COVID-19 has forced more trials to be conducted virtually, and this has the potential to reveal new innovations and improve the patient experience. You cannot afford to miss the 4th Virtual Clinical Trials conference – the industry’s leading, longest-lasting conference on this subject, offering you exclusive insights our speaking faculty hasn’t shared anywhere else!
A risk-based approach to clinical trials can help you quickly reduce trial complexity and costs while getting the most out of your R&D budget. The Risk-Based Quality Management Summit helps you establish cross-functional risk-management teams to oversee your clinical trials, cutting down risks and accelerating drug development.
With clinical trial agreements setting the stage for the first step in the research process, identifying the risks and challenges within them prior to their signing remains crucial. DGE’s 2nd Clinical Trials Agreements Conference offers an industry leading faculty ready to offer strategies that will guide you throughout the negotiating process towards successful results.
Integrated technology permeates every aspect of pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device clinical trial research. Attendees will learn best practices for evaluating and implementing eTMF systems, engaging eTMF users, improving clinical data management, and achieving cost savings and workflow efficiencies. Faculty will present on eTMF regulatory requirements, eTMF internal audits/quality reviews to enhance inspection readiness, techniques for tracking and filing correspondence, and AI and machine learning.
Switching to virtual trials requires more than just running standard methods in front of a webcam. Your entire clinical approach must be reconceptualized to get the most benefit from a virtual approach. That’s why you cannot afford to miss the 5th Virtual Clinical Trials conference – the industry’s leading, longest-lasting conference on this subject, offering you exclusive insights our speaking faculty hasn’t shared anywhere else!
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR): improving the health and wealth of the nation through research.
The NIHR is the nation’s largest funder of health and care research and provides the people, facilities, and technology that enable research to thrive.