Meetings/Workshops on Clinical trials in the United Kingdom

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PAEDIATRIC — Paediatric Clinical Trials
19 Mar 2018 - 20 Mar 2018 • London, United Kingdom
Abstract:
SMi is pleased to present the return of their 12th annual Paediatric Clinical Trials Conference taking place on 19th – 20th March 2018, London, UK. Clinical trials in paediatric populations still pose several challenges and often many studies remain un- published. 10 years on from the introduction of EU Paediatric Investigation Plans (PIPs) there are still many lessons to be learned about the planning and execution of trials which should be tailored around the needs of children. Recent advancements in immuno-oncology research has led to an increase in clinical trials to treat cancer in children and adolescents. Greater emphasis has also been placed on pain-free administration of drugs in the bid to increase vaccination uptake and access to medicines.
Contact:
Kyra Williams;     Phone: [2078276012];     Email: kwilliams@smi-online.co.uk
Topics:
PIP- Paediatric investigation plan (EU), PSP- pediatric study plan (USA), PDCO- Paediatric committee, Clinical Recruitment & Data Extrapolation
Event listing ID:
964098
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Edinburgh CRF: NRS Introduction to Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
28 Mar 2018 • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Abstract:
This one day course is designed either for those who have not studied Good Clinical Practice (GCP) before or those who have studied it more than two years ago. It is presented very much as a practical introduction to the subject and consists of a mixture of a series of short lectures interspersed with practical activities, culminating in a monitoring workshop where delegates are asked to work in small groups and review trial paperwork in the role of the monitor. This activity allows a lot of the more abstract concepts that have been discussed throughout the day to be brought to life.
Contact:
Phone: [01315373355];     Email: wtcrf.education@ed.ac.uk
Event listing ID:
922762
Event website:
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Edinburgh CRF: NRS Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Update
29 Mar 2018 • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Contact:
Phone: [0131 537 3355];     Email: wtcrf.education@ed.ac.uk
Event listing ID:
922832
Event website:
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Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials 2018
09 Apr 2018 - 10 Apr 2018 • London, United Kingdom
Abstract:
Now running for 10 years, SMi’s annual conference on Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials will return to London on 9th and 10th April 2018. This year’s agenda has been curated to provide you with the latest innovations, regulatory updates, and strategies on how industry and clinical experts are currently using adaptive designs in their clinical trials for successful drug, medical device and therapy development. Giving you a fresh take on this vital area of biopharma, the event will ride the wave of technology within the pharmaceutical industry, as we consider how the increasing use of smartphone apps and digital devices is changing the way trials run. Simultaneously, the event will also explore how adaptive designs are being used for the production of personalised medicines and personalised therapies.
Contact:
SMi Group;     Phone: [02078276102];     Email: hdegracia@smi-online.co.uk
Topics:
Adaptive designs, clinical trials, Bayesian designs, platform trials, enrichment designs, digital devices, statistics, biostatistics, personalised medicine, drug development, sequential trials, self adapting, re-randomisation, re-randomization, umbrella trials, basket trials, clinical development
Event listing ID:
980160
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GCTC — Global Clinical Trials Connect 2018
25 Apr 2018 - 26 Apr 2018 • London, United Kingdom
Abstract:
The Global Clinical Trials Connect 2018 conference focuses on introducing pioneer technology, developing better patient engagement and collaborating strategies in clinical trials. With the right commitment and attention to detail, contract research organizations (CROs) and pharmaceutical companies can drive collaboration with greater efficiency.

The global pharmaceutical industry has seen a downturn in recent years because of the challenges and cost associated with pharmaceutical development, procrastination in drug development, etc. Clinical trials field is also faced with such challenges. Cases of failures, cost and delay are high. It is high time that we look into innovative strategies, new technologies, effective and quality collaborations to address these issues, which can cater to the needs of the patient and the industry. Due to complex clinical trials and bygone data standardization methods, we need algorithms and lucrative strategies that will enhance the clinical trials outcomes. There are vast data collected across clinical trial process, the standardization of these data will turn into an opportunity for companies to trap the information and raise clinical trial design, patient recruitment, monitoring insights and augment decision-making.

One response to this can be CROs and pharmaceutical companies can together work on diverse and varied clinical trial activities, also in near future we require joint effort for fulfilling outsourcing requirements and providing effective clinical trials.

This conference will bring together the industry experts and leaders across pharmaceutical, biotechnological and CRO’s for brainstorming on Case studies on innovation, collaboration and existing clinical data to headway the Clinical Trials process. Ethical considerations are given in this context and for this RBM are beginning to extend its concepts in Quality Risk Management; clinical trial predictive models are accumulated by enterprises, methodologies in trial design and many more.

Contact:
Ebi John;     Phone: [2070960786];     Email: ebi.corvus@gmail.com
Topics:
Clinical trials, Patient Centricity, Clinical Technology, Patient recruitment, Artificial Intelligence Technology, Site selection, Big data and IoT Clinical Trials, Clinical Research, Clinical Trial audit, Adaptive Trial Model
Event listing ID:
981964
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Edinburgh CRF: GCP for laboratories
25 May 2018 • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Abstract:
This course is intended primarily for lab staff who handle human samples but is also suitable for research nurses and other staff who regularly process bloods, use centrifuges and store samples. University of Edinburgh clinical research labs that analyse samples from Clinical Trials of Investigational Products (CTIMPs) i.e. drug trials, must comply with the principles of GCLP and these labs are open to inspection by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA).
Contact:
Phone: [0131 537 3355];     Email: wtcrf.education@ed.ac.uk
Event listing ID:
924459
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3rd EACR Conference on Goodbye Flat Biology: In Vivo Inspired Cancer Biology and Therapy
09 Sep 2018 - 12 Sep 2018 • Berlin, United Kingdom
Abstract:
Following the sold-out second edition in 2016, you can expect more superb science, networking opportunities and discussion on the latest topics. We are pleased to announce that Professor Hans Clevers will give the opening keynote lecture, and Professor Donald Ingber will give the closing keynote lecture. The programme will feature a session dedicated to immunotherapy for the first time, with Professor Ronald Germain giving the immunotherapy keynote lecture. The target audience for this conference is basic and translational scientists and clinicians, both senior and young investigators that want to have a broad and detailed overview of the most recent advances in the study of tumour biology, bioengineering and biochemistry, drug target validation, compound and antibody screening, toxicology, and patient-tumour profiling.
Contact:
Roger Doxat-Pratt;     Email: roger.doxat-pratt@nottingham.ac.uk
Topics:
tumour biology, bioengineering, biochemistry, drug target validation, toxicology, patient-tumour profiling, tumour, world-leading, latest, cancer, research
Event listing ID:
1009602
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Edinburgh CRF: GCP for laboratories
04 Oct 2018 • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Abstract:
This course is intended primarily for lab staff who handle human samples but is also suitable for research nurses and other staff who regularly process bloods, use centrifuges and store samples. University of Edinburgh clinical research labs that analyse samples from Clinical Trials of Investigational Products (CTIMPs) i.e. drug trials, must comply with the principles of GCLP and these labs are open to inspection by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA). However, it is desirable for staff in any lab, or area that handles and stores human samples, to be aware of GCLP and comply as far as possible. This course, run by Alex MacLellan, Quality Assurance Manager, CRUK Tissue Group, Edinburgh, is based on the MHRA's document
Contact:
Phone: [0131 537 3355];     Email: wtcrf.education@ed.ac.uk
Event listing ID:
923179
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