The Conference Forum - Executing Global Clinical Trials (Sept. 10)
Welcome to the 5th Annual Executing Global Clinical Trials conference. The 2014 program is being offered as a one-day intensive followed by the option to attend DPharm: Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials conference on September 11-12 in the same venue.
The theme of the 2014 conference is to make global clinical trials easier for patients and for sites. The conference offers concrete topics impacting management of clinical studies globally by finding the right balance between recruitment, cost savings, future regulatory obligations, and managing relationships with global service providers. Topics include, but are not limited to:
• Lessons Learned from Unsuccessful Global Clinical Trials • Overview on the Current EU Regulatory Landscape • Regulatory Barriers in Emerging Markets • The effect of Remote-Based Monitoring on Regulatory Approval in other countries • CRO Case Study on Remote-Based Monitoring in Global Clinical Trials • Reducing Global Protocol Complexities for the Patient and Sites • Working with Patient Advocacy Groups in Global Clinical Trials • Driving Faster Global Patient Enrollment Rates • Communication Strategies for Global CRO/Sponsor Partnerships • Partnering with Global Investigative Sites • Understanding the Use of Adaptive Trials and Adaptive Design in Multi-National Trials • Best Practices and Lessons Learned from Conducting Trials in Asia • Technologies Driving Efficiencies in Global Clinical Trials