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Event Title
Regulatory Education for Industry (REdI): 2019 CDER Prescription Drug Labeling Conference – Dec. 4-5, 2019
December 04-05, 2019

Scheduled
Date:
December 04-05, 2019
Time:
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM EST
Location:
Event Location
Attend Online or
The Hotel at the University of Maryland

7777 Baltimore Avenue
College Park, MD 20740
United States


Organized By:


SBIA Prescription Drug Labeling Dec 4-5

Agenda

This event is FREE and open to the public. You may attend in-person or online.

The goal of this interactive conference is to provide useful information on prescription drug labeling development and discuss recently published FDA labeling guidances. FDA labeling specialists will present their unique perspectives concerning approaches and challenges in developing the Prescribing Information, FDA-approved patient labeling, and carton/container labeling, and will discuss methods to improve the quality of Structured Product Labeling (SPL) submissions.

Meeting participants (in-person and online) will have an opportunity (as time allows) to share their experiences and ask questions during dedicated Q&A panels.

TOPICS COVERED

  • Updating labeling
  • Overview of recently published draft FDA labeling guidances:
    • Indications and Usage section of labeling guidance
    • Drug Abuse and Dependence section of labeling guidance
    • Product Title and Initial U.S. Approval in Highlights of Prescribing Information guidance
  • Adverse reaction information in labeling
  • Specific population information in labeling (e.g., pediatric patients, pregnant patients, lactating patients, and females and males of reproductive potential)
  • Clinical pharmacology information in labeling
  • Product quality information in labeling
  • Labeling for biological products
  • Product nomenclature
  • Improving the format and appearance of Prescribing Information
  • Safety considerations for container labels and carton labeling to minimize medication errors
  • Improving consistency of information in the Prescribing Information and carton/container labeling
  • FDA-approved patient labeling (Instructions for Use)
  • Methods to improve the quality of Structured Product Labeling submissions

INTENDED AUDIENCE

Our 2019 CDER Prescription Drug Labeling Conference is intended for industry, academia, payors, healthcare information providers, and healthcare providers who

  • Review, develop, submit, or use the Prescribing Information, Instructions for Use, and/or carton/container labeling
  • Create or submit Structured Product Labeling files to the FDA
  • Review, develop, submit, or use the Prescribing Iinformation, Instructions for Use, and/or carton/container labeling
  • Create or submit Structured Product Labeling files to the FDA

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Update labeling when submitting New Drug Applications, Biologics License Applications, and/or supplements.
  • Include recommendations from new FDA guidances into future labeling submissions (e.g., indications; pediatric use information; abuse, misuse, addiction, tolerance, and dependence information; and the product title and Initial U.S. Approval in Highlights of Prescribing Information)
  • Discuss considerations for including adverse reaction information in labeling
  • Incorporate pregnancy, lactation, and females and males of reproductive potential information in labeling
  • Revise clinical pharmacology information in labeling according to recently published guidances
  • Develop labeling for biosimilar products
  • Differentiate between different dosage form terminology in labeling
  • Improve the format and appearance of Prescribing Information
  • Decrease risk of medication errors by improving carton/container labeling submissions
  • Ensure consistency of information in the Prescribing Information and carton/container labeling
  • Demonstrate clear, concise, and well-understood Instructions for Use for products that have complicated or detailed patient-use instructions
  • Analyze the quality of Structured Product Labeling file submissions

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

This course:

  • has been pre-approved by RAPS as eligible for credits towards a participant’s RAC recertification upon full completion
  • is eligible for SOCRA credit in continuing education programs for re-certification if the program is applicable to clinical research regulations, operations or management, or to the candidate's clinical research therapeutic area. Candidate must provide documentation of participation.
  • has been pre-approved by SQA as eligible for 0.25 non-GCP or non-GLP units for every 1 hour of instructional time towards a participant’s RQAP re-registration.
  • is approved for ACRP research-specific continuing education at the completion of this activity. Contact hours are provided at 1 point/hour for at least 45-60 minutes of qualified material.

FDA RESOURCES

FDA’s PLR Requirements for Prescribing Information website provides resources for the development of human prescription drug and biological product labeling regulated under New Drug Applications, Biologics License Applications, and Abbreviated New Drug Applications: PLR Requirements for Prescribing Information

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

The audio for the event will be provided through your computer speakers via Adobe Connect (there will NOT be a teleconference number to dial into). We recommend that you test your PC or mobile device prior to the event and you join the event a few minutes early to address any issues.
To test your PC, please visit: Adobe Connect Diagnostic Test

Questions
Please contact info@sbiaevents.com for all technical questions.

For Reasonable Accommodations
If special accommodations at the workshop are needed due to a disability, please email CDERSBIA@fda.hhs.gov at least 7 days in advance of the workshop date. Requests for sign language interpretation or Computer Aided Realtime Translation (CART)/captioning should be made 2 weeks in advance of the workshop and should be sent directly to the FDA Interpreting Services Staff email account: interpreting.services@oc.fda.gov.