Clinical Trials Europe 2019

This year Clinical Trials Europe, formerly Partnerships in Clinical Trials, will look to address the evolving clinical trials landscape in their premier event in Barcelona. Attendees will engage with the right partners at the number one clinical trials stakeholder event in Europe. Clinical Trials Europe brings together leaders and decision-makers from across all key stakeholder groups to facilitate transformative discussion, successful collaborations and new therapeutic development.

ERT is proud to sponsor and present at CTE in 2019. Our experts will be presenting in the sessions below. Be sure to visit ERT at booth #1 to discuss these presentations and how ERT can advance your clinical development with confidence.

 

November 20 12:00pm
Engaging Patients with BYOD, Wearables, and Sensors

Valdo Arnera, MD, Scientific Advisor, ERT

The opportunities to better engage patients across all phases of clinical development have never been greater. We can now apply technology in creative ways to collect meaningful data from patients – without unduly increasing their burden as trial participants.

The Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) and wearables approach to electronic clinical gives patients the ability to use their familiar devices, or wearables (like a watch), to provide data and receive trial information. These new technologies can increase patient engagement but also can improve the quality and quantity of patient data collected during a trial.

This presentation will explore some of the latest applications of these technologies, including both opportunities and pitfalls to consider.

Valdo Arnera, MD, Scientific Advisor, ERT

November 21 10:00am
The role of emerging technology in gathering new data to support Real-World Evidence

Chris Watson, Ph.D., Director of Product Strategy, Digital Patient, ERT

Prospective or ‘new data’ capture is a critical element in the analysis of real-world evidence for healthcare decision-making.  But, how do we simplify this process for patients as they participate in post-approval research? This session reviews the role of technology – particularly advancing consumer technologies – in improving patient experience and engagement with a focus on:
·         Minimizing patient burden
·         Enabling patient choice
·         Accessing broader patient populations
·         Leveraging mobile, voice and AI technology

Chris Watson, Ph.D., Director of Product Strategy, Digital Patient, ERT