Quality (Pharmaceutical Engineering Series)By
- Kate McCormick
Companies and organizations including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, bulk/intermediate, and diagnostic manufacturers, architecture/engineering/construction firms, government agencies, universities, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, consultancy firms. Individual functions within these organizations include project/facility/maintenance engineering, production/manufacturing, quality control/assurance, process development, microbiology, regulatory affairs, training, materials management, marketing and sales management, purchasing and corporate and product management.
Hardbound, 275 Pages
Published: July 2002
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
"Kate McCormick has here provided a valuable and very readable overview of quality management in the pharmaceutical industry... This volume provides much useful information in a very concise format. It therefore goes straight onto my shortlist of recommended reading for chemists interested in GMP." Organic Process Research and Development Journal "Part of the pharmaceutical engineering series, Kate McCormick's book delivers comprehensive coverage of the quality side of the subject area... This is an easy to read reference to what is a complex subject and billed as an essential addition to the pharmaceutical professional's bookshelf." Quality World, Dec 2002