FALLS CHURCH, Va., Oct. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- 13th Annual FDA Inspections Summit: **Presented by FDAnews**
Drug and device makers and clinical trial operators flock to Washington each year for the FDA Inspections Summit. Many people can't be in Washington in October due to deadlines, family, budgets, etc.
But there is no need to miss out, because there is an alternative.
The entire conference, including standout pre-conference workshops, is available in real time via livestreaming.
Livestreaming saves time, no travel hassles and money too. Livestream registration is a fraction of live-attendance rates, plus manufacturers gain flexibility to mix and match. Choose the full Summit; add a pre-conference workshop; or just opt for a pre-conference workshop alone.
The Inspections Summit features top FDAers disclosing changes they intend to make; inspectors revealing how their marching orders are changing; lawyers, consultants and wise-men-and-women who devote their professional lives to guiding and protecting FDA-regulated clients; and industry colleagues who've mastered compliance at the cutting edge.
The pre-conference workshops are filled with tips and tricks to help pass the next inspection. There's three workshops to choose from one for drugmakers, one for devicemakers and another for clinical trials.
So plan to attend, whether in person or virtually. With the livestream option, there's no reason not to.
Who Will Benefit:
Conference Details 13th Annual FDA Inspections Summit: **Presented by FDAnews** Oct. 23-25, 2018 – Bethesda, MD http://www.fdanews.com/fdainspectionssummit
Tuition: Livestreaming Registration: Complete Summit $1,497 In-person Registration: Complete Summit $1,997 Additional pricing options are available online.
Easy Ways to Register: Online: http://www.fdanews.com/fdainspectionssummit By phone: 888-838-5578 or 703-538-7600
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