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3rd Annual Advancing Clinical Research in Turkey, the Middle East & North Africa

18 Jun 2013 - 19 Jun 2013 - Istanbul, Turkey



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NextLevel Pharma’s “Advancing clinical research in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa” will bring together the local regulators and ethics committees, alongside experienced investigators and study personnel as well as clinical trial experts from pharma and CROs. It will examine in detail, the key regulatory, clinical, outsourcing and environmental factors which impact the clinical trials. Particular and specific attention will be given to Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States, Jordan & Lebanon via separate, focused, streamed conference sessions.

 

Why Attend?

·         Gain vital local knowledge by hearing updates on the varied and changing clinical regulations

·         Meet regulators and KOLs from the region to maximise your regional networks

·         Adapt your tactics to train, motivate and retain the clinical teams and patients in these specific regions

·         Discover what is the most efficient operating model to maximise your recruitment potential in this exciting region

·         Hear case study presentations from experts active in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa region, sharing their clinical experiences and lessons learned

·         Network and build the contacts & relationships you need at NextLevel Pharma’s very popular & entertaining networking dinner

 

Agenda request

To request the full agenda please follow the link: http://www.nextlevelpharma.com/events/request_agenda/3rd_annual_advancing_clinical_research_in_turkey_the_middle_east_north_africa

For Booking Information contact:

Erika Vavrovicova

 

Tel: +421 232 660 382

Fax: +421 2 3301 0331
Email:
erika@nextlevelpharma.com

Visit: www.nextlevelpharma.com



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