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Live Online: Regulatory Affairs for Clinical Trials

30 June – 3 July 2020  | 1:00pm-5:00pm (SGT) | Live Online

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Key Learning Outcomes

  • Legal aspects underpinning clinical trials (globally and Asian region): Data Privacy and Integrity, Ethical Principles, Financial Transparency and Authorisations
  • Important and amended regulations in clinical trials and how they affect study designs & protocol
  • Risk-based quality management in clinical trials especially for Asia
  • Key considerations in use of technology in clinical trials
  • Develop effective study designs for multi-country clinical programmes
  • Regulatory risk assessment and mitigation
  • Best practices in inspection preparation
  • Case studies of protocol deviation, violations and prevention

Who Should Attend

Executives involved in Clinical Trials, Risk Management, Regulatory Affairs & Quality Control from Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, CRO, Consulting companies:

  • Medical Affairs
  • CRO Management
  • Site Management
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Budgeting & Outsourcing
  • Project Management
  • Quality Assurance, Quality Control
  • Patient Affairs/Patient Recruitment
  • Data Management, Data Operations, Clinical Statistics Management
  • Contract, Finance, Purchasing, Project Controller
  • Clinical Trials (Oversights, Development, Outsourcing, Monitoring)

Trainer

DI Dr. Salma Michor A Practical Guide to Pharmacovigilance & Contract Manufacturing AgreementsDr. Salma Michor (PhD, MSc, MBA, CMgr, RAC-Treasurer), CEO, Michor Consulting

Salma has advised numerous global clients across Pharmaceutical, Medical and Food industries, including J&J, Novartis, Pfizer and Shire and many more.

She had previously worked for Torrex-Chiesi (Chiesi Farmaceutici S.p.A); Wyeth Whitehall Export, and Croma Pharma GmbH and had been the Director of Global Supporting Operations – Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals (Ophthalmology & Orthopedics) where she was in-charge of technical and leadership of four departments – including Regulatory Affairs and Compliance; Medical and Vigilance; Change Control and Life Cycle Management; as well as Packaging and Pharmaceutical editing. Her duties included overall leadership & personnel management, budgeting and strategic planning, liaison with external contractors, doctors and customers in 60 countries worldwide. Here she also gained first-hand experience with submission of clinical trials phases: I-III as well as turnaround management of post-Mergers and Acquisitions integration operations.

Her experiences include:

  • Post-acquisition phase-out and closedown after M&As
  • Managing DCP registrations
  • Consolidation of Multi-language labelling texts for pharmaceutical products and medical devices
  • Forming clinical and registration strategies for medicinalproducts (combination, generics)
  • Labelling compliance for drugs & food supplement
  • Authoring CMC sections for drug products or drug/devicecombination products
  • Preparing pharmaceutical and medical device companiesfor internal and FDA audits
  • Managing large company-wide compliance projects (CAPA, GMP, ISO, etc)
  • Preparing companies in 3rd countries for EMA, MHRA and AGES inspections and managing the whole biotech registration and clinical testing in the EU

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Agenda

LEGAL ASPECTS UNDERPINNING CLINICAL TRIALS

  • Regulatory obligations of a Private Investigators (PI) – guidelines from GCP, IRB
  • PDPA, GDPR and equivalents globally
  • Health products (Clinical Trials) Act and
  • Medicines (Clinical Trials) Act
  • Informed consent/consent requirements.
  • Specific issues:
    • Consent requirement for minors
    • adults lacking capacity
  • Subject projection
  • Investigational medicinal product (GMP Directive)

OVERVIEW OF THE FRAMEWORK OF CLINICAL TRIAL REGULATIONS

Global, Europe & US

  • Understanding the history of clinical trial regulations
  • EuradrLex 10 contents explained – Pharmaceutical Clinical Trial legislation
  • ICH and its importance
  • ICH GCP principles to apply to all clinical trials
  • Problems experienced complying with regulations and guidelines for running clinical trials – group discussion to share experiences
  • Key FDA requirements which differ from
  • EU requirements – what are the key differences?

