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QRC Consultants are experts supporting regulatory compliance for biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies in clinical drug development. 
Our focus is on Quality.

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QA and regulatory compliance

All aspects of Quality Systems Management and audit to support regulatory compliance for your clinical development programme, from Phases I - IV.

Regulatory affairs

A range of practical services to support your clinical development plans and agency interactions.

Clinical trial support

Comprehensive clinical research consultancy and monitoring services, including provision of bespoke in-house training seminars, and periodic updates on the ever-changing regulatory environments for conducting clinical trials.

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QRCC is delighted to welcome Samantha Whatling to the team as Snr QA Consultant.

Sam comes to us with a wealth of experience and will be supporting all aspects of QRCC's activities.

 

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Registration is now open for the first in our 2019 Seminar series.

 

“RSI (Reference Safety Information) and safety reporting” will be held on 21st March 2019 at our premises in St Ives, close to Cambridge.

 

Topics will include:

Introduction – RSI and its relevance to clinical trial process, context/use

How to write & maintain RSI.

Implications of incomplete RSI, assessing impact & actions.

Agency interactions, CTA, GNA.

Common Inspection findings relating to RSI.

 

Registration fee: £180 + VAT

 

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Charity of the Month

QRCC are proud to support Duchenne UK this month.

Duchenne UK has a clear vision: to fund and accelerate treatments and a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) in 10 years.

DMD is the most common fatal genetic disease diagnosed in childhood. It is a devastating muscle wasting disease and is the most common genetic killer of children worldwide.The disease almost always affect boys, and they tend to be diagnosed before the age of 5. 

  

For more info: https://www.duchenneuk.org

 

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