Call for Abstracts

The Call for Abstracts is now closed.

With around 20 topics to choose from, the SCDM 2017 Annual Conference is the ideal platform for you to not only showcase your knowledge and experience, but also to inspire leading researchers and opinion leaders.

Seize the opportunity to contribute to the inspiring educational program of the SCDM 2017 Annual Conference and share your knowledge with you peers!

Any questions? Contact us at AnnualConference@scdm.org

Submit your Abstract

The deadline to submit your abstract is May 2.
Deadline extended to May 7!

Read the Submission Guidelines

Please read these guidelines before submitting your abstract.

Interested in submitting an abstract?
Check out this video from 2016 on tips & tricks on how to write an abstract.

Session Formats

The 2017 Annual Conference Task Force invites the submission of abstracts under the following presentation formats:

  • Oral presentations – the familiar presentation session consisting of three 20- to 25-minute speeches, followed by questions and discussion;
    Submissions will take the usual form of a description of the content of an eventual PowerPoint presentation.
  • Panel discussions – experts in the field, who share facts, offer opinions and respond to audience questions either through questions curated by the moderator or taken from the audience directly.
    Submissions should consist of a description of how you could participate in and contribute to the topic under discussion.
  • Roundtable presentations – extended discussion among a small group, the presenter will be giving and receiving targeted feedback, engaging in in-depth discussions, and meeting colleagues with similar interests.
    Submissions should consist of a description of how you could participate in and contribute to the topic under discussion.
  • Poster presentations – structured but more creative visual presentation of one’s research and/or organizational processes presented on a 4’ x 8’ board.
    Submissions should include a summary of background/ problem information, primary objectives of the work, methods used to obtain and analyze the data, results or findings from your work, with a discussion and conclusion that will help others in their work.

Session Topics

Presentation Sessions

  • Answering the Age Old Question, “Are We There Yet?
  • Clean Data Faster: Leveraging EDC/CTMS in Global Studies
  • Professