Wednesday, Sep 06, 2017 8:00a -
Boston Marriott Copley Place
110 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02116
Lectures & Conferences
The 4th annual Mobile in Clinical Trials is full-day conference preceding DPharm: Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials and goes into detail on:
- Real-time implementation of mobile solutions
- trials driving efficiency
- How to scale up
- Perceived barriers and how to overcome them
- Moving past the hype of mhealth and producing evidence
- Optimizing the true value of mobile data
- Mobile 2.0, wearable, sensors, apps and mobile devices
Program chair Dr Dan Karlin, Pfizer, presents the opening remarks for the event. The morning includes sessions on: how to overcome the cultural barriers to implementing mobile technology; CTTI's findings on their mobile clinical trials program and recommendations on novel endpoints; case study learnings from Medidata; FDA guidance on implementing digital/mobile strategies and tools in clinical research; GSK's PARADE study; Roche's Parkinson's disease study; and new technologies in live five-minute demonstrations.
The afternoon sessions cover: how to introduce digital tools in a clinical trial from start to finish; demonstrating value-added to a Phase IV trial by introducing a valid wearable; the current realities of the virtual trial model; Verily's study watch tackling the scalability of wearables in clinical trials; the why, what, where and how of the digital coach in clinical trials; and a call to action and reflection on the the day's learnings.
New for 2017 is the optional pre-DPharm workshop on September 6, following the full-day Mobile in Clinical Trials @DPharm meeting. "Trial Innovation Co-Design Workshop: Help Create Solutions to Assist Clinical Research Participants," led by Eli Lilly and Company's Barry Crist and Dave Crumbacher, gives attendees the chance to be an innovator. Using co-design and human-centered approaches, you will work with a small team to brainstorm and design an innovation to assist participants in Clinical Trials.
Standard Industry starting rate: USD 895
Academic / Non-profit / Govt. starting rate: USD 447.50
DPharm US Add-On: USD 595
Speakers: Munther Baara, Alex Bangs, David Connelly PhD, Anthony Costello, Noah Craft MD PhD, Rob DiCicco, Jennifer Goldsack MChem MA MBA CPHQ, Christian Gossens PhD MBA, Daniel Karlin MD, Sharib Khan MD MPH, Jacob LaPorte PhD, Jeff Lee, Carol Maguire RN, Georgia Mitsi PhD MBA, Jane Myles, Tushar Parlikar PhD, Derek Richards MSc PhD, Paul Savuto MBA, Alex Simmonds, David Turner Jr MS CISA, Joris van Dam PhD, Angela Walker, Jeremy Wyatt, Bryan Yee