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By Institute of Medicine, Committee to Study the Use of Advisory Committees, Richard A. Merrill, Laurence E. Earley, Richard A. Rettig
Like many different companies of the government, the nutrition and Drug management (FDA) is based largely on exterior advisory committees for self sustaining medical and technical recommendation. spotting that the prevailing advisory committee method is basically sound, this quantity recommends methods of improving using those committees within the evaluate of substances, organic fabrics, and scientific units; strengthening the agency's administration of the method; and lengthening the responsibility of the method to the general public. In doing so, it examines and makes tips on such concerns because the recruitment of committee contributors, the FDA's administration of economic clash of curiosity and highbrow bias between participants, and the operations and administration of the advisory committee procedure.
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Committee Operations Few written policies exist to guide FDA advisory committee operations. Not surprisingly, substantial variation occurs in the actual use of committees both among and within centers. Some of this variation is justified by the heterogeneity of the subject matter, and the IOM committee wishes to avoid recommending rigid standardization in such cases. As a general proposition, however, substantial uniformity in policies and procedures for advisory committee operations is both desirable and feasible.
Kuntze, Dolores D. Willis, Carl C. Peck, D. Bruce Burlington, Gerald F. Meyer, Robert J. Temple, James M. Bilstad, Mary Doug Tyson, John Treacy, Issac Roubein, Kathryn C. Zoon, Gerald V. Quinnan, Jack Gertzog, James S. Benson, Halyna Breslawec, and Nancy Pluhowski. It also thanks the many division directors and executive secretaries who gave generously of their time in interviews by the project staff. Our special thanks go to James Weixel, project officer, and Stuart L. Nightingale, who oversaw the study.
For example, the notice of an FDA advisory committee meeting must be published in the Federal Register at least two weeks in advance of the meeting; this may require submission for publication by the center at least six weeks before a meeting. An announcement includes a general description of the agenda, for example, the specific NDA of a given sponsor, and the general topics of the meeting; however, this description varies in its specificity. The IOM committee recommends that the Federal Register announcements of scheduled advisory committee meetings routinely include the most detailed statement of the agenda that is feasible within existing time constraints.