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Clinical Trials Registration and Results Reporting: Legislative Requirements. Jerry Sheehan Assistant Director for Policy Development National Library of Medicine – National Institutes of Health NLM Board of Regents Working Group on Clinical Trials 11 February 2008, Washington, DC.

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clinical trials registration and results reporting legislative requirements

Clinical Trials Registration and Results Reporting: Legislative Requirements

Jerry Sheehan

Assistant Director for Policy Development

National Library of Medicine – National Institutes of Health

NLM Board of Regents Working Group on Clinical Trials

11 February 2008, Washington, DC

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why register at clinicaltrials gov policies mandating registration
Why Register at ClinicalTrials.gov: Policies Mandating Registration
  • FDAMA Section 113 (1997)
    • Director of NIH to establish registry of drug trials related to serious and life-threatening conditions.
    • Sponsors required to submit information within 21 days of protocol approval.
  • ICMJE (2004)
    • Registration as precondition for publication
    • Applies to all types of clinical trials
  • State of Maine (2005)
    • Prescription drugs and biologics marketed in Maine
    • Register in ClinicalTrials.gov; Post results in publicly available Website (gov’t site when available)

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new reason to register p l 110 85 fda amendments act
New Reason to Register: P.L. 110-85 FDA Amendments Act
  • Title I — Prescription Drug User Fee Act of 2007
  • Title II — Medical Device User Fee Amendments of 2007
  • Title III — Pediatric Medical Device Safety and Improvement Act of 2007
  • Title IV —Pediatric Research Equity Act of 2007
  • Title V — Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act of 2007
  • Title VI — Reagan-Udall Foundation
  • Title VII — Conflicts of Interest
  • Title VIII—Clinical Trial Databases
  • Title IX — Enhanced Authorities Regarding Postmarket Safety of Drugs
  • Title X — Food Safety
  • Title XI — Other Provisions

Enacted on September 27, 2007

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overview of p l 110 85 801 expanded clinical trial registry data bank
Overview of P.L.110-85 §801Expanded Clinical Trial Registry Data Bank
  • 90-Day Requirements (12/26/07)
    • Expand clinical trials registry to accept broader scope of trials, more required information
      • New registrations – submission of new information
      • Updating of existing records for ongoing trials (~13,000)
    • Establish links from registry to specified FDA & NIH (NLM) results information
  • 1 Year and beyond (9/27/2008+)
    • Basic results database and results reporting (1 year)
    • Public meeting to solicit stakeholder input (18 months)
    • Adverse event reporting (18-24 months)
    • Pilot Quality Control study with FDA to inform rulemaking
    • Expand Registry and Results Database by rulemaking (3 yrs)
  • Penalties for non-compliance
who must register and report results responsible party
Who Must Register and Report Results -- Responsible Party

Defined as:

  • The sponsor of the clinical trial

-- OR --

  • The principal investigator (PI)
    • if so designated by a sponsor, grantee, contractor, or awardee.
    • so long as the PI is responsible for conducting the trial and has sufficient data rights.

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which trials to register applicable clinical trials
Which Trials to Register – Applicable Clinical Trials
  • Applicable Drug Clinical Trial
    • Controlled clinical investigations, other than Phase 1 investigations
    • Product subject to FDA regulation (drugs and biologics)
  • Applicable Device Clinical Trial
    • Controlled trials with health outcomes of devices subject to FDA regulation (other than small feasibility studies)
    • Pediatric postmarket surveillance
  • Voluntary submissions specifically authorized

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registration information
Registration information
  • Registry “Content” includes 25 elements
    • Descriptive information (title, study design, primary/secondary outcome measures, etc.)
    • Recruitment information (eligibility, recruitment status, etc.)
    • Location and contact information (site-specific)
    • Administrative information (protocol ID, IND/IDE protocol no.)
  • Other elements to implement law, e.g.,
    • Is outcome measure a safety issue (Yes/No)? (to allow searching)
    • FDA regulatory status (to determine if device registration can be posted)
    • Is this an applicable trial (Y/N)? (differentiate voluntary registration)
  • Information must be updated
    • At least once every 12 months if information has changed
    • Recruitment status to be updated within 30 days of any change

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timing of registration and posting of information
Timing of Registration and Posting of Information
  • Registration
    • In general within 21 days of first recruit
  • Posting of information
    • Drugs & Biologics: within 30 days of submission
    • Approved/Cleared Devices: within 30 days
    • Devices not previously approved/cleared
      • Not earlier than the date of approval/clearance
      • Not later than 30 days after such date

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linking to results information
Linking to Results Information
  • Starting 90 days after enactment
  • NIH Information:
    • MEDLINE citation to published results
    • DailyMed structured product labels
  • FDA Information, including
    • Available summary document of trial discussed at FDA Advisory Committee meeting.
    • Posted FDA assessment of results of applicable drug trial conducted under section 505A or 505B.
    • FDA public health advisory regarding drug or device
    • FDA action package for approval document
    • Safety and effectiveness summary documents for devices

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basic results database general characteristics
Basic Results Database: General Characteristics
  • Establish within 12 months of enactment
  • Results of applicable trials of approved/cleared medical products
  • Information to be provided
    • Demographic and Baseline Characteristics
    • Primary and Secondary Outcomes
    • Point of Contact (scientific queries)
    • Certain Agreements - restrictions on PI to discuss or publish results after trial completion
  • Deadline for submission
    • Within 12 months of the earlier of estimated or actual trial completion date
    • Delayed submission if certify seeking initial approval or new use.

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adverse event reporting
Adverse Event Reporting
  • Rulemaking within 18 months
    • “Best method for including” AER info for serious and frequent adverse events
    • “Useful and not misleading” to patients, clinicians, scientists
  • Default provision if regulation not issued in 2 yrs
    • Table of SERIOUS Adverse Events (by arm)
    • Table of FREQUENT Adverse Events (by arm)
      • Exceed frequency of 5 percent within any arm
      • Grouped by organ system
    • Other information needed enhance patient understanding (consult with risk communication experts)

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expanded results database by rulemaking
Expanded Results Database: By Rulemaking
  • Rulemaking within 3 years, to include/consider:
    • Results reporting for unapproved products?
    • Summary information (technical and non-technical) if can be done w/out being misleading, promotional
    • Timing of submissions (12 months or up to 18 months?)
    • Format of submitted information
    • Full protocols or information needed to evaluate results
    • Additional information for patients . . .
  • Sources of information to consider
    • Public meeting with stakeholders w/in 18 months
    • Pilot Quality control study by FDA and NIH
    • WHO data set

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penalties for non compliance
Penalties for Non-Compliance
  • Withholding of federal funding (e.g., from NIH, VA, others)
  • Monetary fines -- Up to $10,000 per violation and $10,000 per day
  • Notices of non-compliance posted in registry/results database
  • Processes needed to detect, determine, inform RP of non-compliance

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additional information
Additional information
  • Available online:
  • NIH Fact Sheet
  • NIH Guide Notice (for grantees)
  • List of Registration Data Elements
  • Detailed Data Element Descriptions
  • ClinicalTrials.gov:
  • http://www.clinicaltrials.gov
  • Protocol Registration System: http://prsinfo.clinicaltrials.gov
  • Jerry Sheehan: SheehanJR@nlm.nih.gov

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