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CPhI Festival of Pharma

CPhI Festival of Pharma

5-16 October 2020
Virtual

A virtual gathering for the pharmaceutical industry, the CPhI Festival of Pharma has been created to fill the gap left by in-person events at a time when travel and gatherings are off the cards.

The 10-day offering will bring the global pharma industry together, welcoming over 20,000 attendees and 700+ exhibitors, while offering you best-in-class networking, learning and sourcing opportunities – from the comfort of your home office.

A world-class line-up of expert speakers will deliver hours of live and on-demand learning sessions throughout the 10-day event, ensuring you have access to the knowledge needed to stay at the top of your game.

Visit CPhI Festival of Pharma for more details.


phone +44 (0) 20 7017 5000
email cphicustomerservice@informa.com
web https://www.cphi.com/festival-of-pharma/en/home.html
email Informa PLC 5 Howick Place London SW1P 1WG UK
 
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CPhI Festival of Pharma

5-16 October 2020, Virtual

A virtual gathering for the pharmaceutical industry, the CPhI Festival of Pharma has been created to fill the gap left by in-person events at a time when travel and gatherings are off the cards.
More info >>

White Papers

Clinical Trial-Specific Travel Programs as a Patient Retention Tool

For many patients, participating in a clinical trial is a major endeavor. Depending on the protocol requirements, study visits can be exhausting. There are a number of reasons why a patient may choose to participate in a trial only to drop out. Conversely, there are several approaches to proactively try to prevent this from happening. There are various methods professionals implement for patient retention. This white paper explores patient travel services as one patient retention strategy.
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News and Press Releases

SICK’s on the Level with its CQF Capacitive Sensor

Compact, economic and quick to install, SICK’s CQF16 capacitive level sensor has been developed to provide a universal, non-contact solution wherever the fill level of water-based liquids must be detected in non-metallic vessels, tanks or pipes.
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