2022-02-23 2022-02-23 , Online Online, 1.090,- € zzgl. MwSt. Dr. Marc Christian Bauer https://www.forum-institut.de/seminar/22022000-expanded-access-programmes/referenten/22/22_02/22022000-course-expanded-access-programmes_bauer-marc-christian.jpg Expanded Access Programmes

Compassionate Use Programme (CUP) and Named Patient Programme (NPP) - the expertise required to plan and conduct expanded access programmes.

Topics
  • Matching the programme and the company strategy
  • Programme design: CUP and NPP
  • Medical governance and programme integrity
  • From early access to regular launch: transitional plan, pricing, supply chain
Aims and objectives
Are you about to decide whether an expanded access programme should be developed or are you already about to plan and execute one? Then, this seminar supports you with legal and medical know-how. After having attended the seminar you know what to bear in mind in the planning phase, have received practical tipps on how to do the medical oversight and how to determine a potential programme end.
Who should attend

This seminar will provide in-depth information on CUPs and NPPs to all involved in clinical affairs, medical affairs, health technology assessment (HTA) and healthcare management, particularly those who develop, plan and conduct expanded access programmes.

Course: Expanded Access Programmes

Expanded Access Programmes

Benefits
  • Three experts with extensive experience in setting up and conducting expanded access programmes
  • A direct comparison between CUPs and NPPs
  • We are following the IMI quality criteria

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23.02.2022

23.02.2022

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from 09:00 - 17:00You may dial in 30...

from 09:00 - 17:00
You may dial in 30 min. before the session
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Compassionate Use Programme (CUP) and Named Patient Programme (NPP) - the expertise required to plan and conduct expanded access programmes.

Topics
  • Matching the programme and the company strategy
  • Programme design: CUP and NPP
  • Medical governance and programme integrity
  • From early access to regular launch: transitional plan, pricing, supply chain
Aims and objectives

Are you about to decide whether an expanded access programme should be developed or are you already about to plan and execute one? Then, this seminar supports you with legal and medical know-how. After having attended the seminar you know what to bear in mind in the planning phase, have received practical tipps on how to do the medical oversight and how to determine a potential programme end.

Who should attend

This seminar will provide in-depth information on CUPs and NPPs to all involved in clinical affairs, medical affairs, health technology assessment (HTA) and healthcare management, particularly those who develop, plan and conduct expanded access programmes.

Detailed programme

from 09:00 - 17:00
You may dial in 30 min. before the session

09:00 Introduction, participants' expectations


09:15

Dr Marc Christian Bauer

Introduction and decision tree - matching the programme and the company strategy
  • Why set up a programme?Pros and cons
  • Legal framework and preconditions: unmet medical need
  • Named Patient Programme (NPP)
  • Compassionate Use Programme (CUP)
  • All the EU, CH, UK or specific countries?
  • Should supply be free of charge or against payment?
  • Exercise: Pros and cons of a programme

10:30 Coffee break and time for discussion


10:50

Dr Stuart Bell

Early access programme design
  • Intentions behind the programme
  • Regulatory pathway selection
  • Time frame and duration
  • Infrastructure and logistics:Should a partner be involved?
  • Costs and results
  • Project planning
  • Starting point and timing
  • Outcomes research in EAPs:HTA in the focus, too?
  • Exercise: An early access approach from the perspective of a small EU biotech company

12:10 Lunch break


13:10

Sarah Moore

Medical oversight and implementing early access programmes
  • Medical governance andprogramme integrity
  • The challenges of execution
  • Strategies and tools to maximise success
  • Partnering with an access vendor
  • Pharmacovigilance obligationsand best practice

14:30 Coffee break and time for discussion


15:00

Dr Marc Christian Bauer

Should the programme end? From early access to regular launch
  • Unlimited programmes versus programmes that end with the marketing authorisation - consequences
  • From early access to regular launch: transitional plan, pricing, supply chain

16:15 Final discussion


17:00 End of seminar


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Your benefits

  • Three experts with extensive experience in setting up and conducting expanded access programmes
  • A direct comparison between CUPs and NPPs
  • Strategic information on country selection, outcome research possibilities and much more

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