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Risk- Based Approaches to Clinical Trials

08 Apr 2014 - 09 Apr 2014 - London, UK



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With the changing regulatory guidelines it is increasingly important for companies to start implementing and optimising risk-based approaches to clinical trials. Find out the latest developments from a range of expert speakers involved in all areas of clinical research, including TransCelerate, the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES), the Metrics Champion Consortium (MCC) and the Society for Clinical Research Sites at the Risk-Based Approach to Clinical Trials taking place this April 8th – 9th in London.

This event offers the practical examples and strategies to take back to the office and implement, and an agenda packed full of real-life experience and case studies, from both leading experts and key stakeholders in the clinical trial process.




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