DIA 10th European Medical Information & Communications 29-30 November 2016, Berlin Germany

PrimeVigilance is pleased to share the news that Andrew Harbrow, our Global Medical Services Manager, has been invited to speak at the DIA 10th European Medical Information & Communications taking place on November 29-30, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Andrew will be speaking on the 30th of November 2016 at 2pm during the “Outsourcing & Insourcing of Medical Information” session about “Best practices when outsourcing Medical Information”.

For more information please contact us at info@primevigilance.com.

About 10th European Medical Information and Communications Conference and Exhibition

“The only European forum dedicated to medical information and communications, organised by medical information and communications professionals”


This is a unique meeting organised by medical information professionals for medical information professionals. Each year, speakers share hands-on experience dealing with current challenges as well as successes in medical information departments. Participants are encouraged to take part in the interactive workshop sessions and discussions happening throughout the conference. This conference is the one and only European forum dedicated to medical information and communications, making it the premier opportunity to network, exchange learnings, and share best practices.

Key Topics:

Moving from traditional phone- and email-based channels to innovative digital channels to disseminate medical information
Examples of successes in digital presented by the most advanced players
Comparison between pharmaceuticals and medical devices – can the same strategies be used, or is a different approach needed?
Regulatory and legal issues: developments since the rejection of Safe Harbor – what’s the impact of the new data privacy rules in Europe (Data privacy shield)
How to optimise collaboration between MSL and MedInfo roles
Effects of globalisation on different roles? How much localisation and how much globalisation is suitable?

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