Connect with us at MAGI’s Clinical Research Conference
The new, expanded MAGI program features 180+ speakers in 70+ sessions. MAGI sessions emphasize practical tips based on real-life examples, with lots of interaction. Learn more below.
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A Meeting that Matters...More Than Ever
Obtain practical tips and professional contacts that can pay off in a matter of days. At the last MAGI conference, participants gathered an average of 10 practical tips to implement in their own organizations.
If you are a clinical research novice or veteran; with a study sponsor, research site, or CRO; in a corporate, academic or other organization; you will find a coherent and comprehensive program that focuses on your current needs for timely and practical information. MAGI sessions emphasize practical tips based on real-life examples, with lots of interaction.
- 70 sessions over eight days in eight tracks: clinical operations & project management, quality & risk management; site management; contracts; budgets & billing; regulatory compliance; management & professional skills; working; and special topics.
- Session recordings will be available during the conference and for the following two weeks.
- 180 speakers with diverse expertise and backgrounds
- 70 continuing education contact hours (including CME, CNE, CCB and CLE).
WCG’s Spring 2021 MAGI Sessions
Monday April 26
11am-12pm (P150): KEYNOTE: How COVID-19 Has Relaunched Clinical Research: A Panel Discussion
12:30-01:30 (B471) Solving the Budget Conundrum in Unsettled Times: A Panel Discussion
12:30 – 01:30 (E613) The Evolving Site Landscape: A Panel Discussion
Tuesday April 27
11am-12pm (D538): New Times, New Solutions: Key Challenges for Small Sponsors: A Panel Discussion
11am-1:30pm (G781): Diversity & Inclusion in Clinical Research
2:30-5pm (G858): The Time Has Arrived: Patient Recruitment for Diversity & Inclusion
Wednesday April 28
2:30-5pm (B193): Budget Development & Negotiation for Investigative Sites
Thursday April 29
11am-1:30pm (C873): Hot Topics in Regulatory Compliance
2:30-3:30pm (B259): Medicare Coverage Analysis Out of the Ordinary
Monday May 3
1:30-2:30pm (G256): Are You Hearing Us? Are We Hearing You? A Panel Discussion
4-5pm (E294): How Should Sites Compensate & Contract with Investigators?
4-5pm (G787): Sticking Points in Decentralizing Clinical Trials: A Panel Discussion
Tuesday May 4
11am-12pm (B112): Sites Literally Can’t Wait to Get Paid
12:30-1:30pm (E707): Run Your Site Like a Business
Wednesday May 5
11am-12pm (E337): How Are Marketing & Business Development for Sites Changing? A Panel Discussion
Thursday May 6
11am-12pm (G786): Seamless, Paperless Clinical Research Studies