Join us on November 26 at our traditional Glögg Mingle in Uppsala. RBM is a regulatory requirement when performing clinical trials. This requirement is an enhanced concept and requires a change in the mindset for the implementation of updated and new processes when conducting clinical studies. The responsibility for these processes always lies with the sponsor, irrespectively if the task in itself is delegated to an outside vendor.
Come listen to Gunnar Danielsson, former GCP Inspector, and senior regulatory advisor at LINK Medical talk about this subject. In this short seminar, you will learn about the following:
1.What is the purpose & regulations for RBM & Monitoring?
2. Changing the mindset for the implementation of updated processes.
3.What do the authorities expect in regards to RBM?
Gunnar Danielsson, former GCP inspector has traveled around the world performing GCP inspections for the Swedish Medical Product Agency for over 10 years. He has 40 years’ experience in Clinical Research and has a wealth of experience from the Pharmaceutical industry in terms of quality management, electronic systems, data management, and clinical design and conduct. Gunnar today is a key advisory resource and helps to design studies in the most effective way, meeting regulatory requirements.
This is a free event. Students and non-industry people will be put on a waiting until ane will get confirmation 1 week before to the event. We have a limited number of seats and only registered people can attend this event.
If you have any questions regarding registration or anything else, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
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