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  • Paediatric clinical trials conference diary:

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    7-11 May 2013, Manchester Central Convention Complex, UK
    EMWA - European Medical Writers Association
    36th Conference 
    May 7th:  Better communication means better patient outcomes: vision or illusion?
    Mark Duman, Director MD Healthcare Consultants and Chair Patient Information Forum (PiF)

    Panel: Eveline Wesby-van Swaay, Global Safety Physician, AstraZeneca Ben Bridgewater, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon, University Hospital of South Manchester Paul Woods, Compliance and Ethics consultant, ex-AstraZeneca and previous Chair of the EFPIA Information to Patients Task Force,  Jane Lamprill, Paediatric Research Consultancy


    20 & 21 March  2013, Copthorne Tara Hotel, Central London
    SMi 7th annual conference Paediatric Clinical Trials
    Jane Lamprill is speaking on
    Focusing your paediatric IRB/ethics committee applications to help avoid study delays:
    • Background and overview of key ethical issues
    • An ethics committee perspective
    • Learning from past experiences
    • Implementing Good Ethical Practice © to improve outcomes


    7 February 2013, ECPM, Basel Switzerland

    Continuing Education Series, Frontiers in Drug Development:

    ONE DAY SEMINAR: Incentivising Better Medicines for Children
    Jane Lamprill is speaking on Good Ethical Practice in Paediatric Studies
    For further info please contact  0041- 61 - 267 - 1950

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