DIA is preparing both a live in-person and a live-stream virtual option for the Medical Information and Communications Conference. Upon registration, please indicate via the check box which avenue are you registering for: in-person or virtual.
The DIA Medical Information and Communications Conference is designed by medical information professionals, building on a long series of successful past editions. In this conference, we will leverage learnings on how to improve customers' experience as they engage with pharma/biotech companies via various touchpoints. We will also explore when and how to successfully partner with suppliers.
Join medical information professionals and other experts in the field across many sessions, filled with workshops and interactive discussions that will benefit greatly from your active involvement. Together, we will explore:
- How evolving business, regulatory and legal requirements impact our daily practice
- You will gain insights on how digital technologies impact information delivery and customer interactions
- And how automation, digital developments and real-world evidence may be used to enhance communications with customers, while respecting all relevant guidelines.
What can you expect from attending this conference?
- Share your experiences, discover best practices and learn from others
- Pragmatic and open discussions, lessons learned and relevant case studies
- Join practical sessions and address real-world business challenges
- Learn about innovations in digital communications and applications for emerging technologies
- Reconnect with colleagues, build new relationships, and broaden your network
- Engage with leaders in Medical Information and Communications
Why should you attend this conference?
“Medical information is even more necessary in times of uncertainty, and this event is essential to stay up-to-date, learn from each other, and stay at the forefront of our professional role.”?
“Around us, things have been moving fast this last year. The DIA conferences will be an opportunity to stop and think about how we can further develop the visibility of medical information. You will be able to learn from your peers and create a valuable network.”
Who should attend?
- Leaders of Medical Information services
- Regional leads of medical information and communications functions
- Global leads of medical information and communications functions
- Managers of medical information and communications functions
- Medical Information specialists
- Medical Communications specialists
- Medical Affairs professionals
Elvar Eyjolfsson • Director Global Medical Information
Otsuka Pharmaceutical Europe Ltd., United Kingdom
Hakan Aribas, MD • Sr. Medical Information and Communication Manager
NOVARTIS PHARMA, Turkey
Isabelle C. Widmer, DrMed • Medical Affairs Consultant
elytra GmbH, Switzerland
Jürgen W.G. Bentz, MD, PhD, MSc • Head of Medical Information & Patient Support
Katia Castrillo, PhD • Medical Information Europe Capability Manager
Eli Lilly, Ireland
Marie-Luise Helmich, PhD • Head of Europe Medical Information
Michelle Bridenbaker, BSN, MS • Head of Global Medical Information
Idorsia Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Switzerland
Monica Rojo Abril • Medical Information Manager Iberia Cluster
Gruenenthal Pharma S.A., Spain
Peter Brodbin • Director of Medical Information Effectiveness
Pfizer Limited, United Kingdom
Sabine Lischka-Wittmann, DrSc • Director Medical Information Europe
Lilly Deutschland GmbH, Germany
Sarah Dunnett • Medical Operations Partner
Sarah Dunnett Consulting Ltd, United Kingdom
Sara Torgal, MPharm • Senior Manager, Scientific Programs