Global Clinical Trials Connect 2021
Event submitted on Tuesday, July 21st 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
This event has been tagged as follows:
Organized by Corvus Events, this conference examines everything that there is to know with regards to Clinical Trials. Whilst not strictly speaking a Cybersecurity Conference it does have relevancy within the securitization of healthcare. Clinical trials are absolutely critical to being able to solve the COVID-19 menace, so yes, this event is extremely topical. It is hoped that by the time this conference comes round in 2021 that we have found a working vaccine for Coronavirus. As I write this the Oxford Vaccine seems to be the most promising vaccine (so far!). We wish the team at Corvus the best of luck with this event in London, UK. Please note that unlike most events in 2019, this conference will be a physical (“in-person”) event.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Tuesday, July 21st 2020, or created by us.
The 4th Annual Global Clinical Trials Connect 2020 will provide a platform to discuss on the futuristic advancements in clinical trials and clinical research. This multidisciplinary program involves broad participation of people from clinical trials community from around the globe who are focused on learning more about clinical research, clinical trial planning, and management.
The Pharma and Bio-Tech companies are consistently evolving and new clinical studies, technologies, and advancements in care and treatments have augmented the efficiency and at the same time, the complexity of clinical trials has increased, with tests being carried out in a highly structured and closely coordinated manner. 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.
This conference intends to focus on global health and clinical trials around the world. Bioethics, regulations, patient recruitment, site selection, real-world data, data integration & strategy, outsourcing, vendor management, quality (QbD) in Trial Conduct, risk-based monitoring, clinical auditing & financial planning and other significant topics that play a key role in clinical trials will be addressed along with innovative sessions on new technologies, effective and quality collaborations.
This program will certainly educate health care scientists on trial design, operations, organizing trials, research computing, regulatory aspects, report on clinical trials, and gain a better knowledge of the implications of clinical trials in prevention, diagnosis, clinical trial-related ethics, and disease treatments.
The summit will facilitate invaluable networking opportunities with decision-makers and focus on real case studies, insightful presentations, and round tables.