World Health Organization Quality Assurance Laboratory



World Health Organization Quality Assurance Laboratory

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Department of Medical Sciences New benchmark
World Health Organization Quality Assurance Laboratory

Institute of Biological Product, Department of Medical Sciences, New standards of the World Health Organization to certify the vaccine production model prior to disposal. And laboratory analysis. Ensure people in quality, safety. And the effectiveness of vaccines used in the country.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has adopted new, more stringent metrics to monitor the countrys benchmarking government (WHO Benchmarking of the National). Regulatory Authority of Thailand and have different evaluation guidelines.
Institute of Biological Product, Department of Medical Sciences as a national laboratory it is responsible for quality control of vaccines prior to release and laboratory analysis. To confirm the quality, safety and efficacy of the vaccine. This has been assessed in this time. The results showed that Institute
of Biological Product, Department of Medical Sciences, the criteria set by the World Health Organization it has been a success since 2006, with all of the indicators, ranging from the law that empowers the quality system, how to perform the personnel and the place of work.
The Director-General of the Department of Medical Sciences said that the Institute
of Biological Product, Department of Medical Sciences the standards set by the World Health Organization. It is a belief in the quality control system of the country. As a result, the World Health Organization recognizes the potential of Thailand to control the generation of vaccines and laboratory tests. Thai personnel have the opportunity to step into the international arena in such matters. It is a training center for other countries. The laboratory quality control system is not good enough. It is a reference laboratory for the World Health Organization. (WHO-Contracted Laboratory) for the quality assurance of vaccines produced in other countries. For the World Health Organizations procurement of vaccines to the United Nations. For use in poor countries. The World Health Organization The World Health Organization (WHO) is evaluating vaccines administered by the World Health Organization. To ensure that the global population is protected from the same standard of vaccines.