Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Partnerships Asia Spotlight:Innovative Approaches to Clinical Partnering

With a goal to become one of the leading researchers in the UK, two hospitals in Bradford, England have put an emphasis on clinical trials in their hospitals.  According to Telegraph & Argus, hospital trusts from the The National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network have spearheaded the increase in clinical trials. Recent numbers released by the NHS has increased trials in the two hospitals from that region from 182 to 209.  Knowing that research is the spearhead to getting the new and best treatments to your patients, the hospitals encourage everyone on their staff to be knowledgeable about clinical trials and encourage the patients to strive for the best care - which happens in the units where clinical trials are taking place.  Innovation and improved patient care are two of the driving forces to making this increased number a success.

In this case, the hospitals have partnered with the employees to encourage and educate the patients about clinical trials.  This September at Partnerships in Clinical Trials Asia, United Therapeutics will join us to look at this very topic and how to get the knowledge to the write touch points to get patients into clinical trials during the presentation Pharma – Investigator Collaboration: Meeting Needs Through Motivation.

Featured Presentation: Pharma – Investigator Collaboration: Meeting Needs Through Motivation
Featured Presenter: Hassan Movahhed, Senior Vice President, Global Development Operations, United Therapeutics, USA
About the session: Collaborating with investigators is a key element to clinical trial success in China. Through a proven process, United Therapeutics has been able to build a plan to engage with investigators and site staff in clinical trials in China.

  • • Building a Toolbox for CROs
  • • Answering the question of what drives Investigators and how can we fulfill those needs?
  • • Creating a customized engagement program within the constraints of typical benchmarks
Find out more about this year's program by downloading the agenda.  If you'd like to join us September 22-24 at the event, as a reader of this blog, when you register to join us and mention code XP1975BLOG, you can save 20% off the standard rate!




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