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Event date: 11/05/2020 - 14/05/2020 Export event
Virtual Global Workshop
The workshop will include a mix of global and regional events and is open to participants from any eClinical Forum member company in any region.
The attached agenda outlines the content and timing of the 3-hour virtual sessions scheduled for each day and the following is a quick summary:
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Meeting Venue: Virtual
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About the Virtual Meeting
The eClinical Forum offers a unique, non-commercial networking environment to learn, exchange information and ideas, collaborate on shared initiatives and to influence the future.
This meeting is open to companies and organisations that are members of the eClinical Forum in any region.
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