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A Narrative form is presented to the user that may be inserted into the respective description field on the PMDAR to guide the user in completing the narrative. The user may also request further information from the user at any time. The PMDAR prompt is shown in Figure 2 and is sent to the user via the PMDA tab (not shown).. Introduction to CIOMS VIII: Narrative IOC/PMDA · PMDAR · CIOMS VIII. 2 The CIOMS VIII report is a narrative document, where the patient or other sources are described. It is written in the second person of the active voice. IOC/CIOMS · PMDA · CIOMS VIII · PMDAR · Defines F4 as a Narrative, not a Summative Data Collection Form. Good form is an important aspect of quality patient management and document preparation. CIOMS VIII provides a standardized format for the submission of narrative reports to the agency in the country of origin. Narrative reports and data collection forms are intended to be submitted to the responding agency as part of a comprehensive dossier. The form is the preferred document for submission to the agency and is provided as a means of providing some structure to the narrative form. CIOMS VIII should be considered as a narrative form, and it should not be submitted as a data collection form. While each country may have its own unique requirements and rules for data collection forms, the narrative format should be the primary document for submission. 3.1 Structuring the Narrative. A narrative report consists of a brief overview, including the reporting source and description of the disease process or the occurrence of the adverse event, and the conclusion of the report. A narrative report is in the second person of the active voice. Typically, the narrative report will describe the patient and others, using verbs in the active voice. A narrative form is a standardized, structured format that can be used by a submitting agent to report a clinical event to a CIOMS country as the preferred format for the submission of data collection forms to the agency in the country of origin. The narrative report has two sections: (1) the introduction, which provides background and context for the report, and (2) the narrative, which provides the background, description, and conclusions. Narrative is the report, which is written in the second person of the active voice. The narrative is in no less than 3 and no more than 20 pages (referred to ac619d1d87

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