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Clinical Trials Have Gone Global – Are You Up to Speed?


  • August 16, 2012

  • A Blog post from our Media Partner PharmaVoice

    Clinical studies are becoming more complex, and are reaching across the globe at a progressively more rapid rate. Sponsors are seeking increased access to patients and investigators, better R & D solutions, and improved efficiencies. Navigating these waters can be treacherous. For most, there are more questions than answers.

     

    Science and technology are leading the way in clinical innovations. Advancements in wireless technologies and software solutions are helping pave the way to better, more efficient studies. We’ve never had so many tools to help us conduct clinical trials, but every innovation requires a deep understanding of the solution and how each part integrates with the whole.

     

    According to Visiongain, clinical trial services is expected to exceed $32 billion in 2015. Picking the right partner can make all the difference in a clinical trial.

     

    One way to improve your global IQ is to read the latest information on the topic. PharmaVOICE recently featured clinical trial solutions in our June issue. The showcase covers many key issues in clinical trials today. We’re offering a free download of the showcase for a limited time, and then it will only be available for our premium online subscribers. Check it out now.

     

    Another way to keep up with the accelerating trajectory of global clinical trials is to share information with industry peers. The 3rd Annual Executing Global Clinical Trials conference is one such opportunity. Learn from executives at BMS, Merck, Novartis, and many other companies who are on the leading edge of this movement. The conference packs a lot of information and networking into two days. Details can be found here. Hope you can make it to Boston on September 13-14 for this event.

     

    The world is massive and tiny at the same time. Knowing which lens to use at which times is crucial. The opportunities have never been greater. May the world be your oyster.