It's official. The February 2nd Groundhog Day report has forecasted an early Spring! And we're excited to share updates on our upcoming 2020 initiatives. We've also added a new feature for our circle of supporters to announce their new patient education and engagement initiatives.
CISCRP hosts educational events to build clinical trial awareness and participation. To learn more about sponsoring an upcoming event contact us today.
CONFERENCES & SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
Jasmine Benger will be attending and presenting at the 11th Annual SCOPEConference, February 18-21, 2020, Hyatt Regency Orlando, Orlando, FL. Jasmine’s presentation is titled “Clinical Trials from the Patient Perspective: What Matters Most?”.
Joan Chambers will be attending the Rare Disease Day at PRA Health Sciences, February 28th, in Bluebell PA and facilitating a roundtable discussion on Clinical Trial Literacy and Diversity in Clinical Research.
Annick deBruin will be attending and presenting at MAPS Annual Meeting, March 8-11, Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami, FL. Annick’s presentation is titled “Beyond Patient Centricity – True Patient Partnership in the Pharmaceutical Industry”.
Ken Getz will be attending the 7th Annual Patients as Partners US Conference, March 16-17th, 2020 in Philadelphia, PA. He will be presenting the annual keynote address, “New Data on Patient Preferences and Experiences to Inform Patient Engagement Strategies and Tactics”.
Joan Chambers will be attending and moderating a panel discussion at CHI Clinical Trial Innovation Summit, April 6-8, 2020, Hyatt Regency, Cambridge, MA. The panel discussion is titled “Impact of Technology on Rare Disease Research, Engagement and Retention (Lessons Learned BEYOND Rare Disease)”.
Our extensive library of educational resources includes a variety of brochures that provide important information and answers to common questions posed by study volunteers and their loved ones. They are available in multiple languages and can be customized with company logos.