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2015

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Ben Willan

Ben Willan Alexion

Associate Director, Clinical Operations Lead

Danielle Derijcke

Danielle Derijcke UCB

Patient Affairs Officer

Frank Verheggen

Frank Verheggen Astellas

Clinical Program Management Director

Johann Proeve

Johann Proeve Bayer

Global Head Data Management

Nancy Meyerson-Hess

Nancy Meyerson-Hess Grunenthal

Head Clinical Operations & Compliance

Annelies Legters

Annelies Legters Forum Pharmaceuticals

Director Clinical Operations Europe

Interesting Case Studies from the Agenda 2015

Annelies Legters

Annelies Legters Forum Pharmaceuticals

Director Clinical Operations Europe

THE CLINICAL MONITORING LIAISON

The Clinical Monitoring Liaison: A New Clinical Trial Oversight Role as a PracticaL Approach to Sponsor Involvement in an Outsourced Model

Sponsor Oversight becomes more and more important with most of the clinical trials being outsourced to CRO´s. Building the site relations and maintaining CRO CRA relationships is vital for a sponsor company and the traditional roles in pharma companies do not cover these aspects. FORUM has created the role of Clinical Monitoring Liaison and has performed a validation of the role by a survey sent to sites and CRO´s.

• Site-Sponsor relationship in outsourced trials
• CRO CRA – Sponsor cooperation to support site performance and data-quality
• Sponsor Oversight

PATIENT ENGAGEMENT BY PHARMA

Patient Engagement by Pharma – A Framework for Compliant Patient Engagement

Engagement is increasingly recognized as a device factor for health-related outcomes in people living with a medical issue. It is experience that drives this engagement. Therefore, providers who seek to develop better solutions, including medicines, must gain a deeper understanding of the patient experience. Beyond pathology, such understanding requires direct engagement with patients, something that has been historically avoided in the pharmaceutical industry. Whereas clear and comprehensive engagement frameworks are in place for direct engagement with health care professionals, such guidance is still very often lacking for engagement with patients.

• Why do we need to engage with patients?
• How can we do this in a compliant and legal way?
• What next?

Danielle Derijcke

Danielle Derijcke UCB

Patient Affairs Officer

Johann Proeve

Johann Proeve Bayer

Global Head Data Management

THE IMPACT OF IMI EHR4CR PROJECT

The Impact of IMI EHR4CR Project on Clinical Protocol Development and Patient
Identification

In the IMI EHR4CR (Electronic Health Records for Clinical Research) project, a consortium of 10 EFPIA companies and 11 University hospitals across Europe worked with a couple of small business companies to develop an environment for accessing electronic health records for better protocol development, patient identification and eventually study conduct. This presentation will highlight the challenges and solutions identified and familiarize the audience with the opportunities available for pharma companies
and CROs to use this environment from now on.

• Introduction of the IMI EHR4CR project
• The re-use of Electronic Health Records for better protocol planning and feasibility
• The role of EHR4CR in the site and patient identification process for clinical trials
• The next steps and what is in it for you from now on, the champion program

Ultimate Session

FOR NETWORKING

Every morning starts with a great ice-breaking activity – Speed Networking Session. This session is designed to give all participants the opportunity to meet and introduce themselves to their fellow participants before the official conference starts.

Don’t forget your business cards!

Provided Networking Sessions include Coffee Breaks, Networking Lunches, a Cocktail Reception, plus informal gatherings outside conference hours – key tools for establishing future business connections with fellow industry peers.

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Testimonials

  • Well run, focused, engaging and interactive event

    Sanofi
  • Good to have large view of different aspects of clinical trials linked to feasibility processes

    Pfizer
  • Very interactive event with high profile participants 

    AstraZeneca


Who this event

WAS DESIGNED FOR

This event was designed for Members of Board, C-level, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads of departments from the Pharmaceutical industry involved in:

• Clinical Program Management
• Clinical Operations
• Europe Clinical Operations
• EU Study Start Up Unit
• Global Clinical Research
• Development Operations
• Clinical Trials
• Global Clinical Development
• Clinical Program Director
• Medical Director
• Global Project Management
• Clinical Research

What differentiates Allan Lloyds’s conferences from the rest?

Tired of attending expos, conferences or events where there is little to no interaction or debate with speakers & delegates?

Allan Lloyds events are famed for being highly interactive. Through our special discussion panels and roundtable discussion formats you will be able to discuss in intimate detail all of the complex issues that you are facing with our speakers and delegates.

Attendees of our events are leaders in their respective companies – meaning you will be able to enjoy indepth discussion with peers!

This is where the real learning & development happens

SPONSORS 2015

Venue

6 – 8 October 2015 I London

Danubius Hotel Regents Park

The 9th Annual Optimizing Clinical Trials Summit: Site Selection, Feasibility & Patient Recruitment was in Danubius Hotel Regents Park, 18 Lodge Road, St. John’s Wood, London NW8 7JT, United Kingdom.

Things to do in London:

  • London Eye – Ride on one of the world’s tallest observation wheels
  • Experience the London you have read about in the Harry Potter books and seen in the movies
  • Take a fascinating guided tour of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • Cruise along the Thames River and see the city from the water

WORKSHOP

Workshop A

Remote Clinical Trial Conduction

• Is it a goal just over the horizon or a bright future ahead us?
• Moving from conventional to innovative trials is a current trend
• Conducting virtual clinical trials – what are the advantages and
possible risks?
• What benefits do you think will remote clinical trial conduction
bring?

Workshop B

Electronic Health Devices in Clinical Trials

• Use of Mobile applications in monitoring the wellbeing of patients
• Is that something for drug development?
• Mobile health and real time measurements
• What are the pros and cons

 

 

 

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Take advantage to meet the leading experts within the field and discuss the latest challenges all your competitors are facing.

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