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UK ePHARMA DAY

31 Oct 2013 - 31 Oct 2013 - London, UK



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5th Annual Meeting:  ePHARMA DAY 2013

«LETTING YOUR STRATEGY DRIVE YOUR TECHNOLOGY DECISIONS»

ITALIAN ePHARMA DAY -  9th May, Milan 

GERMAN ePHARMA DAY -  23rd September, Frankfurt 

SPANISH ePHARMA DAY - 24th October - Barcelona 

UK ePHARMA DAY - 31st October - London 

The consolidation of the Life Sciences technology market is leading to fewer, larger players and a trend to technology selection based on what leads the market rather than what fits the strategic requirements of the business.

This seminar will highlight the difficulties faced by those charged with procuring technology in a sector where integrated systems are important but still unusual. 

An expert panel will discuss how to introduce the right technology in:

Protocol Feasibility

Adaptive Design

Integrated Summaries

Functional Service Provision

Late Phase studies

Diagnostics

Medical Affairs

Target audience:

Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology companies, Clinical Research Organisations, Academic Centres, Hospital Centres, and Clinical Technology companies



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