Outsourcing in Clinical Trials & Clinical Trial Supply Nordics 2022
This is the unmissable event that the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device communities need to come together and discuss strategies for operational success in clinical trials. Combining our OCT, CTS and Medical Devices events, this is the perfect platform for professionals from across a range of clinical trial functions to meet, network, and hear about latest developments.
What to expect for 2022?
Last year, in 2021, we were thrilled to welcome everyone back in person after the two year disruption caused by the pandemic. Highlights included:
- – The future of EU Clinical Trial Regulation: opportunities to streamline multinational trial approval – Lene Grejs Petersen, Senior Advisor, Danish Medicines Agency
- – A panel discussion on regulations in decentralised trialsincluding both the Swedish and Danish Medicines Agencies
- – The Notified Body perspective: the future of drug-device combinationswith the upcoming Medical Device Regulation (MDR) – Christiana Hofmann, TÜV SÜD
Attendees to meet in 2022
Exhibitors to meet in 2022
Speakers to meet in 2022
Gunilla Andrew-NielsenHead of Department of Clinical Trials and Special Permissions
Läkemedelsverket, Swedish Medical Products Agency
Odd Viking HöglundCEO and Associate Professor of Surgery
Resorbable Devices AB and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
The medical device and diagnostic industry is currently valued at over $350 billion. Technological advances in medical device and diagnostics design are driven by an increasingly demanding market and legislative requirements. A growing patient population and a worldwide governmental drive towards preventive therapies are also fuelling the development of innovative devices.
Medical Device Developments is published in response to the increasing information needs of the major global medical device manufacturers/OEMs. The publication, which is published biannually, will incorporate authoritative reviews of current trends and emerging technologies, and provide the industry's decision-makers with clear, concise and unbiased technical articles and case histories on cutting edge developments, products and applications, drawing on the expertise of leading engineers and designers from around the globe.
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Today’s healthcare providers are faced with the almost impossible task of increasing the standard of care afforded to each patient, while reducing the operational costs associated with providing this improved level of care. The care delivered throughout a healthcare facility is crucial to patient outcomes; from the emergency department through to outpatient operations, encompassing wound care, critical care and clinical care at the bedside..
e-Care, which spans the entire spectrum of patient care, is also a rapidly growing area, and one that healthcare professionals are embracing not only to improve the standard of care in areas including medication administration and patient education, but also to reduce spending. Throughout a patient’s stay in a medical facility, clinicians are faced with inevitable challenges including staff management and education, infection control and equipment failure.
Practical Patient Care is published specifically to provide medical practitioners and senior managers with the information they need in order to deliver successful care management strategies that will allow them to achieve their objective of improving patient care at a reduced cost..
Do you want to meet with leading industry leaders under one roof? If so, to enquire about sponsorship opportunities for the conference, please contact:
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If you have any unique case studies or topics you would like to see covered on the agenda please contact the program director below:
Senior Conference Producer