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What does GDP stand for?

GDP stands for Good Documentation Practice


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Below is a sample of currently available titles (a complete list can be found in the AHPA online bookstore or contact AHPA for details): Good Documentation Practices Manual & Example/SOP Templates FDA Inspection Guidance & SOP cGMP Compliance Series Seminars: Record Keeping, Documentation & How to Write SOPs Setting & Meeting Specifications for Contaminants in Finished Products Shelf Life Statements on Dietary Supplement Labels SOURCE American Herbal Products Association
This 68-page manual explains the principles or good documentation practices, provides step-by-step instructions for many documentation-related processes and provides numerous examples and templates that can be modified for use by industry companies.
Utilizing the ClinTest(TM) suite of cutting edge automated validation tools, Users will be able to dramatically shorten their Software Development Life Cycle on Web based or IVR system deliverables; allowing our User's system(s) to be released into production faster, complete with automatically generated Objective Evidence that adheres to all applicable Good Clinical Practices and Good Documentation Practices.
Baseline principles like Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP), Good Documentation Practices (GDP), Risk Assessments per ISO 14971, chain of custody processing, and software/process validations which are now so familiar to the medical industry through enforcement actions by the FDA are still not being sufficiently cultivated within the BioTech sector," says Marshall Wenrich, Realtime Group President.
As director of corporate compliance, Keller played an integral role in creating, communicating, and training corporate-wide standardization processes including controlled documents management, internal and external audits, good documentation practices, non-conformance processing and management, do not call compliance, and corrective and preventive measures.