Data exclusivity for Rx-to-OTC switches in Europe

Data exclusivity for Rx-to-OTC switches in Europe

(englisch-sprachige Dissertation)

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Autor: Stäbler, Carolin

2014, 208 Seiten, kartoniert, 17 x 24 cm

ISBN: 978-3-7741-1259-9
Art. Nr.: 00011488

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Prescription-free medicinal products play an important role when it comes to providing people suffering from self-diagnosable and self-treatable diseases with safe and effective treatment options.

The change of classification of medicinal products for human use from prescription to non- prescription status (commonly called Rx-to-OTC switch) is the key procedure when it comes to innovating and improving self-medication.

The purpose thereof is to provide new and perhaps better options for self-medication, but granting effectiveness as well as safety in the treatment of diseases partly not yet established as a self-treatment option.

While the development of new substances to be used as medicinal products is well standardized, the change to non-prescription status is much less defined, making decisions about how to proceed a process with several confounding factors.

This thesis discusses the  legal background for a change of class of prescription products in Europe and regulatory pathways to be considered when aiming for a successful Rx-to-OTC switch. Focus is laid on data exclusivity as a means to control and improve patient behavior and thus treatment outcome.

Options for obtaining data exclusivity are analyzed via post-hoc analysis of some actual cases and proposals are set up how to generate data which reflect patients' needs and knowledge for self-medication more than data derived from prescription use, thus adding new categories of data to be acknowledged as necessary, relevant and new.


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Data exclusivity for Rx-to-OTC switches in Europe

Data exclusivity for Rx-to-OTC switches in Europe

(englisch-sprachige Dissertation)

39,90 EUR

 inkl. gesetzl. MwSt.
 
Autor: Stäbler, Carolin

2014, 208 Seiten, kartoniert, 17 x 24 cm

ISBN: 978-3-7741-1259-9
Art. Nr.: 00011488

Lieferzeit: 1-3 Werktage

Auf den Merkzettel
Prescription-free medicinal products play an important role when it comes to providing people suffering from self-diagnosable and self-treatable diseases with safe and effective treatment options.

The change of classification of medicinal products for human use from prescription to non- prescription status (commonly called Rx-to-OTC switch) is the key procedure when it comes to innovating and improving self-medication.

The purpose thereof is to provide new and perhaps better options for self-medication, but granting effectiveness as well as safety in the treatment of diseases partly not yet established as a self-treatment option.

While the development of new substances to be used as medicinal products is well standardized, the change to non-prescription status is much less defined, making decisions about how to proceed a process with several confounding factors.

This thesis discusses the  legal background for a change of class of prescription products in Europe and regulatory pathways to be considered when aiming for a successful Rx-to-OTC switch. Focus is laid on data exclusivity as a means to control and improve patient behavior and thus treatment outcome.

Options for obtaining data exclusivity are analyzed via post-hoc analysis of some actual cases and proposals are set up how to generate data which reflect patients' needs and knowledge for self-medication more than data derived from prescription use, thus adding new categories of data to be acknowledged as necessary, relevant and new.


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