assist European countries in establishing or strengthening contingency and emergency plans for blood supply. Learn more about the Blood Supply Contingency and Emergency Plan (B-SCEP)...
This webinar provides an overview of the revised version of the Ph. Eur. General Notices (as of Supplement 10.7).
This webinar covers the new electronic application forms (eAF), advice on their completion as well as how the new DCEP IT sharing tool should be used.
Webinar: Data Particulate contamination in parenteral preparations: what’s new in the Ph. Eur.? Are monoclonal antibodies a special case?
This webinar covers the major changes made to the general monograph, in particular where the testing and evaluation of particulate contamination is concerned. It also provides an insight into the draft general monograph on Monoclonal antibodies for human use (2031) that has been revised to bring...
Within the framework of the Grant Agreement between the European Commission and the EDQM/Council of Europe, this training course was organised to provide tissue establishments in Europe with the tools required for the successful implementation of a quality management system (QMS).
This webinar explains how to maintain the validity of a CEP once it has been granted.
Training course on biovigilance and on reporting of Serious Adverse Reactions and Events (SARE) in the field of tissues and cells organised within the framework of the Grant Agreement between the European Commission and the EDQM/Council of Europe.
This module provides information on how EDQM inspections for API manufacturers are organised, conducted and followed up.
This module covers in detail how to control impurities in active substances in the context of a CEP application.
This module is intended to help applicants to improve the quality of their dossiers. It also explains the basic principles for preparing a revision application.
The background and scope of the CEP procedure is explained, as well as details on how to read a CEP and use it in a MAA application.
Learn about chemical reference standards used in conjunction with Ph. Eur. monographs and general chapters.
Learn more about the Ph. Eur. policy on impurity control.
Focus on chemically defined active substances and medicinal products.
This module starts with a walk-through of the structure of the Ph. Eur. and explains the scope and correct use of General Monographs and Dosage Form Monographs as well as General Chapters.
Webinar: the Council of Europe Resolution on good reconstitution practices - A major contribution to the safety of patients receiving reconstituted medicines
This webinar provides some practical examples of how the provisions set out in the resolution can be transposed into national legislation and implemented in a hospital pharmacy setting.
Approaches for CEPs and the Ph. Eur. strategy with regard to nitrosamine control: current guidance and practical implementation
This webinar provides an update and detailed overview of the approaches for CEPs and the Ph. Eur. strategy with regard to controlling these impurities.
Webinar: Using recombinant factor C for bacterial endotoxin testing in the European Pharmacopoeia: how far have we come, how far have we to go?
This webinar is aimed at facilitating understanding of the Ph. Eur. approach to the use of recombinant factor C (rFC) as a reagent for bacterial endotoxin testing.
The EDQM, in collaboration with the EPAA and JRC, organised a virtual workshop (webinar sessions) on ‘Novel in vitro model as alternative to in vivo toxoid vaccines testing: Clostridium septicum vaccine as a proof of concept’.
This webinar covers data protection and how it applies to blood transfusion; the responsibilities, challenges and strategies used by blood establishments in managing the various types of data they process.
Focus on the new general chapter on the analysis of N-nitrosamine impurities in active substances.
Webinar: the Council of Europe ‘Resolution on the implementation of pharmaceutical care' - A step forward in the promotion of pharmaceutical care in Europe
This webinar explains the background to the ‘Resolution CM/Res(2020)3 on the implementation of pharmaceutical care for the benefit of patients and health services’ and how it can be used by policy...
The EDQM/Council of Europe, in collaboration with the EC, organised this virtual conference to provide stakeholders in the sector with a forum to discuss challenges and recent developments.
Webinar: the Implementation of the ICH Q3D Guideline on Elemental Impurities in the European Pharmacopoeia and the Certification Procedure
This webinar explains the implementation of ICH Q3D in the texts of the European Pharmacopoeia and the control of elemental impurities in medicinal products using the principles of risk management.
Webinar: Transplantation - Keep calm and use your QMS to carry on: Tissue banking in the new normality
This webinar reviews how quality management systems (QMS) can support tissue establishments in navigating the new normality following the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting national programmes for tissue donation from deceased donors and daily practices in tissue establishments, and to support forward-looking decisions.
This training helps users of the Ph. Eur. to use the new approach for extraneous agent testing, implemented on 1 July 2020.
Unique event to update stakeholders on the achievements and current work programme of the International Meeting of World Pharmacopoeias (IMWP).
This training session covers the work and procedures of the European Pharmacopoeia in detail, illustrates the concept of monographs and general chapters for biologicals, and provides some insight into the evolution of thinking and the latest trends in the field. This training session presents a...
Learn about the application of OCABR and OBPR of IVMPs in the EU/EEA.
Each year, the EDQM (Council of Europe) celebrates the European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation (EODD) with the aim of drawing public attention to organ donation and transplantation.
Learn all about the work of the EDQM and European Pharmacopoeia.
This conference celebrated the publication of the 10th edition of the European Pharmacopoeia and the 25th Anniversaries of the European OMCL Network and the Certification of Suitability Procedure.
A joint EDQM-USP symposium on the use and establishment of reference standards across the globe.
Jointly organised by the EDQM and the European Commission, the symposium discusses the collection of plasma for fractionation.
The workshop was designed jointly with the Pharmacopoeia of the People’s Republic of China to enable participants to expand their knowledge and familiarise themselves with the current regulatory framework in the field of pharmaceutical excipient, a rapidly evolving field in China.
The aim of this webinar is to explain the context of the elaboration of the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) general chapter Raw materials of biological origin for the production of cell-based and gene therapy medicinal products and its scope.
This Symposium covers developments and future changes to the European Pharmacopoeia in the field of microbiology.
Learn how the EDQM Certification Procedure fits into the regulatory environment and its evolution.
The programme enables participants to expand their knowledge and familiarise themselves with the current regulatory framework in the field of biosimilar products.
Learn about the work of the European Pharmacopoeia in the field of homoeopathic medicinal products.
This one-day Stakeholder workshop, co-organised by the Chinese Pharmacopoeia Commission, the China Pharmaceutical Association of Plant Engineering (CPAPE) and the EDQM will explore the current trends and hot topics in the 10th Edition of the Chinese Pharmacopoeia.
International conference to mark the publication of 9th Edition of the European Pharmacopoeia.
The webinar describes the eSubmissions Roadmap for CEP applications with its major changes to current practices and key deadlines.
This symposium focuses on the quality and regulatory requirements for fish vaccines.
Learn about the Wildbad Kreuth Initiative and the conclusions and recommendations which were reached at this symposium for optimal clinical use of clotting factors and platelets.
This Webinar offers an excellent opportunity to learn more about the revision of the General Chapter on Glass containers for pharmaceutical use, published in July 2014.
This webinar starts with a general introduction to the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) and the background to water monographs. It also gives an overview of actions taken by the Ph. Eur. to revise the Water for Injection (WFI) monograph, an update on the status of the revision of the WFI...
The aim of this webinar is to show how the Ph. Eur. embraces new developments, how it has adapted its texts to remain up to date with recent advances in science and medical practice and the challenges that remain ahead.