The Scientific Archivists Group (SAG) is a professional association that was established in 1981. We are here primarily for those in the healthcare sciences with responsibility for, or an interest in:
- records management processes;
- the establishment and management of GxP archives; and
- the lifecycle management of regulated scientific records.
Whilst we welcome members from anywhere and make efforts to provide support globally, our focus is the UK and European regulatory environment and influencing regulators and industry in those geographic areas. We engage with our members and key stakeholders through events, training, networking and publications – including internet and social media, where appropriate.
For more information about the group, please refer to the About Us page.
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New Webinar from SAG and RQA: E-Archiving
Webinar - Are we there yet? The E-archiving journey.
Thursday November 30th, 15:00 (GMT)
This new Webinar from RQA and SAG will provide a basic grounding in the principles of electronic archiving to meet GXP expectations, and cover a variety of areas, including:
- An introduction to archiving principles
- The ever-changing regulatory scene
- Electronic archiving good practices
- Hot topics
- Outsourcing e-archiving
For further information visit the booking page. SAG members can obtain a 50% discount on the attendance cost (£20 instead of £40), please log in and visit the Members Area to obtain the discount code.
New publication from the Electronic Records Special Interest Group
The e-Records Special Interest Group have finalised their latest white paper - a brief review and test of the veraPDF tool for validating PDF/A files.
An Introduction to the veraPDF PDF-A Validator is now available in the Publications area of the Scientific Archivists Group website.