NEW YORK, Jan. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- As you set your calendar for 2018, we at ExL Events want to make sure you and yourcolleagues are aware of two unique learning opportunities that we have planned. These programs are sure to deliver the innovative process improvements your organization is looking to achieve in 2018.
The Central Monitoring Summit, convening on March 2223, 2018
Conference Co-Chairs:Lisa Berdan, PA, MHS, Executive Director, Global Megatrials, DUKE CLINICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTEKimberly Nessel, Director, Clinical Scientist CVM, THE JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON
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The Pharmacovigilance Audit and Inspections Conference, taking place on March 2627, 2018 in Philadelphia, PA, will address how leaders in the life science industry are creating risk management plans, and utilizing the latest innovative tools and technologies to effectively prepare and improve their PV audit and inspection processes. Our expert speaking faculty will provide tactics to ensure proper pharmacovigilance processes, procedures and requirements to enhance your organization's safety performance and reporting.
Conference Chairperson:Susan Welsh, Chief Safety Officer, CSL BEHRING
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Don't miss out on being part of a unique learning and networking opportunity. Register for these events and be sure to mention Discount Code EXLPR to receive 15% off standard registration rates.
For More Information, Contact: ExL Events Phone: +1 212-400-6240 Email: email@example.com
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