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Webcast - Are we there yet? The E-archiving journey

RQA Member: USD ($) 27.00
Non-Member: USD ($) 53.00

Your Price: USD ($) 53.00

Webcast Information

This webast was recorded live on the 30th November 2017, as a live Webinar.

The content is produced in collaboration with the Health Sciences Records & Archives Association (formally the Scientific Archivists Group (SAG). As well as providing a basic grounding in the principles of electronic archiving to meet GXP expectations, the webcast covers a variety of topics.

Topics Include:

  • An Introduction to archiving principles
  • The ever-changing regulatory scene
  • Electronic archiving good practices
  • Hot topics
  • Outsourcing e archiving

The Webcast lasts for 80 minutes, and includes all questions asked by the attendee at the end of the presentation.

HSRAA members can access the member price by entering the discount code given to all HSRAA members.

Webcast Presenters:

Chris Jones

Chris has worked for nearly 25 years for GlaxoSmithKline , in a variety of archiving and records management related roles. He has been involved with the Scientific Archivists Group (SAG) for a number of years, serving as both Chair and Secretary. He has a wealth of experience in relation to the management of electronic records and the operations of electronic archives.

Sarah Pickersgill

Sarah has over 30 years’ experience within the Quality Assurance CRO environment, currently managing a number of QA teams internationally for Celerion, and possesses extensive knowledge of QMS, GLP, GCP and Computerised System compliance. She is a member of the RQA Computing Committee (DIGIT) and has close ties with other QA groups and their respective computing committees such as SQA (US), SOFAQ and SPAQA (Swiss). Sarah is also a member of the French GAMP Group and SAG

Delegate Feedback

"Great introduction to e-archiving. Tailored to the audience. Great Q&A at the end which gave the audience an opportunity to clarify any points covered during the presentation."

"Excellent topic, very relevant and expert speakers, and I particularly liked the extended Q&A (30 mins)."

"Good topic to discuss. nice to see so many different backgrounds (IT/archive/GxP) representatives joined the webinar."

This RQA Webcast

Includes a link to claim a certificate of completion on viewing the webcast.

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