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What is understood by 'deletion of a non-significant parameter'?

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The Variation Classification guidelines list approximately 350 different types of variation change codes and classification sub-categories. These variations fall under three possible procedure types: TIA, TIB or TII and cover the active substance and finished product, devices and safety, efficacy, …

Submitting a variation that impacts the SmPC, label and Patient Information Leaflet (PIL)

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  Several variations have a direct or consequential impact on the product information of a Marketing Authorisation (MA), by introducing changes to the SmPC and fragments, labelling and Patient Information Leaflets (PILs); these variations have a range of submission requirements …

Delivering new services to put our customers first

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  We are delivering cutting-edge technology to improve processes, introduce automation and enhance customer services throughout 2018. Our Information Processing Unit is in the middle of a four-year reform programme designed to improve its services, operations and overall efficiency while …

Event updates and the new Composite Coordinated Collection (CCC) calculator

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MHRA Variations Masterclass and Workshop  - Third Date Added On 25 September Licensing Division held a single day event, (to be repeated on November 24), with presentations on the submission of variation procedures in the morning and two workshops (quality and …

2017 ‘Applying for an MA’ & ‘Variations Masterclass and workshop’

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Earlier this year, I mentioned we are planning events aimed at helping applicants submit that all elusive “ideal” data package and reduce deficiencies during assessment, to reduce the number of ‘Notification With Grounds’ (NWG) letters generated. We can now announce …