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KCE Trials Symposium on publicly funded trials - 12th October - Brussels

KCE symposium on publicly-funded pragmatic practice-oriented clinical trials

KCE Trials would like to thank all speakers and everyone who attended their symposium on publicly funded pragmatic trials on Wednesday 12th October 2016 in Brussels and made the event such a success.

Slides and video clips of the presentations are available via the links below.

The morning session was aimed at investigator and hospital trials team needs, including organisation and conduct of multicentre pragmatic clinical trials while the afternoon session focused on regional and international trial-funding programmes and how they contribute to patient care and healthcare systems.  

Presenter Title Slides
Raf Mertens, 
KCE (BE)
Welcome NA

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Maggie De Block,
Minister of Health
(BE)
Welcome NA

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Sarah Puddicombe,
NIHR / University of
Southampton (UK)
The NIHR HTA Programme, introducing the concepts Slides

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Frank Hulstaert,
KCE (BE)
Update on KCE Trials and available sponsor capacity Slides

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Greet Musch,
FAMHP (BE)
The role of FAMHP in the implementation of the Clinical Trial Regulation, patient recruitment, national innovation office and guidance for pragmatic trials Slides

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Sallie Lamb
University of Oxford
(UK)
Designing and running pragmatic trials to deliver benefits for clinical practice Slides


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Christine Kubiak
ECRIN (FR)
What can investigators and trial coordination units expect from ECRIN ? Slides

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Denis Lacombe
EORTC (BE)
Conducting non-commercial trials: the experience of the EORTC Slides

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Frederik Van Acker
FWO (BE)
The IWT/FWO TBM programme, impact assessment Slides

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Tom Walley
NIHR / University of
Liverpool (UK)
NIHR: improving the health and wealth of the nation through research Slides

 

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Entela Xoxi
AIFA (IT)
AIFA : focus on registries  and non-commercial trials Slides

 

 

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Christoph Coch
KKS Bonn (DE)
Publicly funded trials in Germany and the role of the trial coordination centres (KKS network) Slides

 

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Maria-José
Vidal Ragout (EU)
The European Commission’s role in funding non-commercial trials Coming soon

 

published on 20-10-2016