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How to Develop Stability Indicating HPLC Methods

  January 16, 2014  
Mourne Training Services, Jury’s Inn Heathrow, London, UK
2nd + 3rd June 2014

Pharmaceuticals need to be assessed for stability to support the assigned shelf life. Therefore, when analysing stability samples obtained from these studies analytical methods are required which are stability indicating, i.e. there is a measureable response which correlates with degradation, if present. HPLC is a popular technique for monitoring the decrease in drug and corresponding increase in degradation products due to its separating abilities. However, the HPLC method must be developed carefully to ensure that degradation products are both separated and detected appropriately. 

This two day training course is designed to provide a thorough understanding of how to develop HPLC methods specifically designed for stability indicating analysis of pharmaceuticals. The course will describe strategies for performing forced degradation studies and selecting optimal HPLC method parameters to ensure that all relevant degradation products are separated.

Suitable for:

This course is ideal for those who have some experience of using HPLC.


Comprehensive course handouts; Certificate of Attendance; access to training resources via e-MTS; optional post training assessment (leading to Certificate of Training); and post training support. Lunch and refreshments are included for open enrolment training courses.

Organized by: Mourne Training Services
Invited Speakers:

Oona McPolin MRSC CChem CSci CIPD eLN

Deadline for Abstracts: n/a
Registration: http://www.mournetrainingservices.co.uk/booking_stability_uk.html
E-mail: info@mournetrainingservices.co.uk
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