Welcome to the Abstract Submission Portal of the SCDM 2024 EMEA Conference
We are thrilled to announce that the SCDM 2024 EMEA Conference call for abstracts is now open!
The future is now. We are on the verge of a remarkable shift in Clinical Data Management. At EMEA 2024, we are exploring how embracing diversity can unlock the full potential of cross-functional collaboration and elevate clinical data management to new heights. In the ever-evolving world of healthcare, we recognise diversity as one of our core strengths and, together with colleagues from other departments, we discover strategies and best practices for seamless collaboration, resulting in better clinical data and patient outcomes.
The SCDM EMEA 2024 Conference co-chairs invite submissions from CDM professionals to be considered for speaking slots within the following sessions.
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AI + Cognitive Tech
- Welcome to the AI Uprising: How to Harness Generative AI for the Good of All Clinical Research
- Does DM speak statistics?
DCTs/Hybrids + Patient Journey
- Empowering Patients: Shifting from Tech-Centric to Patient-Centric DCTs
New Ways of Working + Process/Strategy Innovation
- It's Time to Elevate and Innovate - Reimagining Clinical Trial Execution
RBQM as a Holistic Clinical Trial Approach
- Synergizing Data Strategy and RBQM in Data Management: A Collaborative Imperative
Regulations + Standards
- How DM Practices Impact Downstream CDISC Requirements
Smart Change Management
- Championing Change: Mastering Agile and Change Managment Strategies for the Successful Adoption of Transformational Projects
The Human Behind Clinical Data Management
- Clinical Data Manager Testimonials
- Data Management as Leaders in DEI and Cultural Awareness: How we Can Fuel Global Collaboration, Build Healthy Organizations, and Meet the Needs of the Humans Behind CDM.
To discover more about the conference themes and speaking at the SCDM 2024 EMEA Conference we invite you to consult the abstract guidelines.
|Call for Abstracts
|Status notification to submitters