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In India, there is no separate guidance on pregnancy reporting

How will we conclude that the subject is illiterate?
Dr Prakash Atlam

The guidelines don’t use the term illiterate. Their focus is subject’s ability to read and/or write.

Schedule Y treats anyone who is unable to read or write in the same way. See the excerpt below.

If the subject or his/her legally acceptable representative is unable to read/write - an impartial witness should be present during the entire informed consent process who must append his/her signatures to the consent form.

While designing a protocol we found that there are high likely chances of worsening of some of the symptoms. Do we have to wait for these to happen and report it as SAE or in case we define them in the protocol upfront then can we prevent from expediting reporting it as SAE?
Om

Please see suggested guidance from ICH. Exemption from reporting such events would require prior agreement with regulatory authorities.

ICH E3 12.2.2 Display of Adverse Events: All adverse events occurring after in…