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Scientific Workshop “Data – Quality, Analysis and Integrity”

Data
14 Mag - 15 Mag 2018
Sede
Dublin Castle
Città
Dublin - Ireland
Indirizzo
Dame St, Dublin 2
Workshop organized by the Scientific Committee Eurachem on the occasion of the Eurachem General Assembly 2018.

Eurachem is a network of organisations in Europe having the objective of establishing a system for the international traceability of chemical measurements and the promotion of good quality practices.

This workshop will be directly relevant to everyone involved in state, semi-state, pharmaceutical, analytical, medical, environmental and academic sectors.

Aims:

  • Understand the importance of scientific data integrity and how to achieve it
  • Understand risks and opportunities related to data
  • Discuss future challenges in data quality, analysis, integrity and compliance
  • Discuss the impact of new developments on data quality, analysis, integrity and security

 


Topics covered during the workshop


Current Practices

  • International guidance
  • Extent of validation/verification studies
  • Analysis of validation data
  • Examples of best practices in different fields
  • Analysis of meta-data
  • Data management systems
  • Operation of advanced instrumentation
  • Accreditation requirements

Future Challenges

  • Future developments – Accreditation Body viewpoint
  • Compliance assessment
  • Risk based approaches to quality
  • Validation of multiparameter methods
  • Implementing principles of Quality by Design (QbD)
  • Human errors
  • Machine learning algorithms, including artificial neural networks

In addition to the presentations, participants will be given ample opportunity to discuss these subjects in detail and exchange experiences in a number of working group sessions.


For more details on the workshop and to register visit www.eurachem2018.com.

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00 353 (0) 1 531 4118