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Event description

We are really excited to be planning our first EphMRA online conference in June!  It will take place in the week of 14th June, with the key dates being 15-17 June, so put the dates in your diary

The event will provide even more opportunity for colleagues to listen to outstanding content from across the globe, as they won't have to travel and it will also offer great networking, agency fair and sponsorship opportunities.  EphMRA is committed to creating an event which inspires, informs, energises and connects you and we are working hard to achieve this over the next few months.

We will be updating the conference website as new speakers are announced and the programme is developed further.  Please go to www.ephmraconference.org for all up to date information about developments as they happen.

If you have any questions about any aspect of the online conference, please contact either Bernadette Rogers, General Manager – [email protected] or Caroline Snowdon, Events Manager – [email protected]

We had some outstanding papers submitted by speakers for our conference in September and are now looking for some more inspiring papers to complete our sensational programme next June 

As always, we welcome submissions which show innovation and insights, that will engage, inspire and challenge our delegates online.

2020 was a challenging year for everyone but the industry pivoted almost overnight to adapt to the ‘new world’ and whilst there continue to be challenges ahead, the industry has risen to the challenge and has shown great resourcefulness and agility.

We are looking for new submissions on the following important topics.  Case studies especially with industry colleagues presenting are encouraged:

  1. Digital interactions resulting from COVID-19 – how can we, as an industry, engage effectively with doctors, patients and payers?
  2. Best practices in our ‘new’ world - What new techniques should we embrace now that face-to-face approaches are more difficult?
  3. Rare Diseases/Oncology – How have you overcome the challenges presented by researching rare diseases and cancer types?

Please submit your ideas using the submission form (https://www.ephmraconference.org/call-for-papers-2021/) by Monday 18th January 2021.  All submissions will be reviewed by the Programme Committee late January.  If successful at this stage, you will be invited to give a 5 minute ‘pitch’ to the committee in early February 2021.

The Venue

Flanders Meeting and Convention Center 

Antwerp

https://www.aroomwithazoo.com/en/

Location

Koningin Astridplein 20,
2018 Antwerpen,
Belgium

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