Mideast ‘top market for clinical research’
Dubai, August 22, 2011
The Middle East is a fast growing market for clinical research based on availability of infrastructure, access to patients, faster timelines and low costs, said the organisers of an upcoming clinical trials event in Dubai.
Clinical Trials Partnership Middle East Summit will take place from November 28 to 39 at Dusit Thani Hotel.
The event will assemble stakeholders from leading research sites, clinical research organisations, regulators, government organisations and pharmaceutical companies to provide strategies and knowledge on critical issues such as regulatory compliance, optimising clinical trials, overcoming clinical trials challenges and identifying business opportunities in the Middle East region.
Clinical Trials Partnership Middle East Summit kicks off with an interactive workshop on day one, looking at a comprehensive overview of 'Good Clinical Practice' in relation to the regional and international guidelines for conducting clinical trials.
The next two days feature discussions, crucial networking opportunities and round table discussions where delegates will be able to share their views and knowledge on subjects such as 'Improving the quality of clinical trials by using standardised performance metrics'.
Event director for Clinical Trials Partnership Middle East Summit, DoaaSaid, described the conference as 'A vital event for the increasing success and on-going improvement and competitiveness of the regions clinical trials market.'
Delegates in the field will come away from the summit with all the tools needed to better their practices, making them more competitive and efficient, a statement said.
They will also have the chance to make vital relationships and connections in the scheduled networking periods, it added. – TradeArabia News Service
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