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Who are RQA

The Research Quality Association (RQA) is a professional membership body dedicated to informing and advancing its members. We provide status and visibility for individuals engaged in the quality of research concerning pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, chemicals and medical devices. Since our inception in 1977, the Association has increased and evolved to reflect regulatory changes, the growing impact of regulatory inspection and the ever-changing structure and needs of industry. RQA's purpose is to drive quality and integrity in scientific research.  

Our vision

To inspire quality, integrity and compliance in scientific research.

Our mission

To provide knowledge and learning in the scientific research community by building expertise through training, communication, engagement and collaboration.


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EMA public launch event on the guideline on good pharmacovigilance practices Module XVI on risk minimisation measures and its Addendum II

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is hosting an online event to launch the revised guideline on good pharmacovigilance practices (GVP) Module XVI and its Addendum II. The event will provide an overview of how stakeholder comments from the public consultation on these documents have been addressed. This will be followed by a questions and answers session for answering audience questions.

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EMA - Article on RWE

Co-authored by EMA and published in the Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics journal.

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eClinical Forum - New version of eCF Requirements and Webinar

The eClinical Forum is releasing this version (V2023.3PR) as a service to the eClinical Community.

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