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REGISTRATION IS OPEN: eClinical Forum Hybrid Workshop, Darmstadt, Germany June 14-16, 2023

Darmstadt, Germany

  • 6 March 2023
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REGISTRATION IS OPEN: eClinical Forum Hybrid Workshop, Darmstadt, Germany June 14-16, 2023

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for our next European Workshop in Darmstadt Germany on June 14-16 hosted by eClinical Forum.

This hybrid workshop is available for face-to-face or remote participation.
Please note...  Not all of the sessions will be available for remote participation. Remote participation cannot replicate the experience of face-to-face participation and we encourage you to attend in person if you can.

We are developing an exciting agenda for the meeting and an outline is provided below. A more detailed agenda will be available soon.

We encourage you and your colleagues to REGISTER NOW for the sessions that you would like to attend in person or remotely (https://eclinicalforum.org/forms/hybrid-workshop-darmstadt-14-16-june-2023 ).
Please register your interest early for places at the face-to-face meeting as this space is limited. Space for the streamed sessions is not limited and you are welcome to participate from any region.

The workshop will take place at Welcome Hotels Darmstadt, Karolinenpl. 4, 64289 Darmstadt, Germany.
Accommodations is recommended at the venue hotel at a special rate of 149 Euros/night. Details of the recommended hotel, and how to benefit from an eClinical Forum discount, are available at the end of the registration form.

The venue is a short 20min taxi/train/bus to Darmstadt from Frankfurt Main International airport.

Please let us know if you want to suggest a topic or contribute to the agenda!

You may also want to consider registration for remote sessions of the Americas Workshop May 15-17, Hosted by Signant Health, Blue Bell, PA..

.Workshop Topics:

  • Best practices and trends in clinical research
  • The use of decentralized elements in Clinical Trials / site and patient experiences / regulatory expectations / data workflow
  • Decommissioning of computerized systems in clinical trials / Data formats used in clinical trials / Practical aspects of a distributed Trial Master File
  • Use of DHTs and AI/ML within Clinical Trials
  • Real World Evidence / regulatory discussions / use of external data sources
  • eCF Project Team achievements and deliverables
  • Emerging technologies… Chatbots, micro sampling
  • Break-out sessions / small group discussion
  • And, of course, evening networking events!



This meeting is open to organisations that are members of the eClinical Forum. 

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  • Government



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