Theme: Theme: The Novel and Contemporary Research in Clinical Research and Clinical Trials
Euro Clinical Trials 2022
It pleasure and honor to invite everyone from all around the world to the "12th International Conference on Clinical Research & Clinical Trials" in Zurich, Switzerland, on November 28–29, 2022. "The Novel and Contemporary Research in Clinical Research and Clinical Trials" is the conference's theme.
People involved in clinical research, clinical trials, pharmacology, pharmacy practise, clinical pharmacy, pharmacovigilance, and drug safety would have a fantastic opportunity to showcase their research results at Euro Clinical Trials 2022. Being a part of the international conference will provide a fantastic opportunity to connect with influential people in clinical research and clinical trials and learn more about recent developments in the industry.
Why to Attend?
Meet Experts & Influencers Face to Face
Even if you might not get to meet your business heroes at every conference, your chances are much higher if you're in the same area. It might be about sharing a business idea with someone you admire, taking a selfie with someone who has inspired you, or developing a connection that could help you find your next mentor.
For people to meet you
This is especially important when you are searching for collaborators, job ideas, or in some fields, committee members. Conferences are a great method to establish your name and establish yourself in your field of study, especially if you are fortunate enough to get invited.
To share your thoughts and achievements with others
To present your work at conferences is one of the more obvious reasons to just go. It's a good idea to discuss your work with a range of people from related, unrelated, and/or completely unrelated fields of research. Presenting will increase your self-assurance in your work and give you a fresh perspective on it because other people may ask you questions that will cause you to reconsider your project.
- Important scientists in chemistry and pharmaceuticals
- Personnel (Professors, Associate Professors, Asst. Educators)
- Colleges and Training Facilities for Pharmacology and Chemistry
- Societies and Associations for Drug and Chemistry
- Entrepreneurs in the drug industry
- Pharmaceutical product assembly businesses
- Putting together medical device companies
- Students of pharmacy and chemistry PhD Scholars, Graduates and Post Graduates
- Organizational heads and CEOs
- Presidents of associations, affiliations, and professionals
- Respectable winners in the biotechnology and medical instrumentation disciplines
- Bioinformatics specialists
- Testing Organizations and Individuals
- The executives' companies CRO and DATA
- Organizations that manage information
Euro Clinical Trials 2022 is a platform for discussing and researching diverse clinical researches on a worldwide platform. Which are :
Track 1: Clinical Trails and Innovation
The initial clinical market is huge. To get an idea of its scope, consider that ClinicalTrials.gov currently lists more than 280,000 active clinical research studies, up from just 2,119 active studies in 2000. In fact, research indicates that the market's value will continue to grow, reaching $65.2 billion by 2025, with the significant increase in the number of clinical preliminary exams during 2000 and 2018. Despite the huge clinical trial market, there are some challenges for the industry.
Track 2: Clinical Data Management
The process of managing data from clinical preliminary studies is known as clinical data management. Delivering and maintaining high-quality information is the obvious goal of any clinical information strategy. Additionally, this organization spends a great amount of time collecting and analyzing clinical preliminary data. Additionally, the Data Management teams develop tools for information gathering at clinical preliminary locations, check the information for errors, and deliver notifications if any errors are found. They develop the tools for evaluating, validating, and monitoring the information gathered during the clinical phase. Clinical information administrators always maintain high standards to protect the integrity and privacy of the data collected.
Track 3: Patient-Centric Clinical Trials
Pharmaceutical R&D's clear goal has been and always will be identifying and responding to unfulfilled patient requirements. The new clinical preliminary models and developments behind them should therefore be a tool to achieve such goals. Innovation that allows constant monitoring of, and communication with, patients generally increases the possibility of monitoring the outcomes of treatments at a level of granularity and over a range of certifiable conditions never before imagined — and to continuously respond if necessary to improve patients' lives.
Track 4: Research and Clinical Trials Ethics
Bringing up a complete body of knowledge that improves human wellness or increases understanding of a human science is the objective of clinical research. It is possible to validate that learning when there are people who can participate in the clinical research. The best way to determine whether a different drug or treatment is safe or effective is to test it on interested patients. But clinical research may mistreat the patient volunteers by putting a few people in harm's way for the benefit of others. The moral guidelines were put in place to both secure willing volunteers and further the cause of a science's credibility.
Track 5: Clinical Research Using Bioinformatics
A combination of biotechnology, genomics, and data innovation, bioinformatics explores information and even speaks to it in quantifiable terms. It even takes on a big role in comprehending the subatomic processes that provide the basis of life. Clinical bioinformatics is the name given to the branch of bioinformatics that deals with clinical preliminary data. Finding and developing new diagnoses and therapies for infections is aided by an understanding of the relationship between clinical informatics and bioinformatics. In order to understand subatomic instruments and prospective remedies for human disorders, the therapeutic use of bioinformatics is linked to research and innovation.
