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Regulatory Submissions, Information, and Document Management Forum Call for Abstracts

2/8/2021 7:00:00 AM - 2/10/2021 3:00:00 PM

Call for Session, Presentation, and Short Course Abstracts

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Abstract Submission Deadline: Friday, August 14

Notification: Week of September 22

Final PowerPoint Presentations Due: January 18, 2021

Forum Dates: February 8-10, 2021

Location: North Bethesda, Maryland

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Are you a Professional involved in regulatory informatics and data, intelligence, electronic submissions, or document management? If so, DIA wants to hear from YOU!

The Regulatory Submissions, Information, and Document Management (RSIDM) Forum will cover topics crossing all areas of regulatory information management, separated into four tracks: Electronic Regulatory Submissions (ERS), Regulatory Informatics for Business and Technology, and Electronic Document Management (EDM). Suggested topics can be found in the Abstract Details.

If your topic is relevant to more than one track, please indicate that in your abstract summary as cross-track sessions are available.

Can’t join us live? Not a problem! Virtual presentations will also be considered so please feel free to submit. The RSIDM Program Committee is seeking proposals for Sessions, Presentations, and Short Courses on the following topics (keep in mind, business use cases and lessons learned are encouraged in all topic areas):

  • Regulatory Informatics: NEW FOCUS (formerly known as Regulatory Information Management - RIM)
  • Electronic Regulatory Submissions (ERS)
  • Electronic Document Management (EDM)

What do each of the abstracts entail?

Session Abstract

A session abstract is a 75-minute total session. The abstract author will work with the assigned Session Chair to coordinate efforts in recruiting speakers (a maximum of 3).

Presentation Abstract

A presentation abstract is a 15-20 minute presentation covering a specific topic area, bundled together with other presentation abstracts to create a session. Abstract author is considered the speaker.

Short Course (Half Day) Abstract

A Short Course is a "hands-on", interactive learning experience for a group of 10-30. A Half Day Short Course consists of 3 hours and 15 minutes of instruction. Abstract author is considered the lead instructor and will be responsible for recruiting any needed co-instructors and managing the facilitation of the course.

Abstract Details and Guidelines