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Important (and brief!) Survey on Product Development Practices (REPOST)
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Our team in the Advanced Academic Programs in Regulatory Science at The Johns Hopkins University is evaluating industry practices related to the use of Target Product Profiles. To that end, we present PaPyRUS – the target Product PRofile Utilization Survey.

The survey information is completely confidential and includes no identifying information. The survey is brief and has two parts, the first containing a demographics questions, while the second is a section focused on TPP usage.

On behalf of our research team we greatly appreciate your time/participation and would like you to feel free to forward the link below to anyone you know who would be interested in contributing.

Here is a link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PaPyRUSv1

Please contact me with any questions.

Christopher D. Breder, MD PhD
cbreder1@jhu.edu


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Hi Christopher,

Could you please give a brief overview of Target Product Profiles?

Thanks.
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Sure thing...in what way can I do this? I am writing a review at the moment...I can certainly send that out to my connections.
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Hi Christopher,

You may post the TPP overview here, or append at the start of the survey.

I am sure not everyone is familiar with the term, an overview will enable them to understand and contribute to the survey.

Best
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Agree with Anupam, a little overview here will help that more people contribute.
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Will do! Im'll be on the road for a week or so but will try to do so shortly.
Have a great holiday season.
Best
CDB
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Done.
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I would steer you to this recent article and its references
http://www.nature.com/nrd/journal/v16/n3/full/nrd.2016.264.html

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