VIII FTC – Regulatory And Practice In Paediatric Trials And Studies
On September 22nd-23rd, 2015, the Children’s Memorial Health Institute in Warsaw (Poland) will host the VIII edition of the Foresight Training Course (FTC) entitled Regulatory And Practice In Paediatric Trials And Studies promoted by Gianni Benzi Pharmacological Research Foundation and GRiP (Global Research in Paediatrics) – Work Package 4, led by CVBF-TEDDY.
This FTC edition will be focused on several issues impacting on paediatric clinical research, and in particular on the forthcoming novelties in the field: the entry into force in Europe of new rules regulating clinical research and the ongoing debate on the impact of the Paediatric Regulation after 10 years. The event will then discuss, in the framework of an international multi-stakeholders debate, the present and the future of the paediatric research including the efforts made by the scientific community and the ongoing projectssuch as the proposed Paediatric Research Infrastructures (EPCTRI) and the global networks.
Why should I participate?
The Foresight Training Courses are short courses for experts in the field of Regulatory Sciences that aim at contributing to high level training in order to satisfy the needs and requirements of the sector.
This annual event represents an opportunity through which students, academic and educational Institutions, companies, regulatory experts, investigators have the chance to debate and discuss the main issues of clinical research in paediatrics, in order to share best practices and stimulate the interdisciplinary collaboration.
A limited number of rooms in the Patron Hotel – located inside the Children’s Memorial Health Institute – is available for a reduced fee (PLN 120). Those who are interested are kindly invited to send an e-mail to Ms Bożena Łukomska-Tyll (email@example.com) or to Ms Marzena Resiak (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Register today by sending back the VIII FTC application form at email@example.com
Download the brochure of the Course.