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PharmaView: Pharma M&As: Been There, Done That?

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If the “serial acquirers” don’t kill us, they’ll make us stronger.

Temporary Workers: Pharma's Contingency Planning

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Consultant Steve Sawin answers our questions about managing contingent labor.

Workforce Training: Embracing the "Necessary Evil"

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As FDA probes the connection between workforce training and quality, manufacturers must do the same.

Reducing Variability in the Pharma Workforce

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How drug manufacturers can overcome the "44th Hour Problem" and other challenges associated with a variable workforce.

Pharma Suppliers See Training as Competitive Advantage

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As drug manufacturers struggle to train their workers, solution providers step in to help.

PharmaView: Our Employability Challenge

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It may be hard to find good help, but it’s also hard to find good work.

PharmaView: Where Everybody Knows Your Name

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If Ashton Kutcher were in pharma, he’d be on LinkedIn.

From Go-Karts to Formula 1: Distinguishing True Digital Signatures

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Digital signatures have grown in sophistication and import, becoming a staple of serious and compliant drug manufacturers, explains SAFE-Biopharma's Mollie Shields-Uehling.

The Evolving LIMS, and What It Means for the Pharmaceutical Lab

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A look into the laboratory's integrated, and on-demand, future with Thermo Fisher expert Kim Shah.

Contract Manufacturing: Orchestrating the Dance

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Lean Six Sigma, expertise in microbiology, and shop-floor experience all contribute to running a flexible, efficient contract facility, says DPT’s new director of sterile ops.

PharmaView: Continuous Processes Find Their Flow in Pharma

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Is pharma's transformation from a batch-only universe now upon us?

Leaning QC: Lonza Rolls Out Raman for Materials ID

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After evaluating technologies, Lonza Biologics is implementing a Raman-based raw materials identification process. QC manager Derek Hubley explains why, and how.

Condition Monitoring: Try Not To Be Alarmed

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With real-time, wireless and other new monitoring technologies, pharma gains better control of temperature, pressure, humidity, and more.

Abbott's Bridge to ASTM Risk-Based Commissioning and Qualification

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A gradual transition to better C&Q practices is warranted, as is "getting rid of wasteful, bureaucratic practices that have developed over the years," says Abbott's David Dolgin.

Green Processes: PAT and QbD Take Root

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Leveraging PAT and QbD promises significant environmental dividends

PharmaView: Bringing a Drug to Market, in a Semester's Time

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Feeding the minds of tomorrow's science-based professionals . . . with cookies.

Testing Your Metal: Best Practices from PTI

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FDA warning letters and 483's continue to point to a need for better metal detection and removal.

PharmaView: In India, Is Seeing Believing?

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Can a whirlwind trip to India's pharma facilities prove skeptics wrong?

PDA 2010: Utilizing a Cost of Quality Model at Genentech to Drive Quality ...

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Cost of Quality, far from an accounting exercise, is designed to get employees to rally around continuous improvement.

PDA 2010: Pfizer Lets Its Lab Flow

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Rhythm wheels and workflow leveling may be the secret to a Lean Lab, says Grange Castle's Ciaran Crosbie.

PDA 2010: Quality Risk Management from Theory to Practice: The Cangene ...

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Cangene's Jeffery Hartry shares best practices on inculcating risk management thinking and practices across an entire organization.

Master Quality Agreements: Prepare for the Unpredictable

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Contract partnerships inevitably have hiccups, and MQA's ensure they're dealt with quickly and systematically, says Pharmaceutics International's Alex McClung.

The Path to Epedigree: Manufacturers Chart Their Course

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During a legislative lull, drug manufacturers muster up momentum to implement electronic pedigree programs.

An Open and Shut Case: The Latest in Valves for Bio

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From disposables to diaphragms, a look at what’s new in valves for biopharma.

2010 Job and Salary Survey: Connecting with What Matters

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In an era of job instability and frayed nerves, pharmaceutical workers are reconnecting with what’s important to them, and turning to each other for support.

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