Guidebook for Drug Regulatory Submissions

Author: Sandy Weinberg
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470456170
Release Date: 2009-02-23
Genre: Medical

Destined to become every regulatory director's essential desktop companion rofessionals working to submit major documents to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are guaranteed to encounter numerous unexpected and daunting hurdles. Guidebook for Drug Regulatory Submissions offers a readable and clearly written road map for effective submission of documents for required regulatory reviews during drug development. Demystifying this complex, high-stakes process, author and nationally recognized drug regulation expert Sandy Weinberg presents professionals with authoritative tips, tools, and advice including suggestions for preparation, checklists for submission, an FDA evaluation tool for review, and copies of relevant FDA guidelines. As well, vital information is provided on the most common types of submissions, including: Meeting Requests Orphan Drug Applications Investigatory New Drug Applications (INDAs) New Drug Applications (NDAs) 505(b)2 NDAs Abbreviated New Drug Applications (ANDAs) Annual Report This reference also explores the pressures affecting the industry and the general public, as well as how these pressures will change the general nature and specific aspects of the submissions process over the near future. In addition, retired Canadian trade consul and regulatory consultant Carl Rockburne guest-authors a chapter comparing the FDA process to the four other major regulatory environments of Canada, the European Union, Japan, and Australia. Guidebook for Drug Regulatory Submissions is more than a useful guide—it is an essential tool to be kept on the desk of every regulatory director, submissions manager, vice president of Regulatory Affairs, and Food and Drug Administration reviewer responsible for the process of drug regulatory submissions.

Cost Contained Regulatory Compliance

Author: Sandy Weinberg
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111800227X
Release Date: 2011-04-18
Genre: Medical

This book guides the reader through FDA regulation guidelines and outlines a comprehensive strategy for cost reduction in regulatory affairs and compliance. This book explains six strategies to cost-effectively comply with FDA regulations while maintaining product safety and improving public access through cost controls. It provides useful and practical guidance through industry case studies from pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries.

Clinical Trials

Author: Tom Brody
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780123919137
Release Date: 2011-10-25
Genre: Medical

Clinical Trials: Study Design, Endpoints and Biomarkers, Drug Safety, and FDA and ICH Guidelines is a practical guidebook for those engaged in clinical trial design. This book details the organizations and content of clinical trials, including trial design, safety, endpoints, subgroups, HRQoL, consent forms and package inserts. It provides extensive information on both US and international regulatory guidelines and features concrete examples of study design from the medical literature. This book is intended to orient those new to clinical trial design and provide them with a better understanding of how to conduct clinical trials. It will also act as a guide for the more experienced by detailing endpoint selection and illustrating how to avoid unnecessary pitfalls. This book is a straightforward and valuable reference for all those involved in clinical trial design. Provides extensive coverage of the "study schema" and related features of study design Offers a "hands-on" reference that contains an overview of the process, but more importantly details a step-by-step account of clinical trial design Features examples from the medical literature to highlight how investigators choose the most suitable endpoint(s) for clinical trial and includes graphs from real clinical trials to help explain each concept in study design Integrates clinical trial design, pharmacology, biochemistry, cell biology and legal aspects to provide readers with a comprehensive look at all aspects of clinical trials Includes chapters on core material and important ancillary topics, such as package inserts, consent forms, and safety reporting forms used in the United States, England and Europe For complimentary access to our sample chapter (chapter 24), please copy and paste this link into your browser: http://tinyurl.com/awwutvn

Pharmaceutical Quality Control Lab Guidebook

Author: Daniel Farb
Publisher: UniversityOfHealthCare
ISBN: 9781594912610
Release Date: 2005-07-01
Genre: Medical

Pharmaceutical Quality Control Lab teaches the history of regulations affecting quality control in pharmaceutical labs and their importance, and then goes into the specifics of dealing with results in a pharmaceutical lab. It contains an interactive flow chart, numerous step-by-step instructions, questions, SOP model, and a case study. It is suitable for GMP training.

The Pharmaceutical Regulatory Process Second Edition

Author: Ira R. Berry
Publisher: Informa Health Care
ISBN: 9781420070422
Release Date: 2008-12-02
Genre: Medical

This Second Edition examines the mechanisms and means to establish regulatory compliance for pharmaceutical products and company practices. It focuses on major legislative revisions that impact requirements for drug safety reviews, product regulatory approvals, and marketing practices. Written by top industry professionals, practicing attorneys, and FDA regulators, it includes policies and procedures that pharmaceutical companies need to implement regulatory compliance post-approval. New chapters cover: the marketing of unapproved new drugs and FDA efforts to keep them in regulatory compliance pharmacovigilance programs designed to prevent widespread safety issues legal issues surrounding the sourcing of foreign APIs the issues of counterfeit drugs updates on quality standards

Good Laboratory Practice Regulations Fourth Edition

Author: Sandy Weinberg
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 0849375843
Release Date: 2007-01-19
Genre: Medical

