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Australian Regulatory Guidelines for Prescription Medicines (ARGPM) BETA

The ARGPM is a collection of guidance documents and other information about the regulation of prescription medicines. The ARGPM has been designed for use by sponsors to provide a way to search for relevant TGA guidance documents about prescription medicines from a single location. Commonly used ARGPM documents, including basic information, CTD and general dossier requirements and forms, can be found at medicine registration fundamentals.

This is a beta version of the new ARGPM and we welcome your feedback while the new tool is being tested. The previous version of the ARGPM will remain available for a short time.

To use the ARGPM, filter the list of documents by selecting topics, sub-topics or tags, or search using keywords. The search or filtered results are limited to relevant items within the ARGPM. If you cannot find the document you are looking for you can search the entire website using the main site search.

Latest updates - 20 November 2020
November
20
2020

XML schema and related files to assist with compiling a NeeS or eCTD dossier

November
10
2020

Notices about electronic submissions and data review

November
06
2020

Guidance on specific criteria and paperwork required for submission to the TGA to ensure conformance with TGO 93

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15 October 2020

Information about the Australia-Canada-Singapore-Switzerland (ACSS) Consortium

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international
24 October 2019

Information about how TGA makes use of assessments from comparable overseas regulators (CORs)

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international
24 October 2019

List of countries and jurisdictions TGA will accept reports from for use in the COR report-based process

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international
24 October 2019

Guidance on submission requirements for the COR report-based process

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international, CORs, Pathways, electronic submissions
24 October 2019

Information about timeframes associated with COR report-based process

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international
24 October 2019

Information about requirements for indications of the COR report-based process

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international