KU RA M8: Clinical Development and Documentation

Gain a comprehensive overview of the regulatory aspects of global clinical development processes and the documentation needed for the clinical sections of the Common Technical Document (CTD)

25. Oct 2022

4 days course

English

27,100 DKK ex VAT
(app. 3,644 EUR ex VAT)

Module 8

Summary

This module will provide you with an overview of the regulatory aspects of global clinical development processes and the documentation needed for the clinical sections of CTD (Modules 2 and 5). The clinical sections are especially important when completing a marketing authorization of a new product or when labeling a product. The sections are also important in helping you meet the needs of patients and also when marketing the product.

The module is relevant for you if you are a regulatory employee who wishes to gain a better understanding of the interrelationships and complexities in clinical development and the current regulatory requirements for developing a new treatment. Our course also provides clinical development staff with the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the relationship between regulatory and clinical strategies as well as the documents that must be prepared prior to regulatory approval.  
 


OTHER COURSE PARTICIPANTS SAY:

 "The course was well-structured with many really relevant topics and interesting presenters. This course really helps put together the bigger picture when working with clinical development."

Malene Olesen, Senior Regulatory Professional. 


Keywords

  • Global clinical development
  • Global regulatory requirements
  • Clinical study
  • Early clinical development
  • Clinical efficacy and safety trials
  • Target product profile
  • Biomarkers as clinical endpoints
  • Pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamics and special populations
  • Clinical protocol
  • Interactions and drug/drug interactions
  • Statistics in clinical trials
  • Pediatric development
  • Clinical summaries and clinical overview
  • Benefit-risk assessment tools
  • Post-approval studies
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Health Technology Assessment (HTA)
  • Interactions with health authorities

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PLEASE NOTE: 

As this module is a mandatory module in the Master of Medicines Regulatory Affairs at the University of Copenhagen you will apply via the joint Atrium and University of Copenhagen application form. This means that you will be enrolled at both Atrium and the University of Copenhagen and that your data will be registered at both institutions. If you are not enrolled as a master student, you will be registered as a single course student at the University of Copenhagen.

Course fee includes examination. By default you will pay the full amount to the University of Copenhagen regardless of you taking the exam or not. If you decide not to take the exam, you can apply for a refund of the exam fee at Atrium by contacting Atrium - please see contact details below. You must apply for a refund no later than two weeks after completion of the course.

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IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?

Whether you are new to the field or have several years of experience, this course is relevant if you are a Regulatory Affairs Professional who wants to improve your knowledge and skills.

What you will learn

  1. To create, analyze and evaluate a regulatory strategy plan for the clinical development of a new drug
  2. To understand the principles of clinical development from phase I to IV
  3. To learn how to create competitive product information by optimizing the clinical development plan and supporting the desired labeling

What your company will get

  1. A regulatory professional who is able to analyze and evaluate a regulatory strategy plan for the clinical development of a new drug
  2. A regulatory affairs professional who has a good understanding of the interrelationships and complexities in clinical Development
  3. A regulatory affairs professional who is able to challenge and ask the right questions with respect to the clinical related documentation

Course calendar

Starting 25. Oct 2022
25. Oct 2022 8:00-18:00

DAY 1

  • Global clinical development
  • Global regulatory requirements and new trends
  • Clinical study
  • Workshop 1 – GCP in clinical development
  • Early clinical development
  • Clinical efficacy and safety trials
  • Pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics
  • Workshop 2 - Clinical protocol
26. Oct 2022 8:00-18:00

DAY 2

  • Special populations
  • Interactions and drug/drug interactions
  • Statistics in clinical trials
  • Workshop 3
  • Biomarkers as clinical endpoints
  • Target product profile – Global focus
  • Product information texts – summary of product characteristics (SMPC)
27. Oct 2022 8:00-17:45

DAY 3

  • Paediatrics development
  • Benefit-risk – assessment tools
  • Workshop 4 – benefit/Risk case
  • Clinical summaries
  • Clinical overview
  • Single pivotal trial approvals
  • Post-approval studies
  • Integrated clinical study report (ICH e 3)
  • Content and structure of the clinical study report (CSR)
  • Workshop 5 – late phase development
28. Oct 2022 8:00-16:15

DAY 4

  • Pharmacovigilance
  • HTA
  • Workshop 6 – Drug safety
  • Interactions with health authorities
Practical information

Registration

Registration deadline
27. Sep 2022
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25 - 28 Oct
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Course information

Literature

Prior to the course you will get access to mandatory and optional readings via your personal Atrium log-in.

Please familiarize yourself with the mandatory readings before starting the course.

The mandatory readings are also part of the examination syllabus. 

Prerequisites

To enroll in this course, you must have a relevant educational background at bachelor level and, as a minimum, two years of experience in regulatory affairs, or other equivalent qualifications. We consider all applications upon registration.

If you do not fulfill the requirements, you can still apply for the course if you have experience in the pharmaceutical/biological area that would allow you to benefit from the training and enable you to participate actively during the module. Up to 20% of the positions on our course are filled by applicants who have no or limited experience in regulatory affairs. We consider applicants on a case-by-case basis.

Examination

The exam is usually held 4-6 weeks after the course. It is a digital exam in the University of Copenhagen’s digital exam system. You can therefore take the exam in your own country.

Please let us know if this is relevant for you as we can conduct exams at embassies, universities and so on worldwide.

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