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The Long and Short of CRO Selection

Over recent years, there has been a progression in companies outsourcing their pharmacovigilance to CROs that either specialise in this area or as part of the suite of services they offer. It is clear that there is much work to be done before deciding on which CRO to choose, and there are several factors that need to be considered by the sponsor or licence holder.

Once the decision is taken to outsource, because each company/sponsor is unique, the demands and requirements of the CRO will differ, and it is important to know it has the expertise for immediate and possible long-term needs.

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Graeme Ladds has worked in pharmacovigilance and medical services for the last 30 years, specialising in both global clinical development and postmarketing for a variety of large and small pharma companies in senior positions. For the last 16 years, Graeme has worked at his own CRO, PharSafer, engaging with clients worldwide and helping them gain licensure and postmarketing for many countries. He also teaches and trains in pharmacovigilance around the world for many companies and works for clients on many product acquisitions and sales (divestments).

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