Asia Region

  • Understanding the clinical trial regulations
  • Overview of the current requirements
  • What have the main problems and challenges? Examples of real scenarios
  • Overview of the major new requirements of the Clinical Trial Regulations
  • Specific focus in
    • China, Hongkong and Taiwan
    • Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam
    • Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines

GOING GLOBAL: SIMULTANEOUS DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA, US, AUSTRALIA, EU

  • Should You File IND in the US Before/After or Simultaneously Alongside Your China IND?
  • What Are the Opportunities and Benefits of Conducting Trials in Australia
  • Identify the Best Trial Management Strategies for Running your Clinical Development Programs in the US + China
  • Learn from Case Studies from Biotechs Who Have Successfully Received IND Approval from US FDA

Case Study – Develop a global strategy for a new oncology drug trial

ETHICS COMMITTEE (EC) SUBMISSIONS AND APPROVAL

  • The role of the sponsor and investigators in completing the Ethics Committee applications (group discussion to share experiences of how to efficiently obtain EC approvals)
  • Subject advertising
  • Informed consent requirement
  • Ethical issues with clinical trials and protocol design
  • Ethical considerations for running trials including in countries outside of traditional countries

CLINICAL TRIAL REGULATORY AUTHORISATION AND AMENDMENTS

  • The CTA (Clinical Trial Authorisation) application for submission to the regulatory authority
  • The CTA and amendments
  • Clinical Trial Notification
  • Clinical Research Materials
  • Substantial amendments/“substantial modifications” and non-substantial amendments – discussion of the differences
  • Ongoing and end of study reports
  • Regulatory requirements for clinical trials
    • Example: US IND & IND

Group Exercise: Ensuring Data Integrity In Your Clinical Trials

OVERVIEW OF RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN CLINICAL TRIAL REGULATIONS

  • EU inspection guidelines e.g. inspection of sponsors and CROs
  • EMA guideline on requirements for firstin- man clinical trials of potential high-risk medicinal products
  • EMA reflection papers including: riskbased quality management of clinical, on data from third countries, electronic Trial Master Files
  • Transparency in clinical trials – clinical study reports being available
  • FDA guidance risk-based monitoring
  • Guidance for Industry– Electronic Source Documentation in Clinical Investigations
  • Guidance for IRB continuous review of studies
  • Event Reporting- Improving Human Subject Protection
  • Financial Transparency in Clinical Trials
    • FDA guidance on Financial Disclosure
    • Global compliance obligations in transactional reporting
    • Centralisation of data and financial activities related to clinical trials
  • Post marketing studies and Clinical trials – risk identification & analyses system

Case Study – What risk-based aspects of global clinical trials are relevant for Asia

ACCELERATING CLINICAL TRIALS IN ASIA

  • How can clinical trial timelines be accelerated in Asia?
  • Where are the opportunities for clinical trials in Asia?
  • How do you ensure readiness for FDA inspections in Asia?
  • How do you ensure efficient and costeffective trial operations in Asia?
  • What is the key to successful global clinical trial conduct in Asia?
  • How do you integrate risk-based monitoring for trials in Asia?

Exercise: Regulatory Affairs in Conducting Multi-national Trials

PHARMACOVIGILANCE AND ADVERSE EVENT REPORTING

  • Adverse event reporting – requirements and definitions
  • Safety reporting requirements
  • What are the reporting requirements for SUSARs, DSURS, adverse events and adverse reactions?

CLINICAL TRIAL REGULATORY RISK ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION

  • Structured approach to noncompliance risk assessment and mitigation
  • GCP Corrective action and preventive plans in conducting and reporting clinical trials
  • Identification and definition of risk factors: CT protocol/study design, asset, operational factors

REGULATORY INSPECTION

  • How to prepare for inspection
  • The latest inspection policies and findings
  • What questions do inspectors ask? And tips on how to answer these

COMPLIANCE CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING TECHNOLOGY USE IN CLINICAL TRIALS

  • Mobile technologies in data collection, storage, analyses, access and transfer in CT
  • Real time data sharing with study participants – decision support tool
  • Privacy implications

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30 Jun - 03 Jul 2020

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