The director of "GXP" Centre of Excellence held a debate in "Rotary” Club, October 7, 2010

news-rotaryOn October 7, director of “GXP" Centre of Excellence Aram Ghazarian was the guest of “Rotary” Club in Yerevan. He presented club members the current situation and developmental perspectives of Armenian pharmaceutical development, the process of implementation of the international standards in medicine production and circulation.

Director of “GXP” CoE held a lecture at the first “Summer School” of pharmaceutical industry, July 15, 2010

summer-school-newsOn July 15, director of “GXP” Center of Excellence Aram Ghazarian held “GMP standards implementation in Armenia” course with the auditors of pharmaceutical industry first “Summer School”. He presented to the participants of fortnight “Summer School” the EU Good Manufacturing Practice standards implementation process in Armenia.  A. Ghazarian also talked about passed working paths of “GXP” Center of Excellence and “Recognize Armenian Domestic Pharmaceutical Production” campaign, jointly held with Medicine Producers and Importers Union of Armenia.

Pharmaceutical Training on Quality Standards Launched, December 9, 2009

news1Training entitled “EU Guidelines on GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) for Pharmaceutical Production” was launched in Yerevan today as a joint initiative of the USAID-funded Competitive Armenian, Private Sector (CAPS) Project and the recently established GXP Center of Excellence. The training course aims to enrich the knowledge of industry specialists on EU GMP requirements. Twelve representatives of medicine-producing companies are participating on the training course; delivered by internationally-qualified Armenian GMP expert-trainers.

Improving Knowledge Base On Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance, December 4-11, 2009

news2CAPS implemented a course on EU Guidelines of Good Distribution Practice for Medicinal Products. The training, conducted in collaboration with the newly established GXP Center of Excellence, was led by international consultant Dr. Michael Kimber. Twenty-two representatives of Armenian drug manufacturing and distributor companies, the Scientific Center for Drug and Medical Technology Expertise, the Ministry of Health and the National Institute of Health took part in the training. The course aimed to build capacity within individual companies to establish a distribution and supply chain quality assurance system in order that patients receive quality medicines, in compliance with EU GDP requirements.

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