Recent changes in the interpretation and enforcement of 21 CFR Part 11 have shifted the focus of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations to concentrate on the acceptance of electronic signatures, the archiving of data, the security of electronic documents, and the automation of laboratory procedures. This all-encompassing Fourth Edition addresses every critical aspect of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations and demonstrates effective strategies for implementation in a variety of laboratory settings. This updated and expanded classic text contains new information about applying 21 CFR Part 11 to the laboratory environment, GLP documentation systems, laboratory risk analysis, system validation and inspection, process analytical technologies, and cost control for the prevention of pitfalls and the assurance of compliance in numerous research environments. Providing insights for the application of GLP regulations and emphasizing the latest regulatory developments, this reference discusses the implementation of PAT and emphasizes the importance of electronic audit trails and data controls as laboratories rely more on automated procedures...gives clear rules for the acceptance of electronic signatures, archiving of data in formats accessible by electronic recovery and human retrieval, and the security of electronic documents...and details the FDA’s GLP inspection program.

Clinical Trials and Human Research

Author: Fay A. Rozovsky, JD, MPH
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
ISBN: 0787965707
Release Date: 2003-06-10
Genre: Medical

This easy-to-read reference book provides a practical approach for dealing with the legal and regulatory compliance issues involved in human research. Covering a broad range of topics, such as consent, confidentiality, subject recruitment and selection, the role of the investigator and Institutional Review Board, it offers timely and useful strategies for achieving regulatory compliance while reducing liability. In addition, insurance, quality management, accreditation, and risk management are topics examined in the book. The practical insights found in this volume are not found in other books on the subject. Clinical Trials and Human Research is a practical tool to help anyone involved in clinical research.

Development of Vaccines

Author: Manmohan Singh
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118023633
Release Date: 2011-10-11
Genre: Medical

Development of Vaccines: From Discovery to Clinical Testing outlines the critical steps, and analytical tools and techniques, needed to take a vaccine from discovery through a successful clinical trial. Contributions from leading experts in the critical areas of vaccine expression, purification, formulation, pre-clinical testing and regulatory submissions make this book an authoritative collection of issues, challenges and solutions for progressing a biologic drug formulation from its early stage of discovery into its final clinical testing. A section with details and real-life experiences of toxicology testing and regulatory filing for vaccines is also included.

Practical Guide to Clinical Data Management Third Edition

Author: Susanne Prokscha
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781439848296
Release Date: 2011-10-26
Genre: Computers

The management of clinical data, from its collection during a trial to its extraction for analysis, has become a critical element in the steps to prepare a regulatory submission and to obtain approval to market a treatment. Groundbreaking on its initial publication nearly fourteen years ago, and evolving with the field in each iteration since then, the third edition of Practical Guide to Clinical Data Management includes important updates to all chapters to reflect the current industry approach to using electronic data capture (EDC) for most studies. See what’s new in the Third Edition: A chapter on the clinical trial process that explains the high level flow of a clinical trial from creation of the protocol through the study lock and provides the context for the clinical data management activities that follow Reorganized content reflects an industry trend that divides training and standard operating procedures for clinical data management into the categories of study startup, study conduct, and study closeout Coverage of current industry and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approaches and concerns The book provides a comprehensive overview of the tasks involved in clinical data management and the computer systems used to perform those tasks. It also details the context of regulations that guide how those systems are used and how those regulations are applied to their installation and maintenance. Keeping the coverage practical rather than academic, the author hones in on the most critical information that impacts clinical trial conduct, providing a full end-to-end overview or introduction for clinical data managers.

Drugs for Life

Author: Joseph Dumit
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822348719
Release Date: 2012-09-03
Genre: Business & Economics

Joseph Dumit argues that underlying Americans' burgeoning consumption of prescription drugs and the skyrocketing cost of healthcare is a relatively new perception of ourselves as inherently ill and in need of chronic treatment.

The Pharmaceutical Regulatory Process

Author: Ira R. Berry
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824754648
Release Date: 2004-11-16
Genre: Medical

Providing in-depth coverage of the procedures utilized by pharmaceutical companies for regulatory compliance, this reference describes the history and development of regulations, standards, and guidelines that affect pharmaceutical product approval and commercial sale in the United States-standing alone as the only authoritative guide to address the complex web of regulatory requirements, application processes, and quality control issues influencing the pharmaceutical industry.

Famous and Infamous Workplace and Community Training

Author: David M. Kopp
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9781137597533
Release Date: 2017-08-23
Genre: Business & Economics

This book explores the social history of training and development and describes how ordinary training systems were linked to extraordinary events. Using instrumental case studies, the author explores the direct and indirect motives behind famous and infamous training systems of history such as the methods used by John Lennon and Paul McCartney in the Beatles, those used by the Third Reich in training forced labor, and in the social guidance films of the 1950’s, among others. This book links modern-day themes of corporate and community social responsibility and social justice to historical cases of workplace and community training; in addition, it offers a unique view of business history that students and scholars can relate to, and contributes to a more thorough and robust inquiry into critical human resource development, ethics in the workplace, and the nature of training adults, in general.