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Design and Statistical Analysis of Stability Studies

  November 23, 2004  
IBC Life Sciences, The Westin Hotel, Dublin
9 March 2005

Although the ICH Q1A Stability Testing Guidance has allowed the use of bracketing and matrixing designs since 1998, most pharmaceutical companies still do not use these designs, and use full testing which dramatically increases their costs. This course offers participants the opportunity to do practical hands-on design of studies on some model situations, illustrating how to carry out cost-efficient stability studies for products with many packs, pack sizes, strengths and much more.

The requirements for statistical analysis of stability data have been revised and issued. This course will offer participants an opportunity to carry out statistical analysis of some model data using an Excel stability computer programme and discuss their conclusions.

Organized by: IBC Life Sciences
Invited Speakers: Tony Cartwright B.Sc, FRPharmS, FTOPRA, MCPP.
Deadline for Abstracts: .
Registration: Tel: +44 (0) 20 7017 5507
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7017 4749
Email: cust.serv@informa.com
Web: www.ibc-lifesci.com/courses
E-mail: charlotte.hayes@informa.com
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