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The conference

2019 sees the return of the highly-popular European QA Conference, previously held in 2013 and 2016. The third conference is hosted by RQA, GQMA and SOFAQ with the support of other European Associations.

Venue: The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD)

Dates: 6th – 8th November 2019.

This will be the Europe’s largest quality assurance event and will consist of plenary, parallel, discussion and workshop sessions together with a large exhibition and poster area.

We are anticipating around 500 attendees at the 3rd European QA Conference.


The conference is CPD Accredited. Delegates will receive 6.5 points for Wednesday, 7 points for Thursday and 3 points for Friday.

Reasons to attend:

  • A truly European conference, this year’s Programme Committee was made up of members from RQA, GQMA and SOFAQ as well as representation from Spain (SEGCIB) and The Netherlands (DARQA)
  • Regulators will be in attendance from all over Europe, speaking to delegates on a variety of topics and being involved in the popular ‘Regulator’s Roundtable’ on Friday morning
  • Speakers will also be drawn from across Europe to provide delegates with a wide and varied experience
  • Streams will cover the GxPs: GCP, GLP, GMP, GDP, PV, medical devices and animal health as well as academia
  • The conference will be fantastic for networking with like-minded colleagues – from breaks and interactive sessions, to QA clinics and drinks receptions, there is ample opportunity to catch up with previous acquaintances and make new ones
  • A large exhibition area will allow you to network with up to 40 suppliers and recruitment agencies
  • Dublin is the number one destination in Ireland, a city with history, charm, sights, museums, galleries, theatres, shops, pubs, restaurants and an abundance of character.

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Programme and Booking


Delegate Brochure

RQA's Pre-conference Training

Call for Posters

Dublin - Venue and Accommodation

Frequently Asked Questions

Regulatory Speakers