Beerse, Belgium

28th November 2017

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Theme:

Bringing the Value to Patients: A Data-quality Perspective

 

Description:

Clinical research is about generating information to support decision making while guarding subject safety and ethical treatment. The data should be sufficient quality to support good decision-making to maximise the potential impact of research for patients and the public. Advancements and innovations in early data access, efficient data quality control and risk-based quality management are crucial in assuring reliability of trial results and, ultimately, the wellbeing and safety of trial subjects.


This event aims to attract inspiring speakers and leading industry experts in the field of data management, risk based monitoring and other relevant areas to share knowledge and best practices and discuss future developments.

 

Location:

J&J Offices

Beerse, Belgium

 

Agenda:

Agenda to be announced soon.

Catering and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.

 

SDE Chairs:

Heidi Curinckx, J&J

Kris Lauwers, J&J

If you have any questions, or require any information, please contact the SDE Co-Chair.

 

Sponsors:

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Hotels:

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