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2019 Programme

ACDM19 Programme

The Association for Clinical Data Management is delighted to announce the full programme for ACDM19, the 2019 ACDM Annual Conference to be held from the 11th to the 12th March 2019 in Amsterdam.

Please click on the session titles for further information on the speakers. 

Day 1: Monday 11th March 2019
11:00 – 12:00 Registration & Exhibition 
12:00 – 13:00 Welcome and Plenary Session

Portal of medical data models: best practice sharing in clinical research
Prof. Dr. Martin Dugas, University of Munster, Germany

Session Chair: Ian Pinto, Roche

13:00 – 14:10 Lunch & Exhibition 
14:10 – 15:20 Plenary Session

Using mobile sensors in clinical trials to support labelling claims
Bill Byrom, CRF Health

Research reveals data quality issues slow clinical trial progression – What can you do to prevent this?
Srinivas Karri, Oracle Health Sciences

Session Chair: Hanneke Lankheet, Danone Nutricia Research

15:20 – 16:00 Break and Exhibition 
16:00 – 17:00 Plenary Session 

GDPR: lessons learned 10 months after – impacts for the role of the Data Managers
Bertrand Le Bourgeois, PharMarketing

Rebalancing The Pendulum: Rethinking the Big Pharma Sourcing Strategy
Ashley Howard & Andrew Green, Pfizer

Session Chair: Ian Pinto, Roche

17:00 – 17:30 ACDM AGM

Annual General Meeting of the Association for Clinical Data Management

Chair: Ian Pinto, Roche

17:30 Close
19:00 Evening Event
Day 2: Tuesday 12th March 2019
9:00 – 10:55 Plenary Session 

Inspection findings
Andy Fisher, MHRA

Data management’s role in multi stream data capture
Kirsty Millar, Phastar

The good, the bad and the ugly: defining KPIs to measure the quality of clinical data management in ongoing clinical trials
Jasmijn Van Camp, Kelly Services Outsourcing and Consulting Group NV

Session Chair: Bertrand Le Bourgeois, Pharmarketing

10:55 – 11:35 Break & Exhibition 
11:35 – 12:25 Parallel Sessions 

Parallel Session 1

Extending Data Management oversight in the RBM world
Rich Davies, CluePoints

Data visualization in a risk – based approach to support decision making
Joke De Wever and Benjamin Devriendt, Business & Decision Life Sciences

Session Chair: Ali Roskell, University of Manchester

Parallel Session 2

AI meets GDPR
Marcus Schwabedissen, Q-FINITY

Utilising artificial intelligence in medical coding
Caroline Halsey & Rudolf Coetzee, Perficient

Session Chair: Nicola Griffiths, Syne Qua Non

12:25 – 13:35 Lunch & Exhibition 
13:35 – 14:25 Parallel Sessions

Parallel Session 3

Improving efficiency and effectiveness in clinical data management of oncology studies, a 4 1/2 pronged approach
Viviana Escruceria Rodriguez & Maria Craze, Merck Sharp & Dohme

Non-interventional studies and data management
Mr. Abhishek Banerjee, Tata Consultancy Services

Session Chair: Marketa Mannering, PRA

Parallel Session 4

Are you ready for the new WHODrug formats?
Kim Rejndrup, OmniComm Systems, Inc.

A novel approach to protocol deviation handling within the eCRF
Lorena Rodriguez Santaren,TFS

Session Chair: Jo Marshall, CROS NT

14:25 – 15:05 Break & Exhibition 
15:05 – 16:15 Plenary Session & closing Remarks 

The changing role of academic data management units
Rudy Scholte, Amsterdam UMC

BYOD, the gateway to patient centricity
Steph Meleck & Rob Nichols, uMotif

Session Chair: Ian Pinto, Roche

16:15 – 16:20 Close of ACDM19