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Observational Clinical Research for Real World Evidence

Observational Clinical Research for Real World Evidence

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Who should attend?

The course is aimed at everyone who works in biomedical or pharmaceutical companies and needs to plan and design an observational clinical study.


Observational clinical research has become a fundamental tool for the development of new health technologies through the observation of what happens in actual clinical practice. 
Observational studies are extremely heterogeneous since they include very different designs and aims. Unfortunately this type of study is only partially regulated, both at a local and international level. This causes some difficulties in the planning of the ethical and authorisation process, and in the conduction of the study.
Designing and carrying out an observational study requires, besides a depth knowledge of legal constraints and of the legislative framework, specific methodological and epidemiological skills. The use of the traditional operative models borrowed from controlled clinical trials is not the solution. To identify the right solutions it is important to adapt to every single project the huge amount of available techniques and instruments.


REGISTRATION FEES: Early Bird: euro 1.460,00 (by 28th August 2017); Ordinary: euro 1.670,00; Freelance, Academy, Public Administration: euro 770,00. The fee includes: tuition, teaching materials, lunches and coffee breaks, organizational office assistance, attendance certificate.


Mara Algarotti

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