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Clinical Regulatory

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Easing Requirements for Minimal Risk Clinical Trials

Expediting clinical trials that post minimal risk is important to advance healthcare & drug development. In particular, easing the requirements for informed consent regarding trial participants- for minimal risk clinical trials- can help expedite the entire clinical development process and ultimately accelerate the overall regulatory approval process. Earlier the US FDA’s regulations allowed for exceptions …

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Streamlining Clinical Investigations for Medical Devices

Clinical investigations for medicinal devices are critical in order to advance healthcare and patient safety. Streamlining clinical investigations help accelerate the delivery of innovative solutions to patients, which ensures timely access to devices that would help diagnose and treat diseases. Simplifying regulatory processes, enhancing stakeholder engagement, and aligning with global practices fosters more rapid approvals. …

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The Use of Item Response Theory in Clinical Outcome Assessments

Clinical outcome assessments (COAs) are a critical component of clinical trials and regulatory submissions for regulatory agencies like the US FDA. The US FDA defines a COA as a “measure that describes or reflects how a patient feels, functions, or survives”; COAs provide important information to the US FDA on the effectiveness of therapies so …

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UK MHRA: Navigating Nuances in Clinical Trial Applications

The UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) receives approximability 1000 clinical trial authorization (CTA) applications a year. These are for investigational medicinal products of which >95% are approved. However, >50% still need additional information to be submitted in order to get approved. The majority of the requests for additional information, including “grounds for …

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Japan PMDA: The Role of In-Country Clinical Caretakers

Japan has a robust regulatory framework for pharmaceuticals and medical devices, which includes specific requirements for In-Country Clinical Caretakers (ICCC). Foreign manufacturers that wish to penetrate the Japanese market must appoint an ICC, who resides in Japan, to sponsor the clinical trials on their behalf. Thus, they play a crucial part in ensuring that foreign …

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