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Recent Opinions, Whitepapers and Event Summaries

Why Version Control Is So Critical in the LMS PERSPECTIVE

Why Version Control Is So Critical in the LMS

Only a few learning management systems provide training item "version" control, and this feature ensures that QA teams can successfully “up version” an SOP so that it automatically triggers a new training assignment, while also creating a time stamp. That's why FDA-regulated companies should make this a core requirement when evaluating systems.

Making Clinical Site Personnel Qualification More Efficient PERSPECTIVE

Making Clinical Site Personnel Qualification More Efficient

Clinical Operations teams often struggle with site initiation and site certification. Our most recent paper discusses tools to make Good Clinical Practice (GCP) compliance and protocol education more efficient.

Getting Ready for Micro Learning PERSPECTIVE

Getting Ready for Micro Learning

UL eLearning experts recommend that micro-learning be targeted to learners and include relevant examples to help the learning experience. The UL team has helped our clients create over 5,000 custom courses to serve learners in more than 50 countries. Take our assessment to find out if you're ready for micro-learning.

The Business Value of Aseptic Competencies PERSPECTIVE

The Business Value of Aseptic Competencies

For the company manufacturing sterlie products, a well-designed competency-based aseptic competency program addresses many business performance issues, such as reduced work stoppages, reduced risk exposure from FDA observations; minimized allocation of time, money, and human resources for CAPAs, and others.

Why Focus on Quality Risk Management? PERSPECTIVE

Why Focus on Quality Risk Management?

UL’s Risk Management workshops, held in Hyderabad and Mumbai in March 2017, featured several industry leaders who shared insights into the role of risk management in pharmaceutical manufacturing. Download a summary of three critical topics that were discussed: how to remove silos that threaten quality culture, how to build a formal risk-based approach and a "risk office," and how to leverage TQM to improve overall quality.