15th PHARMA & CLINICAL TRIALS in Canada Summit

Sept 23-24, 2015 | Toronto, ON

15th Pharma Clinical Trials in Canada Summit2016-11-22T11:09:58+00:00
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This year’s event is the 15th Edition of this important annual industry forum for Canada’s pharma sector and clinical research communities. Over the years, we have seen global competition continue to accelerate while Canada’s pharmaceutical research sector faces growing challenges. However, the opportunities in the sector are clear and attractive as pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device companies are the greatest contributors to research on a global scale, spending hundreds of billions on R&D every year. Focusing on winning strategies, this event will help define strategic and effective means supporting the delivery of excellent, timely, cost effective industry sponsored clinical trials in Canada.

This is a must attend conference that will focus on practical, strategic building-blocks for success and competitiveness while also examining new and exciting opportunities for growth and renewal in the industry.


Who Should Attend

Representatives From:

  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Research Hospitals, Universities and Sites
  • Contract Research Management Organizations

Titles Consisting Of:

  • Presidents, CEOs and COOs
  • Senior Executives of:
    • Business Development
    • Clinical Research
    • Contracts, Negotiation and Budgets
    • Research and Development
  • Managers and Directors of:
    • Clinical Research Operations
    • Compliance and Ethics
    • Contracts, Negotiation and Budgets
    • Operations
    • Procurement and Purchasing
    • Research and Development
  • Legal Professionals
    • Corporate Counsel
    • Procurement and Contract Law Professionals

Learn About:

  • How Canada can compete with offshore developments and emerging markets
  • Improving transparency between stakeholders during site initiation
  • Comparative analysis of site initiation metrics across businesses and states
  • How collaboration, networks and partnerships make business sense for standardization
  • Recognizing the needs of all parties to create a comprehensive agreement
  • Expediting contract negotiations and reducing redundancies in contract development
  • Challenges and opportunities for public sites and private site across Canada

Conference Highlights Include:

  • Strengthening the Competitiveness of the Clinical Research Sector in Canada
  • Coming to a Middle Ground – Balancing Sponsor and Site Expectations
  • Modernizing Canada – Technology, e-Consent and More
  • Maximizing International Opportunities in Clinical Trials – Clinical Site Selection