Explain the rationale for the CTD, and describe the ways in which it is used.
Identify regional differences in regulatory requirements for information in a CTD-formatted submission.
Describe the structure of the CTD.
Access guidance on detailed structure and content of the CTD.
Outline formatting requirements for a CTD dossier.
Convert EU NTA and US NDA section codes and headings to their CTD equivalents.
This session introduces you to the nature of the Common Technical Document (CTD), a global standard designed by the ICH (International Conference on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use). The composition of a regulatory submission team is outlined.
In this session you will become more familiar with the five modules of the CTD.
Fine structure and format
You will be given access to guidelines that specify in detail the structure of each module of the CTD and the relationship between their sections and the documents that make up a dossier. Recommendations are also given on how to segregate and paginate documents and how to format pages, tables of contents and cross-references.
Using the CTD
Different ways in which you can use the CTD in practice are described. Production of a CTD dossier in both paper and electronic format is outlined.
Two tools allow you to convert section headings in the old EU NTA format or the US NDA format to their equivalents in the CTD.
Multiple-choice mastery assessment.