Phase IV Clinical Trial definition

Phase IV Clinical Trial means a product support clinical trial of a Product that (a) is commenced after receipt of Regulatory Approval in the country where such trial is conducted and (b) that is not a Phase IIIb Clinical Trial. A Phase IV Clinical Trial may include epidemiological studies, modeling and pharmacoeconomic studies, “post-marketing surveillance trials” and investigator-sponsored clinical trials studying a Product that are approved by the JDC and that otherwise fit the foregoing definition.
Phase IV Clinical Trial means a post-registrational Clinical Trial conducted in any country or countries and required as a condition to, or for the maintenance of, any Regulatory Approval for a Product in the Territory.
Phase IV Clinical Trial means a clinical study of a pharmaceutical product on human subjects commenced after receipt of Regulatory Approval of such pharmaceutical product for the purpose of satisfying a condition imposed by a Regulatory Authority to obtain Regulatory Approval, or to support the marketing of such pharmaceutical product, and not for the purpose of obtaining initial Regulatory Approval of a pharmaceutical product.

Examples of Phase IV Clinical Trial in a sentence

  • Collaboration Product in an indication, other than a Phase III Clinical Trial or Phase IV Clinical Trial, to be conducted after a Regulatory Approval for such indication.


More Definitions of Phase IV Clinical Trial

Phase IV Clinical Trial means any post-marketing trial, investigation or study conducted or required to be conducted to obtain additional safety and/or efficacy information about a product or compound in the indication for which Marketing Approval was issued.
Phase IV Clinical Trial or “Post-Marketing Study” means a post-marketing human clinical trial for a Licensed Product commenced after receipt of a Regulatory Approval in the country for which such trial is being conducted and that is conducted within the parameters of the Regulatory Approval for the Product. Phase IV Clinical Trials may include, without limitation, epidemiological studies, modeling and pharmacoeconomic studies, investigator-sponsored clinical trials of Product and post-marketing surveillance studies.
Phase IV Clinical Trial means a human clinical trial conducted after the Regulatory Approval of a Product in a country or Region, which trial is conducted (a) voluntarily to enhance scientific knowledge of such Product (e.g., for expansion of product labeling or dose optimization); or (b) conducted due to a request or requirement of a Regulatory Authority of a country or Region.
Phase IV Clinical Trial means a human clinical trial, or other test or study, of a Therapy that is (a) commenced after receipt of the initial Regulatory Approval for such Therapy in the country for which such clinical trial is being conducted, and that is conducted within the parameters of the Regulatory Approval for such Therapy (and which may include investigator sponsored clinical trials), including a clinical trial conducted due to the request or requirement of a Regulatory Authority or as a condition of a previously granted Regulatory Approval, but shall not include any Phase III Clinical Trial (including any “Phase III(b)” trial), (b) an investigator sponsored clinical trial approved by the JCC that does not fall within the parameters of a Therapy’s Regulatory Approval, or (c) any REMS (Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy)/RMP (Risk Management Plan) related study of a Therapy in a country in the Territory after Regulatory Approval of such Therapy has been obtained from an appropriate Regulatory Authority in such country. Phase IV Clinical Trials may include trials or studies conducted in support of post-Regulatory Approval exploitation of such Therapy (for example only, pricing/reimbursement, epidemiological studies, modeling and pharmacoeconomic studies, post-marketing surveillance studies and health economics studies);
Phase IV Clinical Trial means a clinical trial of a Product, possibly including pharmacokinetic studies, which trial is (a) not required in order to obtain Regulatory Approval; (b) required by the Regulatory Authority as mandatory to be conducted on or after the Regulatory Approval, and (c) conducted voluntarily by a Party to enhance marketing or scientific knowledge of the Product (e.g., providing additional drug profile, safety data or marketing support information, or supporting expansion of Product Labeling) or conducted due to a request or requirement of a Regulatory Authority.