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Slide 1 - Adverse Events and Serious Adverse Events Office of Research Education and Regulatory Management
Slide 2 - Objectives Recognize Adverse Events and serious adverse events Review FDA inspection findings related to adverse events Review regulations related to adverse events Discuss recording and reporting of adverse events Discuss auditing of adverse events Demonstrate audit of adverse events
Slide 3 - FDA Inspection “Failure to prepare and submit complete and accurate and timely reports of unanticipated adverse device effects”
Slide 4 - Recognizing
Slide 5 - Adverse Events Any adverse event associated with the use of a drug in humans, whether or not considered related. 21CFR 314.80 Any untoward medical occurrence in a patient administered a pharmaceutical product and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with the treatment ICH E6
Slide 6 - Adverse Event NCI An unexpected medical problem that occurs during treatment with a drug or other therapy. Adverse events do not have to be a caused by the drug or therapy
Slide 7 - Serious Adverse Event Fred Doesn’t Have Any Money Left Fatal Disability Hospitalization Anomaly Medically Significant Life Threatening
Slide 8 - Expected Vs. Unexpected Expected Known to Occur and is Listed in the Investigational Brochure, Informed Consent, or General Investigational Plan Unexpected Not listed in Investigational Brochure, Informed Consent, or General Investigational Plan Also not listed in a drug package insert
Slide 9 - Recording
Slide 10 - Recording Know which adverse events the protocol requires to be captured
Slide 11 - Source Documentation Source Documentation of adverse events include documentation in the medical records of: Event Date it occurred Grade as determined by CTCAE Expected or Unexpected Attribution as assigned by PI Date resolved Treatment patient received specifically related to event
Slide 12 - Sample Adverse Event Recording Form See template behind this presentation
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Slide 14 - Attribution (Causality) The attribution (relationship or causality or drug related assessment) must be determined A determination made by a clinical investigator that describes the relationship or association of the study product with an adverse experience This determination must be recorded both in the medical record as well as in the case report form.
Slide 15 - Attribution What should the investigator consider prior to assigning attribution? Individual medical history Known effects of concomitant medications
Slide 16 - Attribution Definite – Clearly related to study agent Probable – Likely related to study agent Possible – May be related to study agent Unlikely – Doubtfully related to study agent Unrelated – Clearly not related to study agent
Slide 17 - How to Capture Adverse Events? Split or Lumped Fever, Diarrhea, and Vomiting (Viral Gastroenteritis) Cough, Sniffles, Sore throat (Flu)
Slide 18 - How to Capture Adverse Events? Problems with similar terms Rash or Dermatitis Wheezing, reactive airway disease, congestion, cold, , asthma
Slide 19 - Documenting Resolution Dates Challenge Does the patient remember when their adverse event resolved? Do you call the patient? Or wait till the next visit?
Slide 20 - Patient Toxicity Diary Diaries where patients capture toxicities between their follow up appointments
Slide 21 - Patient Toxicity Diaries Patient writes down constipation because he did not have a bowel movement one day Research nurse captures constipation without assessing further Physician copies the research nurse’s note and also dictates constipation Did anyone ask about the constipation? According to CTC V3, constipation is grade 1 only if there is occasional or intermittent symptoms; occasional use of stool softeners, laxatives, dietary modification, or enema
Slide 22 - Patient Adverse Event Diaries Advantages Allows capturing information on a daily basis while patient is away from clinic A communication tool for patient returns to clinic Useful in capturing onset and resolution dates of adverse events Disadvantages Time consuming Patient non-compliance Patient self diagnosis or interpretation Complicated Instructions
Slide 23 - Question to ask When should site staff begin collecting adverse event information?
Slide 24 - Question to ask How long should one collect adverse events after the subject completes study treatment?
Slide 25 - Reporting
Slide 26 - Reporting Serious Events An investigator must promptly report to the sponsor any adverse effect that may reasonably be regarded as caused by or probably caused by the drug. If the adverse effect is alarming, the investigator shall report the adverse effect immediately. 21CFR312.64
Slide 27 - Reporting Criteria Routine Reporting Know which events can be reported at interim analysis or annual reviews Expedited Reporting Know which events require immediate reporting
Slide 28 - Reporting Criteria Know which type of expedited reports each regulatory body requires FDA Sponsor Co-Sponsor MD Anderson NCI Collaborative Groups
Slide 29 - Issues in reporting Primary events Example Patient admitted with Congestive Heart Failure Subsequently develops: Pulmonary Edema and Cardiogenic Shock
Slide 30 - Consequences of Improper Reporting Protocol Violations IRB will close protocol FDA Hold Sponsor Hold Research Privileges Revoked Patient Safety
Slide 31 - Auditing
Slide 32 - Auditing Check Points How are AEs being recorded in the medical record? Does documentation include grade, onset, resolution, and attribution?
Slide 33 - Auditing Check Points Were all toxicities included? Was the proper CTCAE version used for the protocol? Were the toxicities graded appropriately?
Slide 34 - Auditing Check Points Was the event a dose limiting toxicity? Should the dose have been reduced? If so, did the research team realize it as such and identify it correctly?
Slide 35 - Auditing Are adverse events appropriately reported within the time periods required by regulations, sponsor, and IRB policies?
Slide 36 - We have reviewed………. Recognizing adverse events and serious adverse events Inspections and findings related to adverse events Regulations related to adverse events Recording and reporting of adverse events Auditing of adverse events