This essential 2-day course provides you with the necessary skills to formulate and implement a successful clinical trial budget.
Through a combination of theory, case studies and practical discussion sessions, this course will help you understand the budgeting process, share best practice, facilitate cross-company collaboration, define fair market value and standardise the clinical grant process within your business.
Taking place alongside the Clinical Trials Europe conference 2019, as a delegate on this course you will also receive access to the conference exhibit areas and evening receptions offering you the opportunity to network with your peers in the industry.
Roger Joby is a chartered scientist and a member of the Association for Project Management (APM), and has been involved in the pharmaceutical industry for over 30 years. He has experience in clinical operations, project management, proposal generation and third party contracts at all levels.
He has worked as an employee or more recently as a consultant for several pharmaceutical companies and Clinical Research Organisations (CROs). Roger also takes an active part in project management research, and has published several papers on the role of Earned Value Analysis in clinical research with a colleague Dr. David Bryde (Liverpool JM University).
This 2-day course has been designed for those who are involved in managing clinical budgets and is intended for Vice-Presidents, Heads, Directors, Managers and Team Leaders working in the below areas:
Taking place alongside the Clinical Trials Europe conference, as a delegate on this course you will also receive access to the conference exhibit areas and evening receptions offering you the opportunity to network with your peers in the industry.
Clinical Trials Europe is the leading event for the clinical trials community to network and discuss partnering. Register your team today and join 800+ clinical stakeholders at this year's event, held 19-21 November 2019 in Barcelona.
The knowledge of the teacher was second to none. Touched on all the main subjects linked to budget management in research and it was all very clear.