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Best Practices for Preparing and Disseminating Regulatory and Medical Communications

September 10-12, 2019
  • Philadelphia, PA

CBI’s Annual Medical Writing & Plain Language Summaries Summit convenes industry thought leaders as well as regulatory, medical communications and plain language summaries writers together as a community to exchange best practices, learn about innovations in medical writing strategy and staying on the pulse of industry trends and regulatory updates. The conference covers case studies for health literacy advancement, producing lay summaries that add meaningful value to the patient experience, ways to maintain compliance with changing standards and much more. Join colleagues and expert speakers to stay ahead of the curve and gain key takeaways.

BENEFIT FROM COMPELLING CONTENT AND EXPERT-LED DISCUSSIONS, INCLUDING:

  • Strategies for successful lean writing, project management
    and team collaboration
  • Best practices for writing and providing pediatric lay summaries
  • Challenges of reporting out on complex clinical trials and outcomes data
  • Patient’s perspective on lay summaries and more
  • Opportunities for A.I., machine learning and emerging technology to advance medical writing
  • Discuss the importance of health literacy and how it’s being incorporated into different aspects of clinical trials

See You There!

Download the Conference Preview

PLUS, this year’s Medical Writers & Plain Language Summaries Summit will be co-located with CBI’s 15th Annual Medical Publications and Communications Forum to allow for more robust networking opportunities, expansive industry benchmarking and additional content sessions. To learn how these two meetings can advance you and your organization in 2019 and beyond, contact
Stuart Steller at 339-298-2158 and [email protected].

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Previous Attendee Acclaim:

Excellent conference — expert insight from
leaders in patient communications.

Chief Operating Officer, Oxford PharmaGenesis

It was a well-organized and informative conference.

Director, Clinical Trial Information Disclosure, Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.

I'm always impressed with sponsors' willingness to share best practices in the development of their lay summaries processes;
it provides such great learnings for those in attendance at varying stages of their implementation.

Senior Director, Patient Engagement, CISCRP

Useful and intentional space to discuss common goal of effective plain language communication and stay abreast
of industry standards/regulatory guidance.

Anonymous

I found the interactive sessions most engaging and informative, allowing the participants to gauge the level of preparedness across industry and to zoom in in common problems.

Associate Director, Regulatory Medical Writing, Johnson and Johnson

I find this conference invaluable and hope that we continue to hold it each year. It is amazing how willing everyone is to share lessons learned and what they are working on to improve
their plain language summary program as well as
expand their patient communications.

Operational Excellence Expert, Novartis Pharmaceuticals

Medical Writing & Plain Language Summaries Summit

Best Practices for Preparing and Disseminating Regulatory and Medical Communications

CBI’s Annual Medical Writing & Plain Language Summaries Summit convenes industry thought leaders as well as regulatory, medical communications and plain language summaries writers together as a community to exchange best practices, learn about innovations in medical writing strategy and staying on the pulse of industry trends and regulatory updates. The conference covers case studies for health literacy advancement, producing lay summaries that add meaningful value to the patient experience, ways to maintain compliance with changing standards and much more. Join colleagues and expert speakers to stay ahead of the curve and gain key takeaways.

BENEFIT FROM COMPELLING CONTENT AND EXPERT-LED DISCUSSIONS, INCLUDING:

  • Strategies for successful lean writing, project management
    and team collaboration
  • Best practices for writing and providing pediatric lay summaries
  • Challenges of reporting out on complex clinical trials and outcomes data
  • Patient’s perspective on lay summaries and more
  • Opportunities for A.I., machine learning and emerging technology to advance medical writing
  • Discuss the importance of health literacy and how it’s being incorporated into different aspects of clinical trials

See You There!

Download the Conference Preview

PLUS, this year’s Medical Writers & Plain Language Summaries Summit will be co-located with CBI’s 15th Annual Medical Publications and Communications Forum to allow for more robust networking opportunities, expansive industry benchmarking and additional content sessions. To learn how these two meetings can advance you and your organization in 2019 and beyond, contact
Stuart Steller at 339-298-2158 and [email protected].

15th Annual Medical Publications and Communications Forum promo banner

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

Excellent conference — expert insight from
leaders in patient communications.

Chief Operating Officer, Oxford PharmaGenesis

It was a well-organized and informative conference.

Director, Clinical Trial Information Disclosure, Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.

I'm always impressed with sponsors' willingness to share best practices in the development of their lay summaries processes;
it provides such great learnings for those in attendance at varying stages of their implementation.

Senior Director, Patient Engagement, CISCRP

Useful and intentional space to discuss common goal of effective plain language communication and stay abreast
of industry standards/regulatory guidance.

Anonymous

I found the interactive sessions most engaging and informative, allowing the participants to gauge the level of preparedness across industry and to zoom in in common problems.

Associate Director, Regulatory Medical Writing, Johnson and Johnson

I find this conference invaluable and hope that we continue to hold it each year. It is amazing how willing everyone is to share lessons learned and what they are working on to improve
their plain language summary program as well as
expand their patient communications.

Operational Excellence Expert, Novartis Pharmaceuticals