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mHealth for Clinical Trials Europe

Dedicated to Promoting Patient Centricity in Clinical Research and Overcoming the Operational Challenges of Running Mobile and Wearable-Enabled Clinical Trials

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Who should attend?

Tim Cave GlaxoSmithKline, Mikael Eliasson Roche, Mohammed Ali Boehringer Ingelheim, Seleen Ong Pfizer


Exciting advances and developments in wearables, sensors, mobile technologies and digital platforms have transformed the way we look into the clinical research process. Patients can be monitored, signals can be measured remotely, disease and symptoms can be tracked more effectively… With mobile technology, clinical investigators can now collect and access unparalleled insight and provide their patients with a real opportunity to participate more effectively in clinical research.

mHealth for Clinical Trials Europe 2018 provides a dedicated forum for industry experts to share data and best practice on how to accelerate the successful implementation of game-changing mHealth strategies in clinical studies and harness the power of mobile technologies and digital innovation to transform the clinical research paradigm.

Join leaders in mHealth, digital and clinical innovation to tackle the specific challenges we all face to bring the implementation and adoption of mobile technologies in clinical programs to the next level, and support active patient involvement and engagement in trials.


Earlybird Conference Price: GBP 1799, Standard Conference Price: GBP 2099


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