Online, (10/18/21 - 10/28/21)
The gold standard and best value in clinical research. 70+ sessions over eight days (11:00 AM-5:00 PM EDT, Oct. 18-21 & 25-28) in 10 tracks: clinical operations & project management, quality & risk management; site management; contracts; budgets & billing; regulatory compliance; management & professional skills; special topics; NEW patients & study participants; and NEW cell & gene therapies. Session recordings will be available during the conference and for the following two weeks. 180+ speakers with diverse expertise and backgrounds. 100+ continuing education contact hours (depending on type: CME, CNE, CCB, CLE, other).
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If you are a clinical research novice or veteran; with a study sponsor, research site, or CRO; in a corporate, academic or other organization; you will find a coherent and comprehensive program that focuses on your current needs for timely and practical information. MAGI sessions emphasize practical tips based on real-life examples, withObtain practical tips and professional contacts that can pay off in a matter of days. At the last MAGI conference, participants gathered an average of 10 practical tips to implement in their own organizations. Is a MAGI conference right for you? To find out, click here. Read article: "Does It Pay to Attend Clinical Research Conferences?" Download and adapt attendance approval request letter.
KEYNOTE: A Clinical Research Roadmap for the Next Five Years: A Panel Discussion
Jill Johnston - President, Study Planning & Site Optimization - WCG Clinical Services (moderator)
KEYNOTE: Equity and Justice in Clinical Research: Reframing the Narrative: A Panel Discussion
Quincy Byrdsong, EdD CIP CCRP - Vice Provost for Health Affairs - Lipscomb University (moderator)
KEYNOTE: Future Studies: How Leading Biopharmas are Reshaping Clinical Research: A Panel Discussion
Ros Cheetham, MSc - SVP Clinical Solutions and Strategic Partnerships - WCG Clinical Services (moderator)
KEYNOTE: The Misunderstood Study Participant: A Panel Discussion
Steve Smith - President, Patient Advocacy - WCG Clinical Services (moderator)
KEYNOTE: This Changes Everything: Rearchitecting the Clinical Research Enterprise: A Panel Discussion
Barbara Bierer, MD - Faculty Director - Brigham and Women's Hospital (moderator)
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