4th Clinical Regulatory Medical Writing Forum – 4th Clinical Regulatory Medical Writing Forum
Regulatory medical writers face quite the challenging prospect when preparing applications and documents for submission to global regulatory authorities. They must coordinate with various stakeholders to gather, organize and compile information on new products and processes, interpret the data from clinical trials, and present the findings in a clear and concise way. Their ability to communicate the results and outcomes of a product while maintaining a logical narrative and managing aggressive deadlines helps determine whether a new therapeutic or medical device is approved for commercialization.
The 4th Clinical Regulatory Medical Writing Forum is designed to provide attendees with the strategies and insights needed to efficiently compose clinical regulatory documents, manage in-house and external resources, effectively execute the writing process, and understand the recent developments in regulations.
Top Five Reasons to Attend
Discuss innovative ideas for improving collaboration between sponsors and vendors
Review process reengineering and change management strategies for implementing transparency initiatives
Explore the use of cost-effective tools and technologies to help improve the efficiency of document preparation
Leverage best practices for constructing narrative (safety) summaries for study reports
Hear about effective mentoring programs to recruit, train and hire medical writers
Who Should Attend
This conference is of interest to professionals from pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies who are involved in regulatory medical writing with the following job functions: