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Pharma IQ's Pharma CTS Europe Infographic
Date:8/24/2012

LONDON, August 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Pharma IQ has just published the results of an industry wide clinical trials survey, conducted recently among 4,500 clinical specialists with over 40% located in Europe.

Over a third of the clinical trial supply respondents to our recent survey said that outsourcing distribution and logistics was their main priority for the investment this year, whereas cool chain technologies was mentioned by 27%. Quarter of the respondents will focus on the supply chains in emerging markets. Other concerns included IVRS technology, labelling technologies and outsourcing.  Added to this, the number of clinical trials to be conducted in the BRIC region in 2013 is predicted to increase to 70.7%.

Pharma IQ also asked the respondents about the top areas for improvement in the clinical trial supply. Understanding GDP regulations and designing a supply chain for adaptive clinical trials were the most common issues closely followed by a just-in-time labelling strategy and computer sourcing.

The infographic is available to download at http://www.clinicalsupplyeurope.com/news.

The survey was created as a part of the pre-conference research for Clinical Trial Supply, taking place 30 January-01 February 2013.

The results helped to shape the CTS Online Library consisting of regularly updated presentations, speaker Interviews and presentations coordinated with the IQPC clinical trials event.

0ther content available in CTS Online Library includes:

- Interview with Robert Smith, former Director, Clinical Pharmacy Research Services at Genzyme. Mr Smith discusses the latest approaches and tools to ensure flexibility of clinical supplies. He talks about the use of IRT, removing expiry dates and pooling supplies all with a view to reducing waste and making efficiency improvements. There is also an overview of the role of BRIC countries in the next few years and the need to improve communication between East and West for successful collaborations.

- Article: Talking Heads: 7 Growing Trends in Clinical Trial Supply

Pharma IQ had a quick ring around with some of our trusted experts who are working in clinical trials to get an overview on current and emerging trends in clinical trials

- Infographic: A Picture of Clinical Trial Supply Asia

An overview of the clinical trial industry in Asia trying to answer the questions of the expected growth in Clinical Trials in Asia.

To access the CTS Online Library or to find out more about Clinical Trial Supply Europe 2013 please visit http://www.clinicalsupplyeurope.com/news, email enquire@iqpc.co.uk or call +44(0)-2073689421.

Media contact: Joanna, +44-(0)20-7368-9807, joanna.checinska@iqpc.co.uk - Please contact for more information or images.

Press are invited to attend this important industry forum, if you would like to a complimentary press pass please email Joanna Checinska (jaonna.checinska@iqpc.co.uk)


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