Guidance on post-notice of compliance (NOC) quality changes to drugs for human use: Consultation closed
From Health Canada
Current status: Closed
This consultation ran from August 6, 2021, to December 15, 2021.
Stakeholders were invited to comment on draft guidance documents on post-notice of compliance (NOC) quality changes for pharmaceutical, biologic and radiopharmaceutical drugs for human use. Health Canada will consider the comments when finalizing the documents.
Who was the focus of this consultation
We engaged with:
- Sponsors of pharmaceutical, biologic or radiopharmaceutical drugs
Key questions for discussion
Health Canada's guidance on post-notice of compliance (NOC) quality changes, released in September 2009, helps stakeholders understand the conditions for categorizing common post-authorization changes. Our guidance also offers recommendations for supporting documentation. Our 2009 guidance was split into the documents mentioned below.
We sought stakeholder input on the framework document and the following 4 separate draft documents on:
- overall quality
- Schedule C drugs (radiopharmaceuticals)
The draft document on veterinary drugs was not part of the consultation.
Based on the feedback, we are updating the framework and the 4 draft documents.
The revised framework also provides information relevant to post-NOC changes on safety. We will publish documents related to drugs for veterinary use separately.
Bureau of Policy, Science and International Programs
Pharmaceutical Drugs Directorate
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Holland Cross, Tower B
2nd Floor, Address Locator 3102C1
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