31 January 2018 EMA/PRAC/139104/2018

Procedure Management and Committees Support Division

Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC): Work Plan 2018 Adopted by the Committee on 31 January 2018

1.

Evaluation activities for human medicines

1.1.

Pre-authorisation activities ....................................................................................3

1.1.1.

Special populations and product guidances ...................................................................3

1.1.2.

Life-cycle approach to pharmacovigilance and risk managements ....................................3

1.2.

Initial-evaluation activities.....................................................................................4

1.3.

Post-authorisation activities...................................................................................5

1.3.1.

Information from real-world clinical use of medicines .....................................................5

1.4.

Arbitrations and referrals .......................................................................................6

1.5.

Pharmacovigilance activities ..................................................................................6

1.5.1.

Optimising management and utility of reported adverse reactions....................................6

1.5.2.

Signal detection and management...............................................................................7

1.5.3.

Measuring the impact of pharmacovigilance activities .....................................................8

1.6.

Other specialised areas and activities.....................................................................9

1.6.1.

Regulatory science ....................................................................................................9

2.

Horizontal activities and other areas

2.1.

Committees and working parties ..........................................................................10

2.2.

Inspections and compliance .................................................................................10

2.3.

Partners and stakeholders ....................................................................................11

2.3.1.

Engage patients and healthcare professionals, communication with stakeholders .............11

2.4.

Data-management support ...................................................................................12

2.5.

Process improvements .........................................................................................12

3.

List of acronyms and abbreviations

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The activities outlined in the PRAC work plan for 2018 have been agreed considering the respective business priorities, as well as the Agency’s relocation as a result of the UK’s exit from the EU and its impact on the EMA’s business continuity, and may be subject to further review and reprioritisation in accordance with the business continuity plan of the Agency.

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1.

Evaluation activities for human medicines

1.1.

Pre-authorisation activities

1.1.1.

Special populations and product guidances Certain specific population groups including children, pregnant women and the elderly require specific consideration in the conduct of pharmacovigilance. This PRAC work topic channels Committee’s expertise into the development of population specific guidance.

Key objective(s) 

Strengthen pharmacovigilance by industry and regulators through dedicated guidance on specific populations.

Activities in 2018 PRAC activities to achieve the objectives set for this area: 

Provide expert input in the finalisation (in cooperation with PDCO) of the revision of GVP P. IV - ‘Product- or population-specific considerations: Paediatric pharmacovigilance’ following public consultation.



Provide expert input in the drafting of GVP P. V – ‘Product- or population-specific considerations: Medicines use in geriatric healthcare’ in view of its release for public consultation.



Provide expert input in the drafting of GVP P.III – ‘Product- or population-specific considerations: pregnancy and breastfeeding’.

PRAC topic leader(s): June Raine Other Committee participants:

1.1.2.

Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Member

Dolores Montero Corominas

ES

Member

Kirsti Villikka

FI

Member

Ghania Chamouni

FR

Member

Jolanta Gulbinovič

LT

Member Member

Sabine Straus Ulla Wändel Liminga

NL SE

Member

Thierry Trenque

Alternate

Kirsten Myhr

Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC Representative of healthcare professionals appointed by the EC

Life-cycle approach to pharmacovigilance and risk managements By ensuring robust, feasible and risk proportionate planning of pharmacovigilance activities including risk minimisation and further collection of data and information, the work of the PRAC supports the protection and promotion of public health. The work of PRAC also underpins innovation throughout the product lifecycle thereby and supporting the delivery of

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new treatments to patients, fulfilling unmet medical needs.

Key objective(s) 

Strengthen public health promotion and protection.



Support innovation and the fulfilment of unmet medical needs of patients.

Activities in 2018 PRAC activities to achieve the objectives set for this area: 

Provide input in identifying points for improvement following the review of first RMPs submitted with the new template and implementation of revision 2 of GVP module V on ‘Risk management systems’. See also 2.5.



Provide expert input to revision 3 of GVP module XVI on ‘Risk minimisation measures: selection of tools and effectiveness indicators’ in order to further define and clarify the role of risk minimisation tools and address the workshop recommendations on measuring impact of pharmacovigilance activities held in December 2016.



Provide input in optimising PRAC-SAWP interaction in scientific advice procedures on PASS protocols and in scientific advice procedures involving questions falling under the mandate of the PRAC on pharmacovigilance planning and risk mitigation1. See also 1.3.1.

PRAC topic leader(s): Martin Huber Other Committee participants:

1.2.

Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Alternate

Valerie Strassmann

DE

Alternate

Eva Segovia

ES

Member

Ghania Chamouni

FR

Alternate

Željana Margan Koletić

HR

Member

Almath Spooner

IE

Member

Carmela Macchiarulo

IT

Member

Jolanta Gulbinovič

LT

Member

Sabine Straus

NL

Member

Ana Sofia Diniz Martins

PT

Alternate

PT

Member

Márcia Sofia Sanches de Castro Lopes Silva Ulla Wändel Liminga

Alternate

Qun-Ying Yue

SE

Member

Julie Williams

UK

Member

Hervé Le Louet

Member

Brigitte KellerStanislawski

Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC

SE

Initial-evaluation activities Not applicable

1

So called PRAC consultation in scientific advice procedures

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1.3.

Post-authorisation activities

1.3.1.

Information from real-world clinical use of medicines Collection and analysis of data and information from the real-world use of medicines is important in supporting assessment and decision-making on how medicines are used, their effectiveness and their safety. Use of epidemiological approaches is key and enablers include access to electronic health and insurance records, clear governance, and collaboration across stakeholders including academia. Data and information from the realworld use of medicines is a key enabler for access to new treatments and will support the PRIME scheme and Adaptive Pathway initiatives.

Key objective(s) 

Strengthen the input of the network and academic research as a source of data and information in PRAC assessments.



Improve collaboration within the network to deliver focussed results of assessment of information from clinical use.

Activities in 2018 PRAC activities to achieve the objectives set for this area: 

Review of lessons learnt from the pilot regulatory network study involving EMA, Spain and the United Kingdom, as a source of learnings for regulatory network’s support to PRAC assessment with best evidence and measurement of public health impact of regulatory decisions.



In the light of the EMA landscaping of current infrastructure and data sources, contribute to the identification and utilisation of real world data to support PRAC decision making and inform the development of PRAC procedures and future study designs. See also 1.1.2.



Provide recommendation on maximising utility of ENCePP network for PRAC assessments. See also 1.5.3.



Informed by input of the ADVANCE and other projects on vaccine benefit risk and consider recommendations for vaccine surveillance.



Contribute to the EMA initiative on patient registries and the Cross-Committee task force on registries: 

by providing input to the development of a guidance on methodological aspects and governance of patient registries based on the workshops organised for cystic fibrosis, multiple sclerosis and chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell product registries.



In the context of regulatory procedures, by identifying and interacting with existing disease registries to facilitate the use or development of disease-specific core data sets enabling the generation of meaningful efficacy and safety data.



by strengthening the role of PRAC in innovative medicines taking into account progress made in delivering registries infrastructure - planned joint work with CAT and CHMP.



Input into the report from the HMA/EMA task force on big data.

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PRAC topic leader(s): Marie Louise (Marieke) De Bruin; Dolores Montero Corominas; Julie Williams Other Committee participants:

1.4.

Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Member

Nikica Mirošević Skvrce

HR

Member

Almath Spooner

IE

Member

Carmela Macchiarulo

IT

Member

Ulla Wändel Liminga

SE

Member

Tatiana Magalova

SK

Member Member

Brigitte KellerStanislawski Stephen Evans

Alternate

Albert van der Zeijden

Expert

Nils Feltelius

Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC Representative of patients’ organisations appointed by the EC SE

Expert

Philip Bryan

UK

Expert

Katherine Donegan

UK

Arbitrations and referrals See under 2.5.

1.5.

Pharmacovigilance activities

1.5.1.

Optimising management and utility of reported adverse reactions In November 2017 the full functionality of EudraVigilance became operational. This allows simplified reporting and better data access and analysis.

Key objective(s) 

Enhanced adverse reaction collection and management system (EudraVigilance) that delivers better health protection through simplified reporting, better quality data and better searching, analysis and tracking functionalities. Enhanced detection of new or changing safety issues allows more rapid action to protect public health.

Activities in 2018 PRAC activities to achieve the objectives set for this area: 

Provide expert input to the initiation of revision 3 of GVP module VI on ‘Management and reporting of adverse reactions to medicinal products’, taking into account outputs of the IMI-WEB-RADR project.



Finalise the note for clarification on collecting and reporting information on off-label use in pharmacovigilance aiming at providing an overall guidance to MAHs on the collection and reporting of information on off-label use as ICSRs and in PSURs depending whether or not the off-label use of the medicinal product is considered to raise a safety concern and is included in the RMP as an important potential risk. This is conducted in line with

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revision 2 of GVP module V on ‘Risk management systems’ and revision 2 of GVP module VI on ‘Management and adverse reactions to medicinal products’ finalised in 2017. 

Monitor the operations of the new EudraVigilance system functionalities and the experience gained as regards the impacted business processes.



Agree on the EudraVigilance operational plan.



Contribute to the data collection of Member States’ experience and perspective in the EMA’s and Member States’ report to the European Commission on the use of the additional monitoring.

PRAC topic leader(s): Jean-Michel Dogné Other Committee participants:

1.5.2.

Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Member

Martin Huber

DE

Member

Sabine Straus

NL

Member

Hervé Le Louet

Expert

Edurne Lázaro

Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC ES

Signal detection and management Key PRAC tasks include prioritisation, assessment and recommendations on safety signals. This key public health domain has delivered important outputs during PRAC’s first five-years of activity and there is an opportunity to further enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of these activities based on important regulatory science results from the PROTECT project and learnings from operation of the processes to date. Furthermore, as of end of 2017 MAHs have access to EudraVigilance data and the new processes for managing MAHs’ communication of signals raised from EudraVigilance will require an oversight.

Key objective(s) 

Apply evidence-based new methodologies for signal detection.



Improve signal management processes based on experience.



Achieve efficient and effective industry input to signal detection and management.

Activities in 2018 PRAC activities to achieve the objectives set for this area: Supported by the SMART working group: 

Review operation of the signal reporting pilot by MAHs based on the new EudraVigilance functionality.



Provide expert advice in the following areas: detection of UIF reporting, statistical correction of bias, and methodologies in signal detection with a particular focus on paediatrics.



Update the guide and checklist for assessors to assess SCARs agreed in 2017 in light of the experience gained.

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Initiate a review of the risk of drug-induced hepatotoxicity in order to improve its management, based on work conducted by different delegations and PRAC independent experts.

PRAC topic leader(s): Sabine Straus; Lennart Waldenlind Other Committee participants:

1.5.3.

Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Member

Martin Huber

DE

Member

Carmela Macchiarulo

IT

Alternate

Amelia Cupelli

IT

Member

Jolanta Gulbinovic

LT

Member

Zane Neikena

LV

Alternate

Menno van der Elst

NL

Member

Stephen Evans

Member

Hervé Le Louet

Expert

Charlotte Backman

Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC (SMART) Independent scientific expert appointed by the SE

Measuring the impact of pharmacovigilance activities Systematically measuring patient-relevant health outcomes of major regulatory interventions (e.g. post referral procedures) and key pharmacovigilance processes is shifting the focus of pharmacovigilance to those activities and regulatory tools that make a difference in daily healthcare.

Key objective(s) 

Improve pharmacovigilance through feedback on impact of regulatory actions.



Strengthen targeted product assessment through measuring the impact of regulatory actions taken.



Achieve a better understanding of stakeholder views.

Activities in 2018 PRAC activities to achieve the objectives set for this area: Supported by the PRAC IG: 

Establish a process for prioritising collaborative impact research topics based on agreed criteria.



Provide expert advice on research questions for impact studies conducted by the EU regulatory network. See also 1.3.1.



Provide expert input into the: -

Conduct of independent collaborative impact studies of key regulatory actions.

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Conduct of targeted studies of key pharmacovigilance processes (e.g. PASS).

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Development of guidance on methodologies for measuring impact of pharmacovigilance activities.

-

Exploration of models for multi-stakeholder collaboration and sharing of impact relevant information.

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Establish a process for systematic consultation of patient and healthcare providers regarding the effectiveness of risk minimisation measures. See also 2.3.1.

PRAC topic leader(s): Valerie Strassmann; Dolores Montero Corominas; Sabine Straus; Almath Spooner; June Raine Other Committee participants: Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Alternate

Laurence de Fays

BE

Member

Martin Huber

DE

Member

Maia Uusküla

EE

Member

Ghania Chamouni

FR

Member

Nikica Mirošević Skvrce

HR

Member

Almath Spooner

IE

Member

Carmela Macchiarulo

IT

Alternate

Amelia Cupelli

IT

Member

Zane Neikena

LV

Member

David Benee Olsen

NO

Member

Ana Sofia Diniz Martins

PT

Alternate

PT

Member

Márcia Sofia Sanches de Castro Lopes Silva Julie Williams

Member

Marieke De Bruin

Independent scientific expert

Expert

Francoise Willaume

BE

Expert

Simone Bergner

DE

Expert

Wiebke Seemann

DE

Expert

Silvia Duarte

PT

Expert

Karl-Mikael Kälkner

SE

1.6.

Other specialised areas and activities

1.6.1.

Regulatory science

UK

Certain medicinal product types bring specific issues that need further risk assessment. This PRAC work topic channels Committee’s expertise into the development and maintenance of product-type- and patient population- specific guidance. In addition, the PRAC supports initiatives and activities in the domain of regulatory science strategies.

Key objective(s) 

Strengthen pharmacovigilance by industry and regulators through dedicated guidance.

Activities in 2018 

Provide expert input (under the lead of CAT) in the revision of the ‘Guideline on safety and efficacy follow-up – Risk Management of advanced therapy medicinal products’ following public consultation for finalisation of the guideline.



Review the use of pharmacogenomics in PRAC regulatory procedures (e.g. referrals, signal evaluation, and risk management plans) in order to evaluate progress in implementing the guideline on pharmacogenomics in pharmacovigilance.

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Contribute and provide expert advice regarding pharmacovigilance aspects in support of the development of EMA’s regulatory science strategy.



Support a review of the current guidance on pharmacovigilance and risk management for medicinal products for human use reviewed by EMA that are intended exclusively for markets outside of the EU2.

PRAC topic leader(s): June Raine Other Committee participants: Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Member

Julie Williams

UK

Member

Sabine Straus

NL

Member

Ulla Wändel Liminga

SE

Alternate

Qun-Ying Yue

SE

Member

Brigitte Keller-Stanislawski

Member

Marie Louise (Marieke) De Bruin

Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC

2.

Horizontal activities and other areas

2.1.

Committees and working parties Not applicable

2.2.

Inspections and compliance The PRAC plays an important role in the implementation of the human pharmacovigilance legislation in the domain of inspections and compliance to strengthen links between pharmacovigilance assessment, pharmacovigilance inspection and compliance-related aspects.

Key objective(s) 

Strengthening the links between assessment, compliance and pharmacovigilance inspections.

Activities in 2018 PRAC activities to achieve the objectives set for this area: 

Advise on optimisation of procedures of non-compliance follow up.



Provide expert input in the drafting of the ‘Union guidance on pre-authorisation pharmacovigilance inspections and routine pharmacovigilance inspection follow up’.



Support a pilot phase on the use of the ‘template from assessors to inspectors’ and ‘template for inspectors to assessors’ for sharing inspection information.

Article 58 of Regulation (EC) No 726/2004 allows the CHMP to give opinions, in co-operation with the WHO on medicinal products for human use that are intended exclusively for markets outside of the EU 2

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PRAC topic leader(s): Julie Williams Other Committee participants: Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Member

Maia Uusküla

EE

Alternate

Kimmo Jaakkola

FI

Alternate

Željana Margan Koletić

HR

Member

Julia Pallos

HU

2.3.

Partners and stakeholders

2.3.1.

Engage patients and healthcare professionals, communication with stakeholders The engagement of patients and healthcare professionals is important for effective pharmacovigilance. Patients and healthcare professionals can be involved throughout the process from risk management planning, through reporting of suspected adverse drug reactions, managing safety signals, assessments and decision e.g. through PSURs and referrals and on benefit-risk communications. For PRAC, key engagement has included membership of the committee, patients’ and healthcare professionals’ reporting, involvement in ad-hoc expert groups and scientific advisory groups.

Key objective(s) 

Improve engagement of patients and healthcare professionals through public hearings.



Strengthen communication tools and coordination of safety information.

Activities in 2018 PRAC activities to achieve the objectives set for this area: 

Review the impact and value of the first PRAC public hearing.



Support early engagement of HCPs and patients in risk minimisation through guidance. See also 1.5.3.



Provide expert input on activities related to better communicating concepts and pharmacovigilance activities to the general public (e.g. use of infographics).



Review and improve communications outputs of PRAC meetings: review the current content of the monthly PRAC highlights with a focus on how to communicate on signal management.

PRAC topic leader(s): Albert van der Zeijden Other Committee participants: Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Member

ES

Alternate

Dolores Montero Corominas Caroline Laborde

Member

Julia Pallos

HU

Member

Almath Spooner

IE

Alternate

Amelia Cupelli

IT

Member

Sabine Straus

NL

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2.4.

Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Member

Marco Greco

Member

Raymond Anderson

Alternate

Kirsten Myhr

Representative of patients’ organisations appointed by the EC Representative of healthcare professionals appointed by the EC Representative of healthcare professionals appointed by the EC

Data-management support Not applicable

2.5.

Process improvements The PRAC has an important role in continuous improvement of its processes. Key processes through PRAC include risk management plans, post-authorisation study protocols and results, signal management, referrals, periodic safety update reports including single assessment procedures and variations. Observations from running these processes combined with feedback from stakeholders and outputs from the SCOPE project provide opportunities for such improvements.

Key objective(s) 

Continuously improve processes involving the PRAC.



Increase the efficiency of PRAC plenary discussion.



Strengthen the quality of PRAC recommendations.

Activities in 2018 PRAC activities to achieve the objectives set for this area: 

Consolidate assessors’ and industry’s feedback from PSUR roadmap exercise in preparation of revision 2 of GVP module VII on ‘Periodic safety update report’.



Review and support the implementation of improvements proposed by the GPAG as per its work plan 2018, namely on criteria to set the periodicity of PSUSA procedures; on scoping the PSUSA and EURD scientific grouping exercise; and on an estimation of workload related to PSUSA procedures.



Implement and operate the new RMP template and implementation of revision 2 of GVP module V on ‘Risk management systems’. See also 1.1.2.



Monitor the adherence to the principles of the ‘Best Practice Guide on using PRAC plenary time efficiently and effectively’ dedicated to the improvement of the functioning of the Committee and regularly measure quantitative and qualitative goals defined in the BPG. This activity is supported by the ‘PRAC working group on efficiency and effectiveness for PRAC plenary meetings’.



Provide expert advice on optimal role of PRAC for safety related variations.



Provide input in the development of points to consider to better support Member States in preparing a potential safety referral, in the context of the referral roadmap initiative on

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sharing experience, optimising the preparation and conduct of safety referral procedures. See also 1.4. 

Adopt a training plan as part of the EU Operation of Pharmacovigilance Training curriculum and oversee training activities.

PRAC topic leader(s): Martin Huber; Menno van der Elst Other Committee participants:

3.

Member/alternate/expert

Name

Member State or affiliation

Member

Jan Neuhauser

AT

Member

Maia Uusküla

EE

Member

ES

Member

Dolores Montero Corominas Ghania Chamouni

Member

Almath Spooner

IE

Alternate

Amelia Cupelli

IT

Member

Jolanta Gulbinovič

LT

Member

Ana Sofia Diniz Martins

PT

Alternate

PT

Member

Márcia Sofia Sanches de Castro Lopes Silva Ulla Wändel Liminga

Member

Tatiana Magalova

SK

Member

Julie Williams

UK

Member

Hervé Le Louet

Alternate

Albert van der Zeijden

Expert

Charlotte Backman

Independent scientific expert appointed by the EC Representative of patients’ organisations appointed by the EC SE

FR

SE

List of acronyms and abbreviations ADR: Adverse Drug Reaction ADVANCE: Accelerated Development of Vaccine benefit-risk Collaboration in Europe ATMP: Advanced Therapy Medicinal Product BPG: Best Practice Guide CAT: Committee for Advanced Therapies CHMP: Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use EC: European Commission eHR: Electronic health records EMA: European Medicines Agency (‘Agency’) ENCePP: European Network of Centres for Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacovigilance EU: European Union

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EURD: European Union Reference Dates EU NTC: European Network Training Centre GPAG: Granularity and Periodicity Advisory Group GVP: Good Pharmacovigilance Practice HCP: Healthcare Professional HCPWP: Working Party with Healthcare Professionals’ Organisations HMA: Heads of Medicines Agencies ICH: International Council for Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Pharmaceuticals for Human Use ICSR: Individual Case Safety Report IMI: Innovative Medicines Initiative ISO: International Organization for Standardization MAH: Marketing Authorisation Holder PASS: Post-Authorisation Safety Study PCWP: Working Party with Patients' and Consumers' Organisations PDCO: Paediatric Committee PgWP: Pharmacogenomics Working Party PhV IWG: Pharmacovigilance Inspectors Working Group PRAC: Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee PRAC IG: PRAC Interested Group on Impact PRIME: Priority Medicines PROTECT: Pharmacoepidemiological Research on Outcomes of Therapeutics by a European Consortium PSUR: Periodic Safety Update Report PSUSA: PSUR Single Assessment RADR: Recognising Adverse Drug Reactions RMP: Risk Management Plan SCARs: Serious Cutaneous Adverse Reactions SciRS: Scientific Committees Regulatory Science Strategy SCOPE: Strengthening Collaborations for Operating Pharmacovigilance in Europe SMART: Signal Management Review Technical UIF: Unexpected Increase in Frequency WHO: World Health Organisation

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