Track 6: Clinical Trials in the Future
A theoretically extreme solution to the patient enrolment issue is to provide a clinical preliminary to patients as one consideration option among many. This is a misleadingly basic assumption made by medical services professionals. According to some supporters, the idea conveys the triple point of enhanced patient care experiences, greater population wellbeing, and decreased per-capita social insurance expenditures. We cannot say that a pharmaceutical will treat a patient because it has not yet been proven to be completely safe and effective in clinical trials; we are still working to make this case.
Track 7: Clinical and Medical Case Reports
Clinical and Medical Case Reports is an Open Access and Scientific Journal that provides an interesting international distribution platform that aims to keep researchers, doctors, medical professionals, analysts, and students up to date on the ongoing research in the key area. High effect factor papers are available for free to maintain the greatest quality of the journal. It is a peer-reviewed journal that disseminates original research projects presented as case reports in the medical area for handling various types of Cases' specific clinical and analytical concerns.
Track 8: Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance
Medication security, also known as pharmacovigilance, is the study of reaction detection, evaluation, comprehension, and avoidance that helps us to understand more about the risks and benefits of a prescription. Antibiotic drug reactions that occur when a therapeutic item is used can result in serious harm and death. Pharmacovigilance's primary goal is to ensure safe drug use by reducing the risks associated with therapeutic products and increasing their benefits. Before a medicinal product can be approved for the market, it must first pass animal testing and demonstrates its safety and viability in humans. In any case, clinical preliminary studies are focused on a small number of patients, up to a few thousand, and excluding unusual populations, such as children, pregnant and lactating ladies, and geriatric patients. Post-marketing safety surveillance
Track 9: Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Trials
According to a study published in Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, computerized reasoning could enhance important aspects of the clinical preliminary procedure, such as patient selection, recruitment, and checking. Analysts observed that it takes between 10 and 15 years and costs between $1.5 billion and $2.0 billion to bring another pharmaceutical up for sale to the general public, with a portion of this time and money going towards clinical preliminary research. However, the study acknowledged that clinical preliminary exams continue to have high failure rates despite speculative claims.
Track 10: Clinical Trials in Cardiology and Neurology
The examination that concludes the direct argument between a therapy and an illness control is being directed by controlled clinical preliminary studies. But even this pinnacle of clinical science is harrowed. The power of our exploratory efforts is weakened by the ongoing problems with the enlistment disappointment. Additionally, the impact of end-point selection on the need for quantifiable austerity (i.e., the requirement to reduce the number of interpretable end points to control the general sort I error) causes center wastefulness in clinical preliminary profitability by reducing the number of endpoints discoveries that are generalizable to the general population. Our zenith might just be a guide for articulation that is moving in the direction of reduction unless clinical early records include these concerns with the live and creative mind.
Track 11: Clinical Trials in Dermatology and Oncology
A modern drug is built on clinical preliminary. Progress in medicine and dermatology depends on randomized, double-blinded, fake treatment controlled studies. The most well-known medical disorders in the United States are skin conditions including psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. Clinical preliminaries that can provide a drug not only offer target improvements in clinical sickness status but also abstract improvements in the patients' quality of life for those who are suffering from the disease
Track 12: Adaptive Trial Model
A clinical trial that assesses a medical device or treatment by potentially observing additional factors, such as side effects, on a set schedule and modifying the trial's protocol's parameters in response to those findings is referred to as an adaptive clinical trial. According to the trial protocol, the adaption process often lasts the entire trial. Included are modified dosage, sample size, a medicine that is being tested, and patient selection criteria. As more knowledge is gathered, trials turn into an ongoing process that regularly adds medicines and patient groups. Prior to the start of the experiment, the protocol establishes the processes and timeframe for adaption.
Track 13: Clinical Data Strategy and Analytics
Only large organizations can afford a comprehensive data strategy, which is essential for creating a controlled data flow and prioritizing strategy. Data strategy aids in concentrating the organization's efforts on the most pressing requirements that will swiftly provide value to end users. eCS clients acknowledged the difficulties and data confusion that come with having several CROs and data source suppliers as a provider of software-enabled data services. A formalized data strategy helps with these challenges ensuring organizations and gain control of the data that they are investing tremendous resources in.
Track 14: Clinical Trial Auditing
To determine whether the actions related to the establishment and monitoring of this clinical research were performed successfully, if the data were gathered, evaluated, and reported in line with the protocol, standard operating procedures were reviewed independently and methodically. System audits should be manageable with the available resources and of a size that is reasonable (can be managed). Audits must be planned and carried out in order to produce outcomes that are deemed acceptable. Most critical, leave windows open for unplanned audits and don't reduce your audit programme.
Track 15: Oncology Clinical Research
Oncology research has a wide range, and the complexity of clinical trial and study designs is increasing. According to statistics, cancer currently has the lowest success rate of experimental compounds approved for clinical usage among all diseases, and the possibility that oncology medications examined in Phase I trials would be approved is only 6.7%. In oncology, clinical trials differ significantly from one another. The distinctions are better appreciated to maximize the utilization of scarce resources and the influence of cancer research on clinical practise.
Track 16: Imaging Research
The practise of creating photographs of bodily components for use in diagnosing or researching disorders in medicine is known as medical imaging. Around the world, millions of imaging procedures are performed each week. As image processing tools, including picture recognition, analysis, and enhancement, advance, so does medical imaging. The volume of tissues detected and the proportion of tissues that are identified both rise as a result of image processing. The use of image analysis techniques in this area explains how to use various image processing algorithms, like k-means, ROI-based segmentation, and watershed techniques, to illustrate image interpretation issues.
Track 17: Post Marketing Surveillance
A crucial component of the science of pharmacovigilance is post marketing surveillance, which involves keeping an eye on the security of pharmaceutical products and medical devices after their introduction on the market. Since clinical trials—involving relatively few individuals who typically do not have additional medical conditions that exist in the general population—are the basis for the acceptance and approval of drugs and medical devices, post-marketing surveillance can further hone, or confirm, the safety of a drug or device after it has been used in the general population by numerous individuals with a variety of medical conditions.
The size of the worldwide clinical trials market, which was valued at USD 46.75 billion in 2019, is projected to increase at a CAGR of 5.1 percent from 2019 to 2024. Some of the key reasons propelling the global market are the use of new technologies in clinical trials, the rise in the frequency of chronic diseases, and demand from developing nations. While a rise in the demand for clinical trial services from Co Clinical trials are increasingly being conducted in developing nations rather than developed ones. Clinical trials are increasingly being conducted in developing nations rather than developed ones. Biopharmaceutical companies have shifted their attention to areas like Central and Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East for cost effectiveness and quick patient recruitment as a result of rising clinical trial costs and challenges in patient recruitment. Additionally, compared to the west, where traditional diseases are common, emerging nations have a wider range of ailments. The increasing illness diversity in developing nations facilitates the conduct of clinical studies for serious conditions by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Phase I, Phase II, Phase III, and Phase IV are the phases into which the clinical trials market is divided. In 2019, Phase III trials held the biggest market share because they are the most costly and involve the most participants.
In Phase I clinical trials, the researcher examines the effects of medication on 20 to 80 individuals over the course of many months. In order to conduct the trial, it also analyzes the tolerability of the substances. It is also required to conduct other research, such as those on how food and drugs interact with one another. About 70% of drugs, according to the FDA, progress to Phase II. Phase II trials are conducted in two stages; the first stage explores the dose range and conducts efficacy tests, while the second stage finalizes the dose. Phase II studies are very important in oncology. 33 percent of drugs, according to the FDA, are tested in phase III.
Long-term safety investigations are carried out for registration in Phase III. Aeterna Zentaris chose Ergomed for its Phase III investigations in June 2015. The company's effectiveness studies for Macrilen, a treatment for adult growth hormone insufficiency, are probably going to be assisted by the CRO with a base in the U.K. Post-marketing monitoring studies are another name for phase IV investigations. These are carried out following the molecule's introduction to the market. The chemical is initially introduced in limited quantities while data is gathered to confirm its general population safety.
- Clinical Trails and Innovation
- Clinical Data Management
- Patient-Centric Clinical Trials
- Research and Clinical Trials Ethics
- Clinical Research Using Bioinformatics
- Clinical Trials in the Future
- Clinical and Medical Case Reports
- Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance
- Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Trials
- Clinical Trials in Cardiology and Neurology
- Clinical Trials in Dermatology and Oncology
- Adaptive Trial Model
- Clinical Data Strategy and Analytics
- Clinical Trial Auditing
- Oncology Clinical Research
- Imaging Research
- Post Marketing Surveillance
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All accepted abstracts will be published in respective Our International Journals.
- Journal of Molecular Pharmaceutics & Organic Process Research
- Journal of Clinical Research
- Journal of Clinical Research and Pharmacy
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