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Event

Speed is of the Essence: Minimising Time to Clinic by Maximizing Smart, Efficient Processes

Join PCI Clinical Services at our upcoming seminar and explore the best practices to engage to get your investigational products in the clinic quicker.

Join us for the latest of our PCI Clinical Seminar series and hear from our experts:

Agenda

9:00am:
Registration

9:30am:
Welcome

9:40am
Fast Track Packing: Handling adaptive clinical trial designs and maximising efficiencies
Samantha James, Associate Director, Clinical Operations, PCI Pharma Services

As the complexity and competition surrounding clinical trials increases there is a growing need to get drug to site sooner whilst also maintaining efficiency and quality. PCI have developed a number of options to support client’s requirements. Fast Track packaging offers rapid study set-up, packaging, labelling and distribution for clients that require their clinical trial data as quickly as possible by utilising a bespoke team. For clients with limited drug supply or short shelf-life PCI are able to offer their Just-in-Time service where a label is applied at the point of dispatch. This session will focus on these options PCI are able offer which enable flexibility without compromising on quality.

10:10am
Inventory Management – at your fingertips
Rishi Saini, Data and Systems Developer, PCI Pharma Services

Web and mobile-based technology continues to drive change in the way companies manage their clinical trials with the availability of real-time information, paramount to a successful outcome of the project. PCI’s WebflowTM system is a proprietary and bespoke client access portal, providing real-time access to specific projects 24/7 and allowing clients to configure information to the specific needs of their global trials. This presentation will address the unique features of the WebflowTM system and demonstrate how clients can have regular access to their inventory management allowing more control over clinical projects.

10:40am
Brexit – Fact Versus Fiction
Gareth Price, Head of QMS, PCI Pharma Services

It is very hard for anybody not intimately involved with the European Union, the workings of the UK economy and the healthcare sector to clearly understand the true facts or indeed the advantages and disadvantages of Brexit. One fact is clear, Brexit is happening in March 2019 and the UK will leave the European Union.

So what does Brexit mean for the pharmaceutical sector? With European Commission directives and cross-border collaborations currently in place, it is perceived that clinical supply chains will experience future challenges in terms of compliance with new rules and regulations that will be enforced post March 2019.

With the degree of ‘Brexit uncertainty’ appearing to be increasing, what is fact and what is fiction and what will be the impact on the pharmaceutical sector?

11:10am
Networking Break

11:30am
Everything is possible with the right tools
Sara Arbel, Master Certified Coach

In this workshop, we will explore the level of awareness to needs and values that are the compass of our lives, business
and careers. By Identifying and responding to the needs and the values we become part of the solution in our search for
excellence.

12:30-2:00pm
Lunch and Networking

For more information or to register for this event, please click here:

Date & Time

26 Apr 2018 - 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location

Leonardo Boutique, Rehovot
פארק המדע, Prof. Hillel ve-Khanan Oppenheimer St 2
Rehovot

7670102
Israel

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