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  IBC's Predicting, Intercepting and Managing Crisis in an FDA-Regulated Environment  
  July 15, 2003


  -, Courtyard Foster City, Foster City, CA
September 23-24, 2003

This exciting and innovative training program is one-of-a-kind. It presents all the issues that may arise when operating in a FDA-regulated environment. Unlike anticipating natural disasters, learning how to effectively predict, prepare for, and manage crisis is a finely tuned skill. Crisis is inevitable; however, crisis resulting from challenges such as bad press, a failed pre-approval inspection, a scathing warning letter, civil liability, crisis resulting from an injunction or Consent Decree, microbial contamination of product, tampering, and recalls, can, in most cases, be prevented. This course provides expert advise on how to avoid crisis from a former FDA investigator with first-hand experience related to several international and well publicized FDA cases, and who currently provides crisis prevention support to FDA-regulated industries.
Organized by: IBC Life Sciences
Invited Speakers: Course Instructor:

Carmen Medina, Precision Consultants, Inc.

Deadline for Abstracts: -
Registration: Phone: (508) 616-5550 Fax: (508) 616-5522 Email: reg@ibcusa.com Online: www.LifeSciencesInfo.com/2879
E-mail: reg@ibcusa.com
  Posted by:   James G. Prudhomme  
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