The new report, which examined the trends in alcohol use among 194 WHO member states, found Europe topped the list for the region with the best rate of alcohol usage per capita, although rate has remained steady in the last five years. Within the last half decade, alcohol use also remained unchanged in Africa and throughout the Americas. However, drinking increased in the South-East Asia and the Western Pacific parts of the world. The survey found alcohol-related mortality was more prevalent for men than ladies: 7.6 % of deaths among men versus 4 % of deaths among women worldwide were linked to excessive drinking. However, the authors of the report say alcohol misuse among women is on the rise.This event shall present a fresh and original perspective on improving the performance of clinical trials. It will be looking at enhancing efficiency when selecting clinical sites and managing an individual site’s performance. This event will be unique because additional events are all looking at the same broad, big picture, general, general, top-down, approach to improving clinical overall performance. The difference with this event is definitely that the meeting will be looking particularly at best practice at the average person site level and what you can do to maximize quality, increase affected individual recruitment and retention and save time at each solitary site. Assuming performance can be maximised at each individual site, then your overall global medical trial will be normally faster and more productive across all sites.