Pre Conference Workshop Day - Monday 22nd January 2018

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM Coffee and Registration

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Optimising Management Of Clinical Trial Supply Chains Through Improved Visibility And Tracking Practice

Antony Pham, CTS and IRT Manager, Co-founder , SPLY ApS
This workshop will focus on how new technologies can improve the visibility of your clinical trial supply chain, taking into account the advantages and risks experienced with unifying platforms in CTS management.
In this session you will understand:
  • How to implement best practice in the management of your clinical trial supply chain
  • What the future trends and influences will be and how they will affect your approach to optimising visibility
  • Where gaps in your supply chain should be filled and how to assert better insight within your pipelines

Antony Pham

CTS and IRT Manager, Co-founder

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Networking Coffee Break

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM Utlising Technology In Direct To Patient (DTP) Models To Optimise Supply Chain Visibility

Nimer Yusef, CEO, Trial-Brain
This workshop is designed to develop strategies and plan the best approach to implementing new technologies that will enhance your DTP model and supply chain visibility. We will be focusing on how to deal with data privacy; connectivity of IT systems; what information can be shared and through what interfaces and how systems can change and adopt new processes.
Attend this workshop to:
- Learn how advantages of a specific technology or device could bring to your clinical trial supply
-Determine what is required and the right approach to designing a reliable process for different technologies
-Understand what technologies are available to improve your study with focus on DTP

Nimer Yusef


1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Networking Lunch Break

2:30 PM - 4:30 PM Patient Site Centricity – How To Optimise The Clinical Trial Supply Chain Directly To The Patient

Samantha Carmichael, Lead Pharmacist Clinical Trials / R&D, Clinical Research & Development, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Esther Sadler-Williams , Managing Director, SimplyESW
This workshop will focus on understanding the needs of both patients and the clinical site that should be considered when designing a global clinical supply chain, in order to optimise the ‘end user’ experience.

In this session you will:
- Review results from global surveys undertaken into patient and clinical site perspectives of clinical supply
packaging/labelling and logistics
- Consider key requirements to ensure success when undertaking ‘direct to patient’ trials
- Understand how to implement an effective patient and site centric clinical supply chain including exploring
internal and external challenges that can be encountered during implementation

Samantha Carmichael

Lead Pharmacist Clinical Trials / R&D
Clinical Research & Development, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

Esther Sadler-Williams

Managing Director