Climate change in vaccine trials: Moving from a one-size-fits-all to a custom fit in operational delivery

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Ellen Vigdorth- Vaccine trials

Clinical trials are an integral process in the vaccines industry, which is constantly evolving. Industry leaders must effectively manage these evolutions. Dr Ellen Vigdorth the Vice-President of Allergy, Respiratory, Infectious Diseases and Vaccines at Quintiles joined us at the World Vaccine Congress 2012 in Washington, where she presented about the critical role of epidemiology, temporal requirements and local customs integration into design, planning and delivery for successful vaccine trials. She also discussed the need for an evolution concerning the change in operational delivery. By examining custom fit case studies she demonstrates the need to move away from a one-size-fits-all approach to delivery.

Why not download full details of his presentation and discover more on how the climate of vaccine trials is changing:

  • The critical role of epidemiology, temporal requirements and local customs integration into design, planning and delivery for successful vaccine trials
  • What are the possible challenges and how to overcome them in a global environment – 4 case studies:
  • H1N1 – Timeline Compression Requires Rapid Results
  • Pneumococcal – Community Outreach Country-Level Model
  • Dengue/JEC – Country-Focused Continental Model
  • Malaria – Preliminary Practice-based Trials Provide

 

Download the full presentation here!

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