2018 Sponsors

The ACDM are delighted to announce that the following organisations are to be sponsors of the 2018 ACDM Annual Conference. If you would like to become a sponsor or find out more information then please click here


Sponsor Type: Premier Sponsor

Brookwood is in its 32nd year and is well known as a provider of global clinical research training, both online and face to face. At this conference we will be showcasing our brand new online, on demand data management training module together with our new book, A Guide to GCP for Clinical Data Management. The book and training cover the key ICH GCP E6(R2) requirements relevant to members of the data management team. They also provides valuable practical advice gained from the author’s extensive experience in this field. Come and see us and find out more at our exhibition stand. You can even ask for online access to evaluate the course.

Brookwood’s well known online narrated Essential GCP training for both sponsors and investigators  is available in 11 languages – it meets TransCelerate minimum requirements for the mutual recognition of GCP training for investigators and has been passed by over 30,000 users globally.

Canary specialises in producing books, newsletters and teaching aids to facilitate global regulatory compliance, particularly good clinical practice (GCP) and Pharmacovigilance (PV).

E: info@brookoodacademy.org
W: http://www.brookwoodacademy.org


Manchester Academic Health Science Centre, Clinical Trials Co-ordination Unit (MAHSC CTU)

Sponsor Type: Other Sponsor: Notebook Sponsor

Manchester Academic Health Science Centre (MAHSC) is a partnership between The University of Manchester and six NHS organisations, uniting leading healthcare providers with world-class academics and researchers. Our NHS partners are some of the most highly rated in the country, and The University of Manchester is in the top three UK research universities (RAE 2008).

We share a common goal of providing patients and clinicians with rapid access to the latest discoveries, and improving the quality and effectiveness of patient care.Our partnership, established in 2009, is at the heart of an extraordinary cluster of enterprise and discovery in the North of England.Through extensive local, national and global collaborations, MAHSC is becoming a major biomedical and health hub, providing clinical and research leadership and helping healthcare organisations to reap the benefits of research and innovation to drive improvements in care.

Our public and patient membership organisation Friends of MAHSC ensures that the population of Greater Manchester and beyond inputs into our pioneering work in research, education and clinical care.

E: MAHSCCTUSupportRequests@christie.nhs.uk
W: http://www.mahsc.ac.uk/