A Best Practice Guide to Clinical Trials Labeling

Sponsored by: PRISYM ID

Focused on:

  • Clinical
  • Trials

Date: 28 January


Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

Managing local language labeling and country specific requirements

Clinical trials are a global activity with clinical trial materials being shipped across many countries and many continents. For the sake of patient safety, the ability to control these materials’ labels at a global level is paramount. Labeling, booklets and single page leaflets must therefore be safely and accurately customized not only so that they are in the appropriate local languages, but also so they reflect country specific nuances; such as country specific designs and regulatory requirements.

Join us for ‘A Best Practice Guide to Clinical Trials Labeling’ on Wednesday, 28 January at 10:00 a.m. EST / 3:00 p.m. GMT. In this 60-minute, information-packed session, PRISYM ID explores the challenges involved in clinical trial local language labeling and country specific design.

Presented by

Vince Postill,

SVP Global Business Development, PRISYM ID

Vince Postill is responsible for business development via the channel at PRISYM ID, specializing in pharmaceutical and clinical trials. He has over 25 years’ experience within the Auto-ID market, delivering in both commercial and product development roles

Craig Jones,

VP Enterprise Sales Engineering, PRISYM ID

Craig Jones is the Vice President of Enterprise Sales Engineering for PRISYM ID with responsibility for understanding customer needs and industry challenges to drive solutions to improve efficiency, minimise risk, address regulatory requirements and provide new approaches to business systems and processes. Craig has 15 years of experience delivering validated label lifecycle management solutions to life science and healthcare industries including medical device, pharmaceutical and clinical trial organisations. His experience includes roles as an industry consultant, in IT management and as a senior manager for global technical support and professional services.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Gain an insight into the challenges of global clinical trials labeling
  • Understand how a label lifecycle management system can remove the complexities of local languages
  • Learn how to effectively manage source data for labels, booklets and single page leaflets
  • Discover best practice for managing country specific labeling


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  • Quality
  • Validation
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  • Head of Quality
  • Head of Technology
  • Head of Compliance
  • Director of Clinical Affairs
  • Validation professionals
  • IS/IT managers