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RQA2024 Brighton

Call for Abstracts

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The RQA invites you to submit an abstract for the 2024 International QA Conference.

Any abstracts that are accepted will be scheduled to be delivered at the conference between the 6th - 8th November at the DoubleTree Brighton Metropole. Simply click the button below to start the abstract process (more information about what is included on the form is below).

What happens next?

You may be contacted by our Programme Committee for further detail. All speakers will receive a full delegate (including dinner dance) place at the conference - travel/accommodation is not included.Abstracts will be reviewed, and will be selected for their suitability to the intended audience.

If your abstract is accepted, as a speaker you will receive a full delegate (including dinner dance) place at the conference - travel/accommodation is not included.

The form

This year we are looking for abstracts based on the following six topics, these topics should be looked at across the GXPs rather exclusively from one perspective, attendees will then have the chance to discuss each topic in their GXP-interest groups.

  • Training - Has quality training changed over the years, why?
    Training - Assessing and Enhancing Training Outcomes
    Training - Foundations of an Effective Compliance Training Programme
    Training - Building a Learning Organisation: From Compliance to Competitive Advantage
     
  • Investigational Product - Has IMP quality improved over the years, are the same quality issues still being identified, why?
    Investigational Product - Management of the IMP
    Investigational Product - Novel products (medical device, combo products)
    Investigational Product - Designing trials and regulatory expectations depending upon product types (Marketed, Investigational)
     
  • Risk Management - How has risk management reduced risk, is it just another buzzword, are we still seeing the same risks, why?
    Risk Management - Applying critical thinking to a risk proportional approach
    Risk Management - Anticipating and Adapting to Emerging Risks
     
  • Managing Deviations and Disasters - Are we still seeing the same deviations and disasters over the years, are they getting better or worse, why?
    Managing Deviations and Disasters - Continuous Improvement and Quality Culture
    Managing Deviations and Disasters - CAPA Effectiveness
    Managing Deviations and Disasters - Deviations and/vs amendments
     
  • Digital Challenges - Are emerging digital technologies making people lose their ability to think, will emerging technologies make things better or worse, why?
    Digital Challenges - Emerging Digital Technologies and Their Impact on Drug Development
    Digital Challenges - Automation and AI
     
  • Foundations in the Future - How do we ensure we build better foundations for quality, and the generations for the future?
    Foundations in the Future - With an ever changing regulatory environment, how can we ensure quality and consistency across generations and the GxPs for the future?
    Foundations in the Future - What can we learn from the past, to build better quality organisations in the future?
     
  • Committee-led Session (i.e. QA Clinic)

Speakers will also need to supply the following:

  • Brief synopsis of session
  • Description of your chosen session including the background and intended conclusion
  • Development level
  • Session type. 
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