Tuesday, 24 March 2020:
The PQG Annual General Meeting (PQG Members only)

Location: London TBC

Meeting begins: This meeting will begin at approx 9:30 and end by 10:15.

All PQG members are welcome to attend, you do not need to book for this part of the meeting.

Tuesday, 24 March 2020:
The 23rd Annual Discussion Meeting with the MHRA for QPs, QA Managers and their colleagues (open to Non Members)

The cost of the meeting is:

£180.00 (£150.00 + £30.00 VAT) for PQG Members
£225.00 (£187.50 + £37.50 VAT) for non-members

Venue: London TBC

Meeting begins: This meeting will begin at 10:30 and end by 16:00.

To contact the meeting organiser: e-mail

Tuesday, 28 April 2020:
PQG at MAKING PHARMACEUTICALS 28 - 29th April 2020


PQG Session 1

  • GDP requirements and the new ECA / PQG GDP guide for APIs – Phil Butson & Neil Wayman

PQG Session 2

  • Specials: The particular requirements for control of unlicensed medicines – Paul Andreianu
  • GMP for small scale manufacturing: applying the requirements to hospital units – John Nesnas
  • Auditor certification – the benefits of certification for pharmaceutical auditors (Alex Woods, CQI IRCA)

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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.