Join N-SIDE at the Clinical Trial Supply Forum 2021!

Join N-SIDE at the Clinical Trial Supply Forum for 2 days rich of interactive presentations and discussions about the latest industry hot topics. WHEN? 25-26 MAY WHERE? This a virtual event Don’t miss Amaury Jeandrain and Pauline Deplasse’s presentation on DAY 1 at 2:50 PM (CET): “Accelerate time to market with end-to-end clinical supply chain […]

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Connect with N-SIDE at SCOPE Virtual Summit 2021

N-SIDE is attending SCOPE Virtual Summit for Clinical Ops Executives. SCOPE conference is an opportunity for leaders from large, mid-sized, and small pharma, specialty pharma, biotech, vendor companies, advocacy organizations and academic research centers to come together to share best practices and discuss the new era of analytics-driven and patient-centric trials. The conference’s program is […]

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Join N-SIDE and EMD Serono at Arena International’s Clinical Trial Supply USA 2021!

Don’t miss the co-presentation by N-SIDE and EMD Serono at Arena’s Clinical Trial Supply USA 2021 – Virtual Conference! WHEN? May 11, 2021 WHERE? This is an Online Event Join N-SIDE’s Life Sciences Senior Consultant Rita Meirinhos co-presenting with Fan Feng, Associate Director Clinical Trial Supply, Merck Healthcare KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, on the topic: “How […]

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Join N-SIDE at Arena International’s Clinical Trial Supply Roundtable Forum 2021!

Don’t miss the Roundtable discussion led by N-SIDE at Arena’s Clinical Trial Supply Roundtable Forum 2021.  WHEN? 30 March – 11 AM EST (5 PM CET) WHERE? This is an Online Event N-SIDE’s Life Sciences Senior Expert Cyrille Lefèvre and N-SIDE’s Head of Life Sciences Solutions Adoption, Amaury Jeandrain, will be leading the Roundtable discussion:  “Identifying […]

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Overage as an output in clinical trial supply management

One of the most challenging elements in clinical trial supply management is planning correctly for buffer stock or overage. Since randomized clinical trials are inherently uncertain when it comes to patient demand, buffer stock is necessary to ensure that the right medications are on-site for patient dispensing. However, when buffers are not consumed within the […]

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