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Study Reveals Multiple Root Causes for Drug Shortages
Date:6/12/2013

mphasis on building strong relationships with regulatory authorities. Respondents from companies that avoided shortages also cited the importance of fostering communication links between the companies and the regulators as an important success factor.

ISPE plans to further analyze the survey findings, and present and publish additional reports in the future. ISPE is also concurrently conducting a study on clinical trial packaging to help industry better understand how packaging and labeling of clinical trial medicines is viewed from the perspective of patients. This study is expected to be released in November 2013 during the ISPE Annual Meeting.

To download the Report on the ISPE Drug Shortages Survey please visit www.ISPE.org/DrugShortages/2013JuneReport.

About the ISPE Drug Shortages Survey Report
ISPE deployed the Drug Shortages Survey to its global database of members and non-members for five weeks beginning February 20, 2013. The organization also worked with several reporters and publications covering the pharmaceutical industry to ensure maximum outreach and participation by industry participants with direct knowledge of actual drug shortages and shortages that had been narrowly avoided. In addition to seeking respondents to answer the survey items based on their individual experiences and opinions, ISPE also encouraged companies to compile an enterprise-level response and to designate a member of their staff to enter the information into the electronic survey system. In this way, duplication of data was minimized while still allowing individuals in the industry to share their personal (i.e. non-company) views. Complete anonymity was assured for all respondents.

The survey generated participation by individuals and companies from around the world who provided data concerning an actual drug shortage, a near miss, or an effective shortage prevention program.'/>"/>

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