Over the two past years, PostNL Pharma & Care has already been organizing successful GDP masterclasses. Last year, this GDP masterclass took place at the University of Antwerp. In response to numerous requests we would like to continue these successful masterclasses.
Why this GDP 2016 masterclass?
- Complete insight in the unicity and organisation of GDP applications. You will be informed of the latest developments with respect to regulations and legislation regarding GDP.
- It is one of the most enhanced masterclasses in Belgium with respect to GDP regulations at an academic level.
- You will receive a certificate after participation in the masterclass
- Our speakers are specialized in the subject matter and will provide a combination of theory and practical cases.
- An ideal networking meeting for producers and customers during which GDP knowledge and experience will be exchanged.
What can you expect?
After following this programme:
- you will be fully informed of the latest new legislation regarding GDP
- you will have a better understanding of the entire GDP process
- you will be able to timely detect and tackle issues and challenges
Career level: Middle & Higher management, Professional & first line management
This masterclass is intended for:
- General management, logistics and quality control managers, working for pharmaceutical producers.
- General management, logistics and quality control managers, working for care organisations, such as pharmacists, logistic managers for hospitals, care homes or other care institutions and quality managers of care organisations.
- Specialists, consultants and experts that would look to specialise in the logistic aspects of the phenomenon 'GDP' or who would like to develop their existing knowledge.
||Thursday 15 September from 08:30h until 17:00h
||Gasthuisberg UZ Leuven
Onderwijs en Navorsing
||You can use the free VIP parking (Parking Villa). You can reach this parking by following the road next to ‘Rode Kruis Vlaanderen’ or the statue ‘De arm van Adam’.|
||For additional information about the Masterclass you can contact us via email@example.com or by phone at the number: +32 (0)14442634|
|08.30h - 09.30h
||Early bird: limited seats (SOLD OUT)
|09.30h - 10.00h
|10.00h - 10.45h
||Lecture 1: Mohamed Lasgaa||How a logistics outsourcing journey turned out into frustrations and misunderstandings
|10.45h - 11.30h
||Lecture 2: Jo Swartenbroekx
||The connection of GDP with the hospital pharmacy and its logistics
|11.30h - 11.50h
|11.50h - 12.35h
||Lecture 3: Bruno van Eesbeeck||Repackaging to customised packaging, trends in distribution of medication in hospitals
|12.35h - 13.45h
|13.45h - 14.15h
|14.15h – 15.00h
||Lecture 4: Stephen Mitchell||Risk Management
|15.00h - 15.25h
|15.25h - 16.15h
||Guest speaker: Nik Baerten
|16.15h - 17.00h
||Ceritifcate Ceremony + network drink
Speaker 1: Mohamed Lasgaa, Managing Consultant at Groenewout
How a logistics outsourcing journey turned out into frustrations and misunderstandings.
What happened and what can we learn from that experience?
A biopharmaceutical company awarded a logistics service provider with relevant references within the industry to execute their logistics operations including packaging and labelling in the EMEA region. Of course processes, SLA’s, KPI’s, volume forecasts, multi-period budgets, systems interfacing and so on were documented and signed off in the contract. Nevertheless when they started implementing the project, the service provider faced GMP regulations for this specific customer which was quite different compared to what they in general used to apply. Or was it something else?
Speaker 2: Jo Swartenbroekx – Head Apothecary UAntwerpen (VZA)
Speaker 3: Bruno van Eesbeeck: General Manager Roche Diagnostics Belgium
Repackaging to customised packaging, trends in distribution of medication in hospitals.
He is a former pharmaceutical marketeer and also, an expert in strategic hospital management. Bruno van Eesbeeck is the former General Manager of Roche Diagnostics Belgium, a company born of the merger of the Roche Diagnostic Systems division and the Boehringer Mannheim Diagnostics division. He has over thirty years of experience in the health sector, firstly as a general practitioner, and afterwards at the Roche Pharma department where he held various positions, including Medical Consultant, Product Manager, Drug Safety Monitoring and Sales manager and finally General Manager Roche Diagnostics Belgium.
The hospital sector faces a paradigm shift with respect to distribution of medication. In the near future work will take place in 'hubs' where most of the pharmaceutical products will arrive in bulk. There they will be specifically packaged instead of re-packaged for a closed loop supply to patients.
Speaker 4: Stephen Mitchell: Compliance & Quality Manager, Global Logistics at GlaxoSmithKline
He is a regular speaker at Pharmaceutical supply chain conferences on the subject of GDP and compliance risk management in the temperature controlled supply chain.
Unfortunately, registrations for the GDP Masterclass are now closed.
Have you registered already? If so, you will receive an email containing information about the programme and location on Monday, 12 September.
Do you have any questions? firstname.lastname@example.org