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Cases and

webinars

IPHARMA continue to hold a series of webinars in order to provide information to the vast media audience on various aspects of clinical trials conduct.

Webinar "Possibilities of adaptive design implementation in clinical trial"

08.11.2017

 

Adaptive design is an innovative approach that allows to conduct clinical trials more efficiently (with fewer patients, in shorter terms) or to increase the likelihood of demonstrating the effect of the drug. In studies with adaptation, the possibility of modifying a design or hypothesis is preliminary planned based on an intermediate analysis of the obtained data.

Webinar "Integrated addendum to ICH E6 (R1): guideline on Good Clinical Practice E6 (R2)"

11.10.2017

 

The aim of the new addendum is introducing improved and more effective approaches to design development, clinical trials, monitoring of their progress, documentation and reporting, and standards for the maintenance of electronic documentation and mandatory documents.

Webinar "General considerations on clinical trials. EEU Guideline (based on ICH E8, ICH E1)"

20.09.2017

 

This guideline reveals general principles of the clinical study conduct, described in ICH E8, and provides recommendations for the extent of population exposure to assess clinical safety of the drugs intended for the long-term treatment of non-life-threatening diseases. ICH E1 is a tool for protecting a patient from serious and uncertain risks from a new (original) marketed product.

Efficacy and safety of novel russian non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor elsulfavirine in combination with tenofovir/emtricitabine

20.07.2017

 

The results of randomized multicenter partially blind comparative IPHARMA study of an elsulfavirine (ESV), non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI) of novel generation has been published in the journal "Infectious diseases" 2017, v. 15, №3.

Webinar "Clinical trials in diabetes: approaches to drug development and methods for effectiveness and safety evaluating"

14.06.2017

 

Currently diabetology is one of the most actively developing branches of medical science. Because there is high prevalence of diabetes among the world's population with serious problems and chronic complications. The development of new drugs for the treatment of diabetes needs in clinical trials. Studies in diabetology have a number of features, which we will discuss in our webinar.