Participants from across the globe attended the webinar, including biobank managers, quality managers, and technicians. The attendees asked interesting questions about the ways to improve the quality of the samples, the kind of biobank infrastructure necessary for meeting ISO 20387 requirements, the estimated time it takes to achieve the accreditation, and more.
The webinar established that ISO 20387 accreditation serves as a clear indicator to stakeholders, such as donors, users, and investors, regarding the biobank’s reliability and competencies. The speaker walked the audience through the various requirements of ISO 20387 viz. general requirements, structural requirements, resource requirements, process requirements, and quality requirements, and explained how a biospecimen management software can help meet the accreditation requirements seamlessly.
The key points covered in the webinar include:
The significance of obtaining ISO 20387:2018 accreditation for biobanks
The general, structural, resource, process, and quality management system requisites necessary for achieving ISO 20387 compliance
How a biospecimen management software can help you comply with ISO 20387 and maintain high-quality, well-documented samples that are fit for use in research
The webinar is now available on demand. If you missed the chance to attend the live webinar, you can watch the recording.