ORGANISING COMMITTEE

 

The force behind NCCR
NCCR 2017 is supported by the Clinical Research Centre (CRC), a Ministry of Health research institute.

 

Why is the CRC supporting the NCCR?
The Ministry of Health (MOH) is serious about putting Malaysia on the clinical research map with a multipronged approach to aggressively promote the country as a regional clinical trials hub. The MOH, through its CRC supports the National Conference on Clinical Research as it is a forum that brings together clinical investigators, industry professionals, regulatory agencies and policy makers to address the need for knowledgeable and skilled professionals to achieve this aim. The conference and training workshops will fulfill a growing need for human capital equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills that will give Malaysia that competitive edge.

For more information on CRC, visit www.crc.gov.my

NCCR 2017 is organised by the Association of Clinical Registries Malaysia (ACRM) and Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM), event organised by CReST EvendZ Sdn Bhd.

The ACRM (Association of Clinical Registries, Malaysia) was established for the purpose of facilitating the set up and maintenance of clinical registries and databases in the country. Its functions also include providing a forum to discuss issues arising from the implementation of clinical registries and promote communication and collaboration among clinicians, clinical epidemiologists and researchers, clinical IT professionals and healthcare managers on clinical registry related issues.

For more information on ACRM, visit www.acrm.org.my

 

Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) is a non-profit company wholly owned by the Government of Malaysia’s Ministry of Health. CRM was established in June 2012 to position Malaysia as a preferred global destination for industry-sponsored research (ISR) and to function as an enabler and facilitator to the industry and medical fraternity for the conduct of clinical trials.

By working with other stakeholders, CRM strives to improve the local ecosystem to support growth in ISR, facilitate the needs and requirements of industry players, grow the pool of capable investigators, support staff and trial sites, and improve their capabilities and capacities to conduct ISR.

With the Ministry of Health’s backing and clear knowledge of the local research environment, CRM is able to provide sponsors (primarily from the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries) and contract research organizations (CRO) with an extensive range of services that includes feasibility studies, investigator selection, placement and development of study coordinators, management of trial budget, review of clinical trial agreements and updates on local laws, guidelines and regulations. CRM also undertakes marketing and promotional activities to build industry awareness about the opportunities for ISR in Malaysia, and create public and patient awareness of clinical trials.

For more information on CRM, visit www.clinicalresearch.my

 

CReST EvendZ offers courses for budding researchers/healthcare professionals keen to expand their skills, proposes tailor-made training strategies and manages medical events for healthcare organisations, research institutions, medical societies or pharmaceutical companies. CReST EvendZ organises professional development training courses and events in several niche areas including clinical research, research ethics and regulation, pharmaceutical medicine and medical device, clinical epidemiology and registry, biostatistics & health economics.

For more information on CReST EvendZ, visit www.crestevendz.com.my

 

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    Suite 1706 Level 17, Lobby 1
    Block A, Damansara Intan,
    No.1, Jalan SS 20/27
    47400 Petaling Jaya
    Selangor, Malaysia.

    Tel: +603 - 7726 8000
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    Email: confsec@crestevendz.com.my