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An overview of the Common Technical Document (CTD) regulatory dossier - Volume 23, Issue

The Common Technical Document (CTD) was designed to provide a common format between Europe, USA, and Japan for the technical documentation included in an application for the registration of a human pharmaceutical product. The CTD dossier is divided…

Regulatory Writing - Volume 22, Issue

The European Medicine Agency's draft policy on the publication of clinical trial data for consultation (POLICY/0070, EMA/240810/2013) is causing quite a stir. The draft policy provides for the publication of large parts of the clinical study reports…

Regulatory submissions of non-interventional post-authorisation safety studies - Volume 26, Issue

The post-authorisation safety study (PASS) is a pharmacovigilance activity often required as a post-marketing commitment to establish a safety profile or address specific safety concerns. An imposed PASS must be submitted in common technical

The Light Stuff - Volume 22, Issue

A call to abandon the useless anachronism of the ‘define at first use’ rule for abbreviations Definitions CTD – Common Technical Document (dossier submitted for marketing authorization) eCTD – Electronic Common Technical Document QC – Quality…

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