The summary report of the web conference on “Stakeholder Engagement on ICH E6 Guidance for Good Clinical Practice,” organized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in collaboration with the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI), is now available. The two-day Pan-American web conference was held June 4-5 with more than 1300 attendees worldwide.
The report provides an overview of the presentations from a diverse group of participants, including academic researchers, human subject protection and ethics experts, as well as patients. Members of the ICH Expert Working Group (EWG), which is tasked with updating the ICH E6 guideline, provided an overview of their approach to ensuring that the guideline is responsive to the needs of the community and that it facilitates advances in clinical trial design and conduct. The report also outlines key themes from the web conference’s line-up of stakeholders who shared their experiences with ICH E6(R2). Further, the report also incorporates comments and input from web-conference attendees that were received via email or verbally during the web conference.
Check out the recording and the slide decks for each day of the web conference to learn more from the presenters.
For additional information on the ICH E6 revision efforts, please refer to the following materials: