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Quality Systems Guide

This guide concentrates on the core, underlying principles of quality that are pivotal explicitly or implicitly to all quality management standards that impact on research and development.

These principles are also fundamental to the conduct of efficient, reliable and credible scientific and clinical work, and will help you to design and implement a practical Quality System; a Quality System that works for your organisation, to make it more productive and compliant, rather than making you work for it by producing unnecessary bureaucracy.
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