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The cSDRG and ADRG apply to a single study. Sponsors have used these templates when creating a reviewer’s guide for integrated SDTM and a reviewer’s guide for integrated ADaM data. The template has to be changed in order to document the information for multiple studies. There is an opportunity to create a template for integrated SDTM and integrated ADaM. The project team will determine if this can be accomplished in one reviewer’s guide or if there should be two separate reviewer’s guides. Deliverables include a template, completion guidelines, and example documents.
CDISC’s CDASH team provides high level completion instructions related to the core data collection modules. The PhUSE Standard Analysis and Code Sharing Working Group has developed recommended displays (ie, tables and figures) and associated code for use for analysis for data common across therapeutic areas. This project team will network with CDISC and the Standard Analyses and Code Sharing Working Group to ensure alignment.
Here's the link to the latest version of the Technical Conformance Guide (TCG) which has been updated by the FDA January 2019
Last revision by Laurenwhite, 07/17/2019