How to prepare for your meeting with Health Faculty

DIA Training Course on
How to prepare for your meeting with Health
Authorities and present your product
Health Authority Interactions – Preparation, presentation and
implementation
Course #14546
14-15 October 2014
Novotel Paris Charenton, France
Faculty
Gabriele Disselhoff
Managing Director
Creative Regulatory & Quality Solutions (CRQS),
Germany
Truus Janse-de Hoog
Former Staff Member European cluster
Medicines Evaluation Board, the Netherlands
Stefan Schwoch
Senior Director, Global Regulatory Affairs –EU, Oncology and Cardiovascular
Eli Lilly, UK
Overview
If you work in pharmaceutical industry, you will sooner or later be faced with health authority meetings,
be it during product development, during the application for a marketing authorization or later in the
lifecycle of your drug to discuss pharmacovigilance matters.
This important course covers Health Authority (HA) meetings (and other interactions) in the EU and the
US. You will learn by performing role plays yourself and by many case studies.
Key Topics
• Different kinds of HA meetings in the EU and in the US
•How to prepare for HA meetings
•How to compose the best team for a meeting
•How to present your case and get the most out of your meeting
•The questions to ask - and not to ask
Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:
•Feel confident about managing HA meetings
•Know when you should request a HA meeting
•Be prepared when you are invited for a meeting
•Be sure which questions you should and should not ask
•Apply the right kind of negotiation skills with HA counterparts
•Understand how to best communicate the outcome of the HA interaction to your management and how
to drive implementation
•Participants will complete a knowledge check at the end of the course and will be provided with
feedback to ensure learning objectives are attained.
Who Will Attend
You – if you are part of a delegation for an HA meeting. Normally, Regulatory Affairs departments lead
the delegation, but depending on the topics to be discussed, this can be:
Continuing Education
•Clinical Research
•Non-clinical disciplines
•Drug Safety
•Chemical-pharmaceutical disciplines
•Medical Affairs
•Statistics
•Project Management
•Pharmacovigilance experts
DIA meetings and training courses are generally
approved by the Commission for Professional
Development (CPD) of the Swiss Association
of Pharmaceutical Professionals (SwAPP) and
the Swiss Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine
(SGPM) and will be honoured with credits for
pharmaceutical medicine. All participants are
eligible for these credits.
This course has limited capacity.
Register early.
PharmaTrain recognised
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DAY 1
DAY 2
08:00 REGISTRATION
09:00 Session 1
09:00 Session 5
APPLICATION FOR ADVICE AND PREPARATION FOR THE MEETING
Considerations for meeting requests, application forms, submission
of meeting requests form part of this Session, in addition the Briefing
Book itself with key considerations, which questions to ask and
differences between EU and US.
MEETINGS WITH HEALTH AUTHORITIES DURING PRODUCT
DEVELOPMENT, MARKETING APPLICATION AND PRODUCT
LIFECYCLE
The different opportunities for Health Authority Interactions in the EU
and the US during drug development are discussed.
Group work
Group work
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 Session 6
11:00 Session 2
HEALTH AUTHORITIES’ ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE AND THEIR
MAIN COMMITTEES
EU Regulatory network and system, Committees and Working Parties
and their interactions are explained as well as the organization of FDA
and US Advisory Committees.
12:30 Group work
LUNCH
14:00 Session 3
TYPES OF INTERACTIONS/MEETINGS IN EUROPE: EXAMPLES
Examples presented in this Session are joint EMA – HTA advice, advice
for orphan drug applications, qualification of Novel Methodologies,
Innovation Task Force, protocol assistance.
Group work
12:30 LUNCH
14:00 Session 7
HEALT AUTHORITY MEETING - ROLE PLAY AND DISCUSSION
Central part of this Session are the role plays, in which participants
get the opportunity to prove their negotiation skills either as health
authority side or industry.
After the role plays, Dos and Don’ts of meetings will be discussed and
information on other types of interactions given
TYPES OF INTERACTIONS/MEETINGS IN THE EU: SCIENTIFIC
ADVICE – HEARINGS - EXAMPLES
Emphasis of this Session is Scientific Advice in Europe. This includes
questions like whether to go for advice and where to go, i.e. decision
between CHMP or national advice, or which Member State to choose.
Group work
Group work
15:30 COFFEE BREAK
15:30 COFFEE BREAK
16:00 Session 8
16:00 Session 4
TYPES OF INTERACTIONS/MEETINGS IN THE US
Different types of meetings with FDA are dealt with, as well as
parallel advice between CHMP and FDA, comparison of presubmission
meetings, PDUFA update .
FDA representative via Webinar invited
Group work
17:30 DRINKS RECEPTION
18:30 END OF DAY ONE
FOLLOW-UP ACTIONS OF MEETINGS DISCUSSION AND WRAP-UP
Participants will learn what needs to be done after a meeting, on the
one hand towards the health authority and on the other hand within
the company.
17:30 END OF TRAINING COURSE
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“Presentation content was very good + detailed + interactive. Case studies
were very helpful.”
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“Case studies and role play were the most interesting part.”
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“Phrasing of questions for SA and selection of the best SA procedure (EMA
vs. national) was quite useful for me. I found the role play interesting and
learning but more time and information on the cases would have been
helpful.”
HOTEL INFORMATION
DIA has blocked a limited number of rooms at the following hotel:
Hotel Novotel Paris Charenton
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“Role plays very useful and more memorable; extended slides have less
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“I appreciated the sharing of experience and concrete examples from
the instructors and engagement for the audience to share their own
experience.”
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“I thought they (instructors) were all very knowledgeable and approachable.
Shared important information.”
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“Varied backgrounds and great breadth of experience”
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“A very enjoyable learning experience. I have gained more in depth
knowledge to which I can take back + share with my team. All abstracts were
excellent.”
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“Why this course -> because I never go yet to meet EU agencies and I am
supposed to go next year.”
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