#SCDM2019 Call for Abstracts is Now Closed

For any questions or assistance regarding a submission, please contact AnnualConference@scdm.org.

The 2019 Annual Conference Task Force invites the submission of abstracts under the following presentation formats:

  • Oral presentations [P] – the familiar presentation session consisting of three-four 20- to 25-minute speeches, followed by questions and discussion. Submissions will take the usual form of a description of the content of an eventual PowerPoint presentation.
  • Panel discussions [PD] – experts in the field, who share facts, offer opinions and respond to audience questions either through questions curated by the moderator or taken from the audience directly. Submissions should consist of a description of how you could participate in and contribute to the topic under discussion.
  • Roundtable presentations [RT] – extended discussion among a small group, the presenter will be giving and receiving targeted feedback, engaging in in-depth discussions, and meeting colleagues with similar interests. Submissions should consist of a description of how you could participate in and contribute to the topic under discussion.
  • Ignite sessions [I] – the session includes several 10-minute presentations on key challenges and solutions within the industry. Each presentation will have a maximum of 6 slides. The result is a fast-paced session that changes topics/ perspectives several times and will keep the audience on their toes. Submissions will take the usual form of a description of the content of an eventual PowerPoint presentation.
  • Storytelling Sessions [ST] – 2-3 case studies (15 minutes each) around the same scenario/ issue.Stories should be about 15 minutes long and 10 minutes should be provided for Q&A. The case studies should reflect the authentic experience of an individual, a team, or a community. Only real-life case studies will be accepted.
  • Poster presentations [PO] – structured as an academic presentation but with creative visuals of your research and/or organizational processes presented on a 4’ x 8’ poster board. Submissions should include a summary of background/ problem information, primary objectives of the work, methods used to obtain and analyze the data, results or findings from your work, with a discussion and conclusion that will help others in their work.

Submitters are invited to propose abstracts for the below mentioned session topics:

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  • Oral Presentations [P]
  • Panel Discussions [PD]
  • Roundtable Discussions [RT]
  • Ignite Presentations [I]
  • Storytelling Session [ST]
  • Poster Presentations [PO]

I

Technology Ignite – Spark the Future

Selected Shorts

Tell Me Something I Don’t Know – What Will Change Data Management the Most?

RT

Career inspiration and guidance from the C-suite

eSource Lessons Learned and Remaining Challenges Roundtable Discussion

P

Clinical Data Management 2022: A Glimpse into the Future

Intelligent Machines Take on Clinical Data Management

Developing Industry Best Practices and Metrics for Data from Wearables, Apps and Sensors

Hurdles and Promises of Zero-Site Trials – Embracing the Future through the Data Management Lenses

Data Integrity in the Age of eSource

The Merging of Data Management and Clinical Operations – Welcome to the Future

Better Together: Three Ways Sites and Sponsors are Collaborating using eSource and Data Exchange

Centralized Statistical Monitoring: New Tools and Implementations for DM Operations

An Agile Approach to Data Management: Improving the End-to-End Clinical Data Strategy

In a Patient-Centered Trial, Where do you Store all that Data?

Getting out of the Weeds – Using AI and Strategic Data Analysis Approaches to Monitor Studies

RBM Advancement in the Changing Clinical Research Paradigm – Where are we Headed to?

Bring Your Own Device – Paving the Way for True Patient Centricity

PD

Getting the Start-up Right for a Virtual Trial – Data Management Insights

Data Processes – Has Yours Jumped the Shark?

Gimmick or Game-Changer? What eSource Really Does to Clinical Trial Costs and Timelines

Advice from the Experts for the CDM Career for the Future

Measuring What Matters: KPIs for Data Quality, Speed, and Cost

Scaling Patient Centricity with Digitalization

Navigating the Dynamics and Challenges of “Clean” Interim Analyses – How to Hit a “Moving Target”

Real World Data to Real World Evidence – A Holistic View from Data Management perspective

Data Driven Innovation in Clinical Trials – Creating Value Chain through Digital Transformation

Digital Revolution in Healthcare and its Impact on Clinical Data Management