Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials

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Successful implementation of adaptive designs into a trial however requires unparalleled coordination between clinicians, trial managers, statisticians and those involved in external and internal regulation. Join us at Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials in London on 8th and 9th April to hear how pharma companies of all sizes have successfully implemented trials incorporating adaptive designs. Through in-depth case studies and presentations the expert speaker faculty will show you how you can quickly and accurately implement an adaptive design clinical trial for your drug development – from initial processes in managing trials to choosing the right time to implement change.

Key reasons to attend:
• Benefit from the first-hand experiences of speakers whose organisations have recently made breakthroughs in adaptive designs
• Hear the very latest on predictive analytical techniques for increasing efficiency of drug development
• Learn how to develop a normal standing clinical trial into an adaptive clinical trial
• Discover data software that supports the ever-increasing complexity of adaptive clinical trials by attending the post-conference workshop

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Location:
Copthorne Tara Hotel, London
Scarsdale Place,
Kensington,
Kensington & Chelsea,
London,
W8 5SR
UK


Organizer: SMi Group Ltd

8 Apr 2013

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