Press Release updated: Oct 2, 2018 12:15 EDT

TORONTO, October 2, 2018 – Join this live webinar upcoming on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, at 10 a.m. EDT (3 p.m. BST/UK) to learn how to correctly classify clinical studies as interventional or non-interventional.

When speaking about interventional vs. non-interventional clinical study, the terminology used by methodologists and regulatory professionals differs, this can lead to confusion. Since misclassification can have a significant impact on study design and conduct, it’s important to find a common understanding between the terminology used to describe a study and the meaning behind those terms.

Featured speakers Stuart McCully, Ph.D. (UK), Vice President of Regulatory Advisory Services at RWLP and David Thompson, Ph.D., Sr. Vice President of Real World Evidence Advisory at Syneos Health will discuss how regulatory classification drives study start-up, operational requirements and the costs incurred. They will also discuss whether the use of technology and connected devices impact study classification.

For more information about this complimentary webinar visit: Interventional vs. Non-Interventional: Considerations for Correctly Classifying Your Clinical Trial.

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