Get Ready for Electronic Document Management Conference

The Drug Information Association (DIA) have just released their Call for Abstracts for the upcoming Electronic Document Management conference in Leiden, Netherlands in May 2016, as follows:

DIA invites you to submit abstracts for this upcoming conference in Leiden, only a 20 minute drive from Amsterdam Schiphol airport. Join fellow experts and play a part in moving towards new and more efficient ways of managing documentation. How can we achieve systems that allow multidimensional reporting? How do we move from thinking based on individual sheets of paper, to an information matrix that approaches the topic from a needs-perspective?

View topics and details in the Call for Abstracts flyer and take the first step in becoming a speaker.

Please note: The deadline for submission of abstracts is 31 December so you need to act fast. It would be great to see some industry case studies on the agenda. Let us know the document management challenges you are facing and how you are tackling them. Topics that I am particularly keen to see on the agenda are:

  • eTMF and content authoring
  • Integrating eTMF and enterprise content/document management
  • Interoperability (e.g. eTMF with eTMF, eTMF with eDM, eTMF with data warehouse)
  • Big data, data mining (signal detection) and data warehouses
  • Interoperability and taxonomy/standardisation
  • CRO Integration of processes
  • Outsourcing and Infrastructure
  • Controlled vocabularies and reference sources
  • Approving content and documents electronically
  • Integrating electronic signatures into business applications
  • Long term digital preservation of electronic content
  • Compliance tracking, analytics and management reporting
  • eISF and investigator portals
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Records management consultant to the life sciences / pharmaceutical industry
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