Medical cannabis
from a vision to an approved plant

From plant planning to GMP approval
Early Registration Discount
Early registration until April 27, 2020
1,755 NIS + VAT
Registration from April 28, 2020
1,950 NIS + VAT

Date: 7 May 2020
Location: Kfar Maccabiah, Ramat Gan
General Information
Duration: 1 - Day Course
Hours: 9.00 - 17.00
Price: 1,950 NIS + VAT
Credit Points: 1
SKU: 20858
Course Language: Hebrew
About the Course
The State of Israel is a world leader in the regulation and medicalization of cannabis plant, and the Israeli cannabis reform lays the way for the creation of a medical industry based on the cannabis plant. At the base of this medicalization is the need for known and constant doses of the active ingredients and the need for uniformity of the medical products. This way you can control the amount of cannabinoids of the final product and provide patients with a constant product throughout the year.

The creation of a new production chain, as well as the oversight process as well as the entry of new players into the field, is a complex and time-consuming task that requires knowledge and the ability to implement new standards of the Israeli Ministry of Health and European requirements. These standards are discussed during the seminar along the ways of implementing them.
Who should attend
Medical cannabis managers and employees, entrepreneurs, CEOs and facilities managers, quality assurance and laboratories employees, validation experts, planners and other service providers.
Medical cannabis 
from a vision to an approved plant
Benefits to the Participants
  • Recognition of the regulatory requirements for Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) of medical cannabis
  • Acquiring the practical ways to individually implement the general requirements of the cannabis standards
  • Understanding the establishment of a cannabis production process and its fundamental stages
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Issues to be covered
  • Introduction: Types of products and approved products in Israel
  • IMC-GMP regulatory requirements and EU-GMP requirements
  • Considerations in the planning of a cannabis plant
  • Equipment and systems validation of cannabis plant
  • The quality system of the cannabis plant
  • Establishment of a laboratory or the use of an external laboratory: the tests and validations required
  • Establishing the process and its validation
  • More validations: cleaning validations, product stability and more
  • Submission of cannabis master file
  • Israeli Health Ministry audits
About The Lecturer

Ms. Dvora Moran

Quality & Laboratory Project Manager
Moran holds a B.Sc. degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Before joining Gsap, Moran worked for Teva Pharmaceutical Industries for over 11 years. During her job in Teva Moran held several positions in the Quality Control and the Quality Organization of Jerusalem and Kfar Saba sites respectively.
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Dr. Sigalit Arieli-Portnoy

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