Thought Leadership

Journal Article
The upheaval wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic has had a silver lining for researchers and participants in decentralized clinical trials (DCTs), giving rise to a transformational philosophy more attuned to the needs of the patient.
Journal Article
With both the cost and time to bring a drug to market ballooning, the importance of an integrated product development (IPD) strategy is gaining traction. This multidisciplinary approach to drug development brings key stakeholders together, breaking down barriers to an e!cient and cost-e”ective path to market. But while more organisations are adopting an IPD strategy, a recent industry survey found most aren’t doing so early enough. Frédéric Pailloux, Senior Director, Head of Integrated Product Development and Consulting at PharmaLex examines the IPD journey.
Journal Article
After nearly six months of war, life for patients in Ukraine continues to get harder. The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that people’s health has been imperiled by difficulty in accessing emergency care and essential medicines. Dr. Hans Henri P. Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, noted that there had been more than 260 verified attacks on healthcare in Ukraine by early June, resulting in some health facilities being destroyed and others struggling to cope with people seeking care from trauma and injuries.
White Paper
Integrated product development (IPD) is a strategy that promotes the integration of multidisciplinary teams as part of the development process. It leverages a holistic approach to achieve key objectives of improved efficiencies, shortened timelines and reduced costs in bringing a product to market succeeding by involving all functional team members early in the development process.
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