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2-Day Seminar: Injectable Drug Delivery (London, United Kingdom - March 28-29, 2019) - ResearchAndMarkets.com

January 23, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 23, 2019--The “Injectable Drug Delivery” conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global injectable drug delivery market continues to grow and technology is advancing. This, coupled with the ever-changing regulatory requirements, means that it is imperative for companies to stay abreast of the latest developments and challenges within the industry in order to remain compliant, as well as gaining a competitive edge.

This seminar has been designed for all those working in the industry to discover the next generation of injectable drugs and devices and get an update on the latest trends, technologies and applications. Attending this event will provide a great opportunity to network with industry leaders, as well as like-minded professionals, to share common experience and best practice.

Benefits in attending:

Hear the latest trends in injectable drug delivery Know what’s in development for large volume and patch pump technology Keep abreast of market opportunities Understand the latest technologies using parenteral methods Clarify the importance of human factor studies and compliance monitoring Comply with the latest regulatory guidance and standards Meet other medical device and pharmaceutical professionals in the parenteral market

Agenda

Programme Day One

Chair’s welcome and introduction The evolving market for self-injection devices, differentiation through patient-friendly drug delivery devices Assessing injection site pain Discussion session Challenges with high-volume and high-viscous drug formulations Developing delivery solutions for advanced biologics Discussion session Pre-filled syringes over time Using polymeric PDC technology to improve auto-injector design Discussion session Connected needle-free drug delivery - innovative technology to differentiate your brand Networking drinks reception

Programme Day Two

Review of day one Demand for large volume injectors for 2-10 ml injection volumes Challenges of medical delivery in acute and chronic care settings - implications for delivery design Discussion session From the treatment chair to the sofa - innovative concept for wearable injection Update on the Ominpod device Discussion session The EU regulatory framework for injectable delivery systems Planned changes to the 11608 series of ISO standards and their implications on device design Chair’s closing remarks End of seminar and refreshments

For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5l93p4/2day_seminar?w=4

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