The MHRA GDP Symposium

12 January 2016, The Hilton Glasgow

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Due to the significant demand for our London GDP Symposium, we are pleased to announce that we will be running an additional event on 12 January 2016 in Glasgow.

If you are attending the December GDP Symposium in London, please do not take up a space on this event as the presented content will be an exact replica.

The event will be held at The Hilton Glasgow.

This is a must attend event for a small, medium or large wholesalers, managers and key staff members involved in procuring, supplying, exporting and storing medicines. The event will also be of interest to Responsible Persons.

To confirm your place immediately, register for this event by paying by credit card today!

The GDP symposium will provide latest information and guidance on changing legislation and increasing complexity in the distribution chain and offer a highly interactive ‘hands on’ learning experience; detailed workshop sessions will review actual sample deficiencies found by regulators and explain how to address and improve compliance in these critical areas.

To confirm your place immediately, register for this event by paying by credit card today!

Benefits of attending:

  • gain greater knowledge of the quality issues affecting your organisation
  • have a clear understanding of your key QP and RP responsibilities and accountabilities with a clear focus on the legal and compliance aspects
  • gain detailed knowledge on the best in class standards of GDP and why is it so essential for patient safety
  • recognise commonly seen GDP deficiencies and learn how to improve compliance in your organisation
  • be familiar with new GDP guidelines as covered by EU directives/regulations and guidelines
  • have a comprehensive understanding of the MHRA expectations and how to address and correct actual deficiencies
  • an opportunity to share concerns and learn directly from the MHRA
  • discover what your peers are doing through managed workshops and network with like-minded professionals
  • meet the experts: attend break-out sessions with key speakers.

Delegates attending the MHRA GDP symposium will be eligible to claim CPD points.


Questions to the panel

Once you have registered, you have the opportunity to submit pre-symposium questions. The answers will be covered either in the presentations, panel or clinic table session's at the symposium.

To submit your questions, please log into the delegate area, using the email address you registered with and the password emailed to you upon completion of your registration.

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About The Venue


Hilton Glasgow
1 William Street
G3 8HT


Easily accessed by road, rail ad air, the Hilton Glasgow is located a short walk from Glasgow Central Train Station. For travel directions from your location please visit the venue website here

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Malmaison Glasgow

278 W George St
G2 4LL
Tel: 0844 693 0653 Website
Rooms available for 11th January 2016 at £99 per room B&B
Delegates should call the reservations on 0844 693 0653 quoting the allocation reference 1101GL.
The cut-off date for bookings is Monday 19th October

malison hotel

Hotel ibis Glasgow City Centre

220 W Regent St
Glasgow City
G2 4DQ

Rooms available for 11th January 2016 at £35 per room B&B.

The cut-off date for bookings is 1st December 2015.

E-mail Debbie Stevenson to book quoting 249227

Ibis Glasgow

Novotel Glasgow Centre

181 Pitt Street
G2 4DT
Tel: 0141 619 9001

Rooms available for 11th January at £79 single occupancy B&B or £89 double occupancy B&B. Quote ‘MHRA GDP’ when booking. Cut-off date for bookings 16th October

Novotel Glasgow


A limited number of Earlybird rates are available until 5pm, 15th September 2015. Please book early so you don't miss out. Once the allocation of discounted places have been taken, the standard rate will apply.

Ticket Type Price (per person)
Standard rate (GDP single day ticket) £690.00 + VAT



MHRA have appointed Glasgows to organise the event and host the online registration process.

For more information about other MHRA events please visit the conference and education section of the MHRA website:

Please direct all enquiries to Glasgows at the following:

01772 767715

81-91 Waterloo Road