Come visit TSS in booth #60 at LogiPharma. Taking place on 9-11 April, LogiPharma is...
Arena International will host two events in Milan between 13-14 March. Presentations and discussions will be focused around topics such as how to design a functioning direct-to-patient (DtP) supply chain and whether blockchain is a buzzword or an actionable tool for disrupting operations.
Case study presentation by Novo Nordisk
TSS would especially like to highlight a case study presentation by Novo Nordisk on the subject of ‘Digitalisation and Deviation Handling of Temperature Data’, which will be held on 14 March 11:30am by Novo Nordisk’s project manager Ina Lewinsky and director of chemistry, manufacturing and controls (CMC) clinical supplies Kristian Touborg Himmelstrup.
The ‘Digitalization of Temperature Data’ talk will discuss:
- Increasing patient safety through automatic detection of temperature excursions, minimising dispense of temperature affected product
- Improving compliance by automatically storing temperature documentation
- Reducing handling time of temperature deviations for site staff, monitors and HQ
- Reducing risk of failed patient visits by ensuring excursions are concluded faster
Clinical Trial Supply
This year’s Clinical Trial Supply Europe 2019 aims to discuss, deliberate and debate the latest operational and technological challenges with regards to clinical trial supplies.
The agenda for Temperature Controlled Logistics in Biopharmaceuticals Europe will focus on providing a holistic approach to the pharmaceutical supply chain to ensure the quality, efficacy and safety of your products.
TSS hopes to see you in Milan in March, and please get in touch if you want more information or if you would like to book a meeting with the company during the event.
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