DIA Conference to Focus on Clinical Trial Disclosure and the Importance of Transparency
The DIA conference Clinical Trial Disclosure: Towards a More Transparent World will provide guidance on potential implications of the transparency of clinical trial information in registration, reporting and more.
HORSHAM, Pa (PRWEB) September 10, 2013
The DIA conference Clinical Trial Disclosure: Towards a More Transparent World will provide guidance on potential implications of the transparency of clinical trial information in registration, reporting and more. The meeting, to be held Oct. 1 to 2 in Bethesda, Md., will bring together academics, government regulators and patient advocates to provide key guidance on:
- Requirements for clinical trial disclosure in the United States and the European Union
- The interaction among medical writing, regulatory affairs and clinical trial disclosure to maintain consistency for protocol registration and the reporting of results
- The impact of greater transparency in clinical trial disclosure on industry and academia
- The advantages and implications of the availability of clinical trial disclosure databases
“The continuing proliferation of national and industry-sponsored registries leaves many sponsors considering disclosure strategy, developing operational measures and looking for efficient ways to manage dissemination of clinical trial protocol information. We are excited to bring together these leaders to discuss moving the needle in clinical trial disclosures,” said Susan Cantrell, director of DIA North America.
- Jarilyn Dupont, director of regulatory policy, Food and Drug Administration
- Mark Barnes, partner, Ropes & Gray LLP
- Chris Galvin, analyst, Office of Inspector General, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- Jessica B. Gilbart, president and CEO, DC/MD/VA Chapter, Lupus Foundation of America
- Christine Laine, M.D., editor, Annals of Internal Medicine, and senior vice president, American College of Physicians
- Joseph Solomon Ross, M.D., assistant professor of medicine (general medicine) and of public health (health policy), Yale School of Medicine
- Michael Krumenacker, M.D., publication compliance officer, Sanofi
To find out more about the event and to register, visit DIA’s website for Clinical Trial Disclosure: Towards a More Transparent World.
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