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An Evaluation of Clinical Trial Quality in Russia and Ukraine, new webinar hosted by Xtalks
Date:3/8/2013

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) March 08, 2013

With patient recruitment rates up to twenty times faster than the West, the biopharmaceutical industry is embracing the undeniable benefits of conducting clinical trials in emerging markets such as Russia. In fact, 33% of all drugs approved by the FDA and 48% of all drugs approved by the EMEA in 2011 included data from clinical trial research conducted in this region.

Yet with benefits like this, why isn’t this number closer to 100%? For many, the enticement for conducting clinical trials in emerging markets is over shadowed by the fear of unknown regulatory and logistics requirements, prolonged study start-up times and overall clinical trial quality.

During the webinar, ClinStar CEO David Passov and QA Director Dr. Stanislav Gneushev will evaluate the quality of clinical trials being conducted in Russia / Ukraine compared to Western Europe, Eastern Europe and other Emerging Markets based on the results of recent FDA inspections conducted at clinical trial sites in these regions. In addition, they will:

  •     Discuss key elements of successful Quality Management Systems for niche CROs operating in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and the Baltics
  •     Provide practical advice on SOP development
  •     Present training approaches for optimal coaching of clinical monitors
  •     Consider what quality assurance activities are required in Russia and parts of Eastern Europe to ensure continuous quality improvement of clinical studies

For more information about this event or to register, visit: http://xtks.in/xto580-event

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