31st SQA Annual Meeting and Quality College | Overview

Annual Meeting Venue

Tampa Convention Center
333 South Franklin Street  |  Tampa, FL  33602
Tel:  +1.813.274.8422  |  Fax:  +1.813.274.7776
www.tampaconventioncenter.com

The 31st SQA Annual Meeting and Quality College was held in Tampa Florida, USA. The theme of the conference was Navigating the Seas of Compliance.

Three days of Annual Meeting sessions were held Tuesday - Thursday, 14 - 16 April 2015.
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The Quality College offered a mix of two-day, full-day and half-day courses on Sunday, Monday and Friday, 12, 13 and 17 April 2015.

Keynote Speaker


Commander Kirk Lippold, USN (Ret.)Commander Kirk Lippold, USN (Ret.)


Legendary Commander of USS Cole and Author of Front Burner

Commander Kirk Lippold, USN (Ret.) was the Commanding Officer of the USS Cole when it came under a suicide terrorist attack by al Qaeda in the port of Aden, Yemen. During his command, he and his crew distinguished themselves by saving the American war ship from sinking. This event is widely recognized as one of the most brazen acts of terrorism by al Qaeda prior to September 11, 2001. With this unique and invaluable experience, Commander Lippold has briefed over 6,000 military officers, 2,000 federal and state law enforcement officers, and given over 300 presentations on this seminal event in the war on terrorism.

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Trending Topics & Abstracts


Abstracts submissions were encouraged on the following trending topics. Abstract submission has closed.

Trending Topics

  1. Electronic Data Capture for Clinical Studies (Differences in Human and Veterinary Study Needs)
  2. Regulatory Expectations for EDC at Clinical Site and Sponsor Inspections
  3. Best Practices in Building EDC Compliance
  4. OECD overload.  Educating QA people in the US that OECD GLPs do not apply to studies conducted in the US and they are fine for guidance but are not regulation.
  5. Animal Welfare. Specifically, implementing an animal welfare quality monitoring program for 3rd parties.
  6. How does the FDA train inspectors/Anything coming to help them shift from “Human” inspections to “Veterinary” ones?
  7. How is Risk Based Monitoring Being Applied to Animal Health

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