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International Clinical Trials

 
International Clinical Trials (ICT) is a specialist journal designed to provide global coverage of
key topics pertinent to the clinical trials sector.

Published quarterly, and edited by Dr Graham Hughes, the journal offers a platform of
communication and information-sharing for executive and strategic decision makers, seeking
out new trends and marketing opportunities, as well as putting a spotlight on the latest innovations coming to market. ICT is specifically designed to be of interest to those actively seeking to source services for improved efficiency in what is an increasingly competitive market.

Prompted by the synergies between trial operations and wider contract research and outsourcing
issues, ICT joined forces with sister title European Pharmaceutical Contractor (EPC) in late-2015,
in a move that brings added value to both brands. With EPC now an inserted edition within ICT,
industry practitioners across these complementary subject areas now have unrivalled access
to a wealth of shared views and analyses.

 
For further information please contact:

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Louise White

Editorial
Alex Roberts

Connect with us on Twitter: follow @IntClinTrials

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The Backbone of Clinical Development
 
 

 

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Featured in this issue
Patient Recruitment and Retention
Patient Travel Assistance

Talking Travel

Hannu Koski and Rob Laurens at BBK Worldwide take a detailed look into the role that transportation can play to ensure patient retention and satisfaction across clinical trials.
Trial Design
Q&A: An Integrated Approach to First-In-Human Trials

Clinical Complexities

Torkel Gren at Recipharm and Anders Millerhovf at Clinical Trial Consultants spoke to ICT about the differing complexities of first-in-human trials and advise on how to craft an effective journey to market.
  Ethics & Risk Management
Pharmacovigilance in the EU

Quality Upkeep

Some complex requirements must be met to establish a pharmacovigilance system, particularly when it comes to products and patient safety. David Hukin at Quanticate explains more.

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Edited by
Dr Graham Hughes
Consultant in
Pharmaceutical
Development

Published quarterly in
February, May,
August, and November

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