A Meeting that Matters… More Than Ever
Obtain practical tips and professional contacts that will pay for the conference in a matter of days. At the last WCG MAGI conference, participants gathered an average of 10 practical tips to implement in their own organizations.
Practical Clinical Research Tips for All Levels
If you are a clinical research novice or veteran — with a study sponsor — research site or CRO — in a corporate, academic or other organization — you will find a coherent and comprehensive program that focuses on your current needs for applicable information. With more than 70 sessions over four days the WCG MAGI Clinical Research Conference emphasizes practical tips based on real-life examples, with lots of interaction.
Choose from more than 70 sessions offering practical intelligence you can put to use in your work right away. You’ll get best practices and actionable information you can use to Ignite Change in your clinical research, with:
- Exciting New Sessions
We’re planning fresh sessions on the topics you want the most. While these are still works in progress, think: the FDA’s changes for protecting research participants and how to prepare … must-know aspects of pre-approval access to investigational therapies … incorporating patient voices into drug development … even an interactive ethics session based on Star Trek: The Next Generation!
- “The Innovation Challenge”
First rolled out at WCG MAGI West in October, this fun — and valuable — session has people presenting the inventive ideas they’ve come up with related to clinical trial site efficiency, increased performance or quality improvement. Big or small, simple or more complex, share the game-changing solution you’ve worked out. Finalists will present live and receive benefits including media attention and becoming a member of the WCG MAGI conference faculty, which includes free conference registration. What innovation will you present?
- Popular Pre-Conference Sessions (They’re Back!)
You asked for it, so we’re bringing back our popular pre-conference sessions, including good clinical practice (GCP) training for those new to clinical research, need re-accreditation or want a thorough refresher. (Part of the TransCelerate Mutual Recognition Program!) Other pre-conference sessions tackle research fundamentals and dissecting clinical trial agreements.