FYI post-approval change | preclearance exemption | what requires review | PAAB scope

799

Hello, I'm planning an OLA and I would like to communicate this unbranded, not search engine (Google) indexed and not gated event registration page (but unique password and link needed to attend the event) through a 3rd party. If the 3rd party can guarantee that non-HCPs and non-Canadian HCPs cannot access the content or receive a communication from them (we would need something to have written proof that we did our due diligence on that end), is this sufficient from a PAAB perspective to use this 3rd party as a channel to drive Canadian HCP traffic? Thank you Bill

798

Hello, I'm planning an OLA and I would like to communicate this unbranded, not search engine (Google) indexed and not gated event registration page (but unique password and link needed to attend the event) through a 3rd party. If the 3rd party can guarantee that non-HCPs and non-Canadian HCPs cannot access the content or receive a communication from them (we would need something to have written proof that we did our due diligence on that end), is this sufficient from a PAAB perspective to use this 3rd party as a channel to drive Canadian HCP traffic? Thank you Bill

797

Hello, I'm planning an OLA and I would like to communicate this unbranded, not search engine (Google) indexed and not gated event registration page (but unique password and link needed to attend the event) through a 3rd party. If the 3rd party can guarantee that non-HCPs and non-Canadian HCPs cannot access the content or receive a communication from them (we would need something to have written proof that we did our due diligence on that end), is this sufficient from a PAAB perspective to use this 3rd party as a channel to drive Canadian HCP traffic? Thank you Bill

795

Hello, I'm planning an OLA and I would like to communicate this unbranded, not search engine (Google) indexed and not gated event registration page (but unique password and link needed to attend the event) through a 3rd party. If the 3rd party can guarantee that non-HCPs and non-Canadian HCPs cannot access the content or receive a communication from them (we would need something to have written proof that we did our due diligence on that end), is this sufficient from a PAAB perspective to use this 3rd party as a channel to drive Canadian HCP traffic? Thank you Bill

794

Hello, I'm planning an OLA and I would like to communicate this unbranded, not search engine (Google) indexed and not gated event registration page (but unique password and link needed to attend the event) through a 3rd party. If the 3rd party can guarantee that non-HCPs and non-Canadian HCPs cannot access the content or receive a communication from them (we would need something to have written proof that we did our due diligence on that end), is this sufficient from a PAAB perspective to use this 3rd party as a channel to drive Canadian HCP traffic? Thank you Bill

786

Hello, I'm planning an OLA and I would like to communicate this unbranded, not search engine (Google) indexed and not gated event registration page (but unique password and link needed to attend the event) through a 3rd party. If the 3rd party can guarantee that non-HCPs and non-Canadian HCPs cannot access the content or receive a communication from them (we would need something to have written proof that we did our due diligence on that end), is this sufficient from a PAAB perspective to use this 3rd party as a channel to drive Canadian HCP traffic? Thank you Bill

780

Hello, I'm planning an OLA and I would like to communicate this unbranded, not search engine (Google) indexed and not gated event registration page (but unique password and link needed to attend the event) through a 3rd party. If the 3rd party can guarantee that non-HCPs and non-Canadian HCPs cannot access the content or receive a communication from them (we would need something to have written proof that we did our due diligence on that end), is this sufficient from a PAAB perspective to use this 3rd party as a channel to drive Canadian HCP traffic? Thank you Bill

775

Hello, I'm planning an OLA and I would like to communicate this unbranded, not search engine (Google) indexed and not gated event registration page (but unique password and link needed to attend the event) through a 3rd party. If the 3rd party can guarantee that non-HCPs and non-Canadian HCPs cannot access the content or receive a communication from them (we would need something to have written proof that we did our due diligence on that end), is this sufficient from a PAAB perspective to use this 3rd party as a channel to drive Canadian HCP traffic? Thank you Bill

774

Hello, I'm planning an OLA and I would like to communicate this unbranded, not search engine (Google) indexed and not gated event registration page (but unique password and link needed to attend the event) through a 3rd party. If the 3rd party can guarantee that non-HCPs and non-Canadian HCPs cannot access the content or receive a communication from them (we would need something to have written proof that we did our due diligence on that end), is this sufficient from a PAAB perspective to use this 3rd party as a channel to drive Canadian HCP traffic? Thank you Bill

435

We are developing an unbranded APS (Journal Ad). This APS would contain statistics and data pertaining to disease state. This APS would be disseminated directly to HCPs via print publications and perhaps some e-publications. The call-to-action on the APS would lead HCPs to register for an accredited e-CME on the disease state. Will PAAB require that the accredited CME be submitted for review?

421

Can I pharmaceutical company support the development of an independent third-party publication covering the highlights of a conference in a therapeutic area where it does not yet have an approved product? The report and a summary slide presentation with the same content is developed by an independent faculty of medical experts, who have full control of the content, and coordinated by a third-party communication agency. The content is completely unbiased (less than 10% of the content is about trials on the company's future potential product), and there is no involvement of the company in the distribution of the content. The content is housed on a third-party independent website that is distributed by this third-party and/or to medical associations only. Does the site have to be gated? Does the content have to be PAAB-reviewed or accredited? Thank you in advance for your answer.

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