A comprehensive overview of DPIs including market trends, treatments formulation, regulation and device design.
The global dry powder inhaler (DPI) market is expected to grow at a robust rate over the next few years. The growing prevalence worldwide of respiratory diseases such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of the major factors fuelling this growth with a rising demand for advance healthcare devices for the treatment of these chronic diseases.
This annual two-day seminar will provide a comprehensive review of all the key aspects of DPIs including therapeutic targets, the latest delivery technologies and the current regulatory landscape. Participants will gain a valuable insight into market potential, respiratory diseases and key treatment guidelines, formulation, stability testing, characterisation studies, device design, human factors, quality by design (QbD) and the manufacturing process. Intellectual property, bioequivalence and the opportunities of connectivity with DPIs will also be addressed.
This must-attend event will include practical workshop sessions and provide a unique opportunity to discuss DPIs with fellow professionals and our expert faculty of speakers who all have significant expertise in this field.
This event will be beneficial to all those new to the area and those who require a refresher on the opportunities and challenges with this technology. The content will appeal to pharmaceutical scientists, formulation scientists and analysts, device designers and specialists in industrialisation, quality assurance and regulatory affairs who may want to gain an understanding of both the history of and current practices in DPI development and manufacture in the pharmaceutical industry. It will be of benefit to individuals with an interest both in innovative and generic products and the associated international regulatory expectations associated with DPI products.
Professionals from associated industries such as primary packing suppliers, excipient (used in DPIs) producers, DPI equipment designers and manufacturers for unit processes who wish to understand the scope of DPI respiratory medicine development will also find this seminar useful.
We do not currently have dates confirmed for this course; please contact us to be informed when it is scheduled; or to discuss running this course on an in-house basis for your staff.