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GO About the Clinical Forum

A big thank you to all participants of the
7th Annual Clinical Forum

Rebooting Clinical Development
Dublin, Ireland | 8-9 October 2013

Here are some impressions from the conference.

The Gathering Ireland 2013  Failte Ireland               Meet in Ireland

GO Medical Information Theme

Medical Information and Communications

The European Medical Information and Communication conference takes place every year as part of the Annual DIA Clinical Forum. We are now in the 7th year of this unique meeting organised by medical information professionals specifically for medical information professionals. Each year, speakers share hands-on experience with current challenges as well as successes in medical information departments. Participants are encouraged to take part in workshops and discussions within the sessions. 

This year, we will be discussing current topics, e.g. the value of Medical Information within your organisation, how technology and social media are influencing MI, how harmonised MI needs to be in view of globalisation, and many more.

More information will be available in the Advance Programme, published at the end of May. 

pdf  Download Advance Programme 

GO Meeting Programme

New in 2013!

The Clinical Forum programme features two full days of workshops and sessions with five themes:
Theme 1 | Clinical operations

Estrella Garcia, Head of Global Clinical Operations, Almirall S.A., Spain

Theme 2 | Technical operations
Julianne Hull, CEO, WenStar Enterprises, UK

Theme 3 | Medical affairs
Heike Schön, Managing Director, LUMIS International, Germany

Theme 4 | Medical information
Aaron Cockell, Medical Information Regional Director, EMEA, Pfizer Inc., UK

Theme 5 | Medical writing
Mary Gardner Stewart, Divisional Director, Medical Documentation, H. Lundbeck A/S, Denmark

Pre-conference Workshops are in development for Monday, 7 October 14:00 – 17:30.
Watch this web space for programme highlights and more details!

GO Registration Fees

Registration Now Open!

Group Discounts Available – Send 3 participants and the 4th is free!

GO Exhibition

Reach your ideal target audience at the Clinical Forum 2013 in Dublin!

Showcase your company’s products and services to more than 400 medicines development professionals at the Clinical Forum 2013 in Dublin.
Sign up now to be sure of the space of your choice!

All conference breaks and receptions will take place in the single, open area exhibition hall. Space is reserved on a first come first served basis.

New in 2013: Flexible exhibiting opportunities including Mini-Booths and a Table-top Village. Make use of attractive upgrade and hosting opportunities.

GO Networking

The Clinical Forum is the ideal opportunity to connect face to face with your colleagues from the DIA Communities (formerly known as SIACs). Visit the DIA Booth to find out more about how to get involved, about networking opportunities within DIA to get to know specialists you wouldn’t normally meet.
Twitter   Tweet about your attendance, your session, your booth, or your experience with past meetings using #DIA_CF and @DIA_Europe

GO Students and Young Professionals

The Call for Fellowship Applications (Students, Young Professionals, and Patient Representatives) is now closed.

The deadline for submissions was on Friday, 9 August 2013. We are currently reviewing all applications. Applicants will be notified by week of 19 August 2013.
A pre-conference workshop specifically for students and young professionals is in development for Monday afternoon, 7 October 2013. Details of the full conference programme will be published soon.
DIA is offering a special registration rate of only €150.00 for full-time students (proof of student status required), and also a reduced rate of €798.00 for Young Professionals. Contact for details and to register.
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