The CDISC Standard for the Exchange of Nonclinical Data (SEND) provides the structure and implementation rules for the submission of computer readable datasets. SEND is one of the required standards for data submission to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and specifies a way to collect and present nonclinical data in a consistent format. The overall package consists of several components, but the focus is on individual study endpoint data which are typically mapped to datasets in domains with several variables in each study dataset.
With 2018 well underway, if you’re still not submitting in electronic Common Technical Document (eCTD) format in Europe, now is the time to transition. Non-eCTD electronic Submission or “NeeS” have been accepted for many years. However, they are becoming less common for National Procedures. Furthermore, at the end of this year, NeeS will be a thing of the past. On 10 March 2017, the European Heads of Medicines Agenices (HMA) announced that eCTD will be mandatory for all regulatory activities in National Procedures as of January 1, 2019.
DIA’s Annual Regulatory Submissions, Information, and Document Management (RSIDM) Meeting is an excellent opportunity to learn the latest eCTD information and best practices. One of the most valuable sessions of the meeting is always the “Ask the Regulators” session, in which representatives from FDA answer questions directly from the attendees. This year, DIA scheduled two such sessions in addition to the FDA presentations on PDUFA...
With the May, 2018 FDA mandate quickly approaching, conversion of paper IND’s, NDA’s, and DMF’s to eCTD format must happen soon. Here are some tips for a successful eCTD conversion.
Here we are in 2018, and to the surprise of some and the consternation of many, some paper applications are still alive and well. However, their days are numbered. The May FDA eCTD mandate is upon us. Is your company prepared to implement the FDA’s regulations for eCTD submissions of INDs, NDAs and DMFs?