Tuesday, 25 April 2017:
Making Pharmaceuticals Free 2 Day Event

2 Day Event 25th & 26th April 2017, Ricoh Arena, Coventry.

According to the publicity material Making Pharmaceuticals is “the only dedicated FREE TO ATTEND event in the UK that addresses the detailed and complex issues associated with sourcing, manufacturing, outsourcing and delivering consistent pharmaceutical products to the market”.

PQG speakers will be presenting on Tuesday 25th April.

14.00 – 14.20 David Abraham Latest Developments in Packaging Materials GMP Standard -PS 9000
14.20 – 14.40 Esme Gibb Focus for the Pharma Industry – Data Integrity
14.40 – 15.00 Steve Moss Pharmaceutical Quality Group – Supporting the Industry

For details of the many seminars and workshops please see the event website:

All bookings and enquiries must be made via the meeting organiser.

Monday, 9 October 2017:
The PQG 40th Anniversary Meeting

To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the PQG, plans are being made for a 2 day meeting. The event will commence with an Anniversary Dinner on the evening of Monday 9th October.

Please put the dates in your diaries, more details will follow as soon as the agenda is confirmed.


NOTE: PQG payments and refunds policy for meetings.

Payment must be made prior to the meeting using our Credit card payment system. In case of difficulty paying this way, please contact the meeting organiser using the e-mail contact listed for each meeting.

Entry to events may be refused if payment is not received before the event.
Refunds for non-attendance will only be given if notified to the meeting organiser more than 14 days before the event. Once payment has been made, cancellations will incur an administration fee, which will be a minimum of £25.
Substitutions may be made at any time, preferably in writing to the meeting organiser shown on the meeting notice above.

Note that the PQG reserves the right to alter any meeting programme in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

At any meeting, the views expressed by individual contributors are their own and may not necessarily reflect the views of PQG as a whole.