Good Distribution Practice

Good Distribution Practice (GDP) is that part of quality assurance which ensures that products are consistently stored, transported and handled under suitable condition as required by the marketing authorisation (MA) or product specification.


News and hot topics

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This section includes all the latest news and hot topics from the GDP Inspectorate.
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GMP-GDP Consultative Committee

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This section provides information on the GMP-GDP Consultative Committee, including meeting minutes and membership.
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Risk-based inspections

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This section provides answers to frequently asked questions relating to Good Distribution Practice.
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Frequently asked questions

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This section provides answers to frequently asked questions relating to Good Distribution Practice.
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Background

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This page provides information about Good Distribution Practice and how the MHRA Good Distribution Practice Inspectorate works.

Guidance and legislation

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This section provides information and guidance on regulation relating to Good Distribution Practice.

The inspection process

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This section outlines the Good Distribution Practice inspection process and gives details of the types of inspections and how they are carried out.
Page last modified: 12 July 2011