- Define the concept of variations to marketing authorisations in the EEA.
- Identify which type of variation is appropriate for each kind of change to be made.
- Identify the documentation required to support the variation.
- Describe how to prepare and submit variation notifications or applications appropriate for each type of variation and route of regulatory approval, including options for grouping of variations and for work sharing of assessment.
This session identifies and characterises the different types of variation.
Determining variation types
This session looks at the reasons for variations and describes how to identify the type of variation appropriate for each change required.
General procedural aspects
This session describes the different routes to regulatory approval of variations, identifies which is appropriate for a given product, specifies the supporting documentation necessary, and describes the provisions for grouping multiple variations into a single submission and for work sharing of regulatory assessment among member states.
Variations via the Centralised Procedure
This session describes the processes specific to the submission and processing of variations notifications and applications through the Centralised Procedure.
Variations via the Mutual Recognition Procedure
This session describes the processes specific to the submission and processing of variations notifications and applications through the Mutual Recognition Procedure.
A case study of a flawed submission process.
The new legislation
An outline of the changes brought about by Regulation (EU) 712/2012.
Multiple-choice mastery assessment.