Medicon Valley Alliance Breakfast event, 28th Feb 2017
Good Morning Meeting: Home healthcare - The Future of Clinical Trials with MRN and World Courier
Patient recruitment and retention in clinical trials remain key challenges for most Sponsors and Physicians running global complex research projects. Achieving geographical coverage, finding a suitable patient population and encouraging patients to take part for the duration of a trial can be difficult - costing time, money and resources.
Medical Research Network (MRN), World Courier and Medicon Valley Alliance (MVA) are working together to bring you a breakfast event that considers the clinical trials of the future, focusing on treating patients in their own homes.
Date: February 28th, 2017
Time: 8:30 am – 10.30am
Venue: Medicon Valley Alliance, Copenhagen, Denmark
08.30-09.00 Coffee and networking
09.00-10.00 Home Healthcare – The Future of Clinical Trials & Q&A
Reducing the burden on patients through eliminating long distance travel, administering vital treatments and procedures, such as blood sampling, at the patient’s home leads to an increase in recruitment and retention rates. Couple that with the provision of highly trained nursing support in multiple geographical locations close to the patient population and a trial becomes even more effective.
Join Stuart Redding, VP Business Development at Medical Research Network (MRN) and David Spillett, Key Account Director at World Courier and MVA members to hear more about their innovative partnership which is leading to improvements in both the recruitment and retention of qualified patients for research studies.
For more details and to register your free place visit: http://mva.org/event/home-healthcare-future-clinical-trials/