Re: QA plan help?
So to return to Susan's question: The difference between a QA plan and a
protocol is defined within her company's own quality system. The rest of
us can guess till the cows come home, but only someone within Susan's
company could know the correct answer for sure.
Right. The thing is... we don't have any distinction. We have QAs but
no protocols. I am trying to make a case that the propotcol comes
FIRST, THEN the QA plan.
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