The global landscape for clinical trials has continued to evolve and change over the last ten years. One of the biggest changes has been the shift towards the emerging markets.
The MENA region is generally one of the fastest growing economies in the world, one of the industries enjoying this increase in demand is the clinical research sector. Key factors for this include a large treatment naïve population, the improvement of the healthcare infrastructure and the large number of therapeutic indications. There are of course key factors that need to be taken into account to ensure the trials are successful. Concerns such as political climate, culture differences, qualified data and the limited number of trained CRA’s have traditionally deterred international pharmaceuticals from carrying out their research. Both CRO’s and Sponsors will discuss how those challenges have not affected the successful running of their clinical development and to further explore the opportunities.
This conference is aiming to raise the profile as a key region to conduct clinical research with the recent investment in the local infrastructure. We will be bringing together a delegation that includes both international and local pharmaceutical companies, regulatory bodies, government officials and CRO’s to improve and promote drug development.
Topics being addressed include:
- Partnership Strategies to Strengthen Stakeholders Relationships
- The Important Role Technology Plays in Effective Clinical Trial Operations
- Addressing Challenges in Biologistic Quality and Cost
- Ensuring Global R&D Budgets Continue to grow in the region
- Strategies to Strengthen Patient Recruitment and Participation
- Best Practice for Site Selection and Investigator Meetings
- What Role Government is Playing to Promote the Region
- Improving the Operational Efficiency for Clinical Trials
- How to Ensure Trials Stay Cost Effective
- Tackling the Limited Number of CRAs and Training in the Region
- The Role Local Hospitals Play in Enhancing MENA as a Clinical Trials Hub
For further information please visit: http://www.promotingclinicaltrials.com