GDP

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AcronymDefinition
GDPGross Domestic Product
GDPGeneral Dental Practitioner
GDPGood Distribution Practice
GDPGewerkschaft Der Polizei
GDPGrounded Into Double Play (baseball)
GDPGrand Daddy Purple (marijuana strain)
GDPGrundig DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) Player
GDPGlow Discharge Plasma
GDPGraduate Development Programme (various locations)
GDPGraduate Degree Program
GDPGround Delay Program (aviation traffic flow initiative)
GDPGeneral Development Policies (various organizations)
GDPGuanosine 5'-Diphosphate
GDPGaseous Diffusion Plant
GDPGeneral Data Processor
GDPGraphic Display Processor
GDPGood Documentation Practice
GDPGestione Delle Presenze (Italian: Management of Attendance; software)
GDPGeneral Defense Plan (SACEUR)
GDPGateway Discovery Protocol
GDPGroup Design Project
GDPGround Data Processing
GDPGlobal Delivery Platform (various companies)
GDPGroupes de Pairs (French: Peer Groups)
GDPGlobal Data Pool
GDPGlobal Development Process (various companies)
GDPGlobal Drifter Program
GDPGraphics Display Processor
GDPGeneralized Drawing Primitive
GDPGlucose Degradation Product
GDPGreen Data Project
GDPGas Detection Panel
GDPGeneric Printer Description
GDPGiant Depolarizing Synaptic Potential (neurology)
GDPGun Director Pointer (US Navy)
GDPGeneralized Documentation Processor
GDPGround-Delay Programme (air traffic management)
GDPGroup Design Process
GDPGeneral Duties of Pilot (Pakistan)
GDPGlobal Detection Probability
GDPGeneric Deployment Plan
References in periodicals archive ?
(5.) Guidelines of 5 November 2013 on Good Distribution Practice of medicinal products for human use (Text with EEA relevance) (2013/C343/01)", Official Journal of the European Union, C 343/1, November 23, 2013, http://ec.europa.eulhealthllsiteslhea.lth/fileslfiles/eudralex/vol-1/2013_c343_01/2013_c343_01_en.pdf
Nigel Cryer, Head of Compliance & Inspection Readiness, Sanofi will be exploring the types of regulatory inspection, looking at key areas to focus on in preparation for a regulatory inspection and what the future of good distribution practice will look like.
The new service follows Good Distribution Practice (GDP) requirements.
Global air services provider and UK's leading ground handler dnata has been awarded certification for Good Distribution Practice (GDP) by the UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (UK MHRA).
However, the situation is expected to improve over the next few years, with individual economies formulating their own good manufacturing and good distribution practice guidelines in collaboration with the International Pharmaceutical Excipient Council.
For example, our industry might turn to organizations such as the Cool Chain Association and its Good Distribution Practice program to help establish consistent standard operating procedures for temperature control and proper handling that appear to be absent from the airline industry.
According to the company, the addition of the 15-25 degrees C (CRT) temperature range for a minimum of two days addresses the recent European GDP (good distribution practice) regulations.
The 3,000-square-meter (32,292-square-feet) facility was built within LuxairCargo's existing Cargo Center and is compliant with 2013 Good Distribution Practice requirements.
Such agreements are common practice and a clearly defined expectation among healthcare regulators globally and an integral part of current Good Distribution Practice (cGDP) for healthcare products.