Horsham, PA (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
The DIA meeting, Data Monitoring Committees: Best Practices and Future Directions will be held November 29-30, in Washington, D.C., at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill, 400 New Jersey Ave. NW.
Meeting participants will discuss the evolving environment of Data Monitoring Committees (DMCs) and provide tools to navigate the changing pharmaceuticals data landscape. This meeting will explore the differing roles of DMCs and steering committees, and feature discussions on the capacities of DMCs for small and large companies. Participants will also discuss the proper role of DMCs within clinical trial infrastructure and the global nature of recruitment.
“As the role of DMCs evolves in the pharmaceutical environment, this meeting provides the essential groundwork for best practices for clinical trials as they move into a digital age,” said DIA Program Chairperson, Jonathan Seltzer, Applied Clinical Intelligence, LLC, President and CEO.
The first day theme will focus on “After a Decade of Guidance: Best Practices of Data Monitoring Committees” and the second day theme will focus on “The Future of Data Monitoring Committees in the World of Real Time Data and Risk Based Clinical Trials.” The meeting will also feature a joint session entitled The Role of DMC in Adaptive Designs with the co-located meeting, DIA Adaptive Designs in Clinical Trials: Overcoming Persistent Barriers.
Sessions will include:
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