A.I.M. Consulting Limited (A.I.M.) is currently involved in the following assignments:
A.I.M. was first engaged by GS1 Global Office in December 2007 to lead the Traceability in Healthcare standards development work group. The objective was to define the global solution for traceability in Healthcare, with two deliverables:
- The Global Traceability Standard for Healthcare (GTSH) (Published Feb. 2009)
- The GTSH Implementation Guideline (Published April 2009)
Institute of Business Consulting Awards 2009
This assignment was a finalist in the Institute of Business Consulting Awards 2009, in the Best International Project category.
A.I.M. continues to be engaged by GS1 Global Office
A.I.M. continues to be engaged by GS1 Global Office to lead the second project of Traceability in Healthcare work group (TH-II). The objective of this project is to “Develop a suite of global (process and technical) standards that enable GS1’s Vision for Traceability in Healthcare”
GS1 Vision for Traceability in Healthcare:
Full actionable, global visibility of finished pharmaceuticals and medical devices
in healthcare from Point of Production to Point of Use
To get involved in:
- GS1 Healthcare – contact them via this email address: email@example.com or
- the Traceability in Healthcare work group – contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Organisation for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs (TOPRA)
A.I.M. Managing Director, Janice Kite, is on the faculty of the MSc in Medical Technology Regulatory Affairs (MTRA). Through collaboration between Cranfield Health Partnership and The Organisation for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs (TOPRA) this MSc is the only course of its type. It has been devised in direct response to the needs of employees, employers and regulators in the medical technology industries.
Janice lectures in
- Module 5: Medical Technology Vigilance, Post Market Surveillance and Risk Management on Barcodes & Traceability in Healthcare and
- Module 8: Regulatory Strategy in the Market Place on Supply Chain Management, eBusiness and Traceability.
University College London (UCL) School of Pharmacy (UCLP)
A.I.M. Managing Director, Janice Kite, is on the faculty of the of UCL School of Pharmacy Qualified Persons module. Lecturing on Traceability and GS1 Standards.
The Henley Alumni Healthcare Special Interest Group (SIG) provides common ground for members to network and to learn about the potential for synergies across the healthcare and associated industries, both in the UK and internationally.
The SIG is led by a Management Steering Group made up of Henley alumni. Janice Kite is Deputy Chair.