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Evidence of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) for drug submissions. The goal of this revision is to better align the drug submission screening and review process with the Drug Establishment Licence (DEL) process. This should allow sponsors to make timely drug submissions while still providing adequate assurance of an establishment’s commitment to quality.
Health Canada is revising the Guidance Document entitled: The Management of Drug Submissions and Applications (MDSA). This document provides sponsors and Health Canada staff of the Therapeutic Products Directorate, the Biologic and Radiopharmaceutical Drugs Directorate, the Natural and Non-Prescription Health Products Directorate (Non-Prescription Drugs Evaluation Division), and the Marketed Health Products Directorate with operational direction and guidance regarding the way in which drug submissions, applications or post-market documents submitted to Health Canada are managed.
Health Canada’s Veterinary Drugs Directorate (VDD) is clarifying the expectations for the information about Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) status that should accompany veterinary drug submissions.
The purpose of this document is to provide sponsors of new drug submissions and abbreviated new drug submissions with the information necessary to comply with Sections C.08.002(2)(h), C.08.002.1(2)(c)(ii) and C.08.003(3) of the Food and Drug Regulations, with respect to comparative pharmacokinetic studies, with emphasis on in vivo comparative pharmacokinetic studies.
This document is intended to describe the appropriate mechanisms to address drug submission-related disputes.
This guidance document is intended to provide sponsors with an outline of the chemistry and manufacturing, clinical, and human safety requirements for the filing of the following submission types with the Veterinary Drugs Directorate (VDD): Abbreviated New Drug Submission (ANDS); Changes to ANDS - Supplemental Abbreviated New Drug Submission (SANDS) and Notifiable Change (NC).
Present the list of new drug submissions (NDSs) that are currently being reviewed.
When a company decides it would like to sell a drug or vaccine in Canada, it files a submission with Health Canada. A new drug submission contains detailed scientific information about the drug's safety, efficacy and quality. Health Canada scientific reviewers evaluate data to assess the potential benefits and risks of a drug or vaccine. They also review the information that will be provided to health care practitioners and consumers about the product.
This Guidance Document is to be used in the preparation of Veterinary Drug Submissions for presentation to Health Canada. Some sections of this Guidance Document are general in nature. Therefore, this Guidance Document should be used in conjunction with the complete Food and Drugs Act and Regulations, and with specific Health Canada Policies and Guidance Documents applicable to veterinary drugs.
The Guidance Document: Management of Drug Submissions and Applications (MDSG) gives sponsors and Health Canada staff operational direction and guidance when managing information submitted in accordance with the Food and Drugs Act and its Regulations.