Malvern, PA (PRWEB) December 18, 2012
The Center for Professional Innovation and Education (CfPIE) has introduced a new course, Recent FDA Approval Trends: What You Must Know, to help pharmaceutical and biotechnology professionals stay abreast of evolving regulatory trends. The comprehensive, two-day course will be presented on January 28-29, 2012 at the Doubletree Valley Forge in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
Addressed are cost-effective strategies and tactics for keeping track of developments in FDA approvals and the latest requirements in a complex regulatory environment to avoid the consequences of non-compliance. It breaks down information compiled from the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development (Tufts CSDD) and from consultant and government reports into perspectives for individuals working across a broad range of disciplines. This content holds particular importance for those in clinical development, translational medicine, regulatory science, regulatory affairs, risk management, clinical/regulatory informatics, statistics, strategic planning, and project management.
The curriculum covers current trends and provides insights into how they translate into the future. It also compares tactics adopted by competitors as well as trend variations within therapeutic areas and product types. Key topics include basic approval trends for NMEs, NDAs, BLAs, and Supplements; special product designations/programs; regulatory science and ‘next wave’ product approvals; the impact of FDA and Sponsor workload on approval trends; factors that may introduce bias into the approval process; and what PDUFA’s past tells us about its future.
The Center for Professional Innovation and Education (CfPIE) is the global leader in professional training for pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device segments of the Life Sciences industry. CfPIE offers more than 350 class sessions annually across 71 course titles. Multiple learning formats—classroom, online, customized on-site presentation and certification program—provide individuals and companies versatile choices for improving personal skills, maintaining regulatory compliance, and creating opportunities for career advancement. Small class sizes and Life Science industry-active course directors promote a dynamic learning environment with excellent student-to-teacher interaction.