This course will be of interest to those working in drug safety/pharmacovigilance as well as Regulatory personnel responsible for amending the labelling for products and for the production of the CCSI/DCSI.
Featuring signal evaluation for both innovator and generic products under the newly revised Module IX Signal Management and quantitative assessments.
Increasingly the most common critical findings in Regulatory Inspections are being given for signal detection and management - so the need to identify potential signals and risks in patients has never been greater. The protection of patients through robust and clear methodologies for signal detection amidst the ever increasing regulations requires that Companies need to have trained and competent staff to perform such activities.
This course will provide a detailed overview of all aspects of safety reviews and signal detection within a Company and will cover signal evaluation for both innovator and generic products under the newly revised Module IX Signal Management and quantitative assessments.
Benefits in attending
- Clarify the EU regulatory requirements for signal detection
- Understanding the new frequency requirements for safety review
- How to use the Eudravigilance quantitative signal tool
- Understand the safety review cycle and the safety review meeting and process
- Discuss safety communication - the CCSI/SCSI and labelling
- Gain a better understanding of risk benefit analysis - benefit-risk assessments and benefit-risk outcomes
09.30 An introduction to safety signals
10.15 The regulatory requirements for signal detection - Module IX
11.35 The signal review cycle
12.15 Causality and signal detection
14.00 The safety review meeting and process
15.45 Safety communication
09.00 Quantitative signal analysis
10.15 Quantitative and qualitative signal detection
11.35 Signals and their discussion
13.45 Risk benefit analysis
15.15 Safety assessments life cycle
16.30 Close of course
For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rz2zf9/signal_detection