Dissolution testing poses a major challenge to the pharmaceutical, biotech and generics industries both in terms of method development and regulatory compliance.
This 5-week online course will explain the history, benefits, importance and role of dissolution testing in drug development today. Using practical examples and case studies throughout, delegates will gain a thorough understanding of setting and establishing specifications for optimum dissolution testing.
- Clarify global regulatory requirements
- Assess new scientific developments and trends
- Design optimum method development strategies
- Identify the factors affecting dissolution
- Drive product performance and quality control
- Study design considerations for IVIVC Studies
- A whole module devoted to case study examples
Key Benefits of Attending
- Gain a practical introduction to the intricacies of dissolution testing with an emphasis on problems and problem solving
- Select optimum test conditions and method development
- Ensure your test methods are properly validated
- Enhance the dissolution rate and bioavailability of your compound
- Clarify the theory and regulatory aspects involved in developing IVIVC models
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for professionals working in the following areas:
- Pharmaceutical Development
- Analytical Development
- Project Management
- Quality Control
- Quality Assurance
- Regulatory Affairs
- 4 weeks
- 2 hours per week (average)
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Dr Eric Beyssac
Eric Beyssac received a Master’s in Pharmacy and a Ph.D. degree in Pharmaceutical Technology, from the Faculty of Pharmacy, Clermont-Ferrand, where he is currently a Professor. He was an invited Professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy of Université Lavalin Québec from 2000 to 2002 and is still Associate Professor at this university. He is currently co-director of the research group CIDAM “Conception, Ingénierie et Développement de l’Alimentet du Medicament” (Conception, Engineering and Development of Food and Drugs).
Why Attend An Online Academy?
Online Academy is an excellent forum to correspond with the teacher/instructor and your fellow students within the course while saving time, cost while maximising the effectiveness of bitesize chunks-learning and regular revisions
- Grow as a team – with multiple licenses your team can access the course and learn together, no matter where they are in the world
- Review all content as many times within enrolment period (two month after all modules have been released)
- Time effective – bitesize chunks so it does not impact on your normal working day
- Progress through the course with fellow students as you would in a classroom
- Discuss the course with fellow students
- Cost effective – no travel expenses
About BioProcess International Academy
BioProcess International Academy is a partnership between BioProcess International (BPI) and Pharmaceutical Training International (PTI). Our vision is to accelerate the growth of the biopharmaceutical sector by providing training solutions which are designed to enhance the technical skills, knowledge and competencies of biotech professionals. The Academy’s extensive course portfolio is determined by the latest industry trends and created by our global network of leading experts and delivered via workshops, digital academies and customised onsite programs.
BioProcess International Academy’s vision is to accelerate the growth of the biopharmaceutical sector by providing training solutions which are designed to enhance the technical skills, knowledge and competencies of biotech professionals. The Academy’s extensive course portfolio is determined by the latest industry trends and created by our global network of leading experts and delivered via workshops, digital academies and customised onsite programs.
Upon completion of your BioProcess International Academy online course you will be awarded with the CPD Certification certificate. This is a recognised independent CPD accreditation compatible with global CPD principles.
The Certificate of Achievement provides proof that you have taken the course and can be used on your CV or work portfolio.
Do sessions go out live?
No, all content is recorded and a set number of modules are released per week. You have unlimited access to module content once it has been released for the duration of the course and an additional two months.
Can I join after the course start date?
Yes, because modules are not live and all content is recorded you can catch up. Please contact us at email@example.com to enquire about joining a course after the start date.
Can I still take part if I’m away for part of the course run?
Yes. Online Academies provide a flexible learning format. As modules are not released live and are available for review, you will be able to catch up.
How long is my enrolment on the course?
You are enrolled on the course for the period that modules are being released and the trainer is active on the discussion forum (this varies from course to course – between 3 – 8 weeks) and for an additional 2 months after this to review course content.
Who do I contact if I have any problems while the course is running?
You should contact BPIfirstname.lastname@example.org
When will I receive my log-on details for the course?
Once you have paid, a member of the team will be in touch with your log-in details. We must receive payment for you to access the course.
How can I access the content?
Content is hosted on our Learning Management System, which you access using your device. A link will be provided to you with your log-in details.
What if I need extra time on the course?
Please contact us at email@example.com if you would like extra time on your course beyond the enrolment period. Extra time is subject to approvals and fees may apply.
Week 1, module 1: Understand the basics of dissolution
- Why use an in vitro dissolution study
- Examining quality by design (QbD) and dissolution
Week 1: module 2: Classical in vitro methods for dissolution
- Explore dissolution theory
- Understanding apparatus 1 2 3 and 4
- Discussing specific methods for creams, ointments and transdermal systems
Week 2, module 3: Appreciate new in vitro methods
- Evaluate in vitro method for specific dosage forms
- In vitro testing for gastrointestinal simulation
Week 2, module 4: Development of a dissolution method
- Choice of dissolution medium
- Use and selection of a surfactant
Week 3, module 5: Case study examples
- Examining immediate and sustained release formulations
- Assess specific dosage forms
Week 3, module 6: Apparent and intrinsic dissolution
- Dissolution of powders
- Comparing intrinsic and apparent dissolution testing
- Case studies exploring various applications
Week 4, module 7: Analysis of dissolution curve
- Examining F1/F2 metrics
- Exploring other approaches
Week 4, module 8: Qualification of dissolution apparatus
- Mechanical calibration
- Performance verification test
Week 5, module 9: Validation of a dissolution method
Module 9: Validation of a dissolution method
- Practical advice for validating a dissolution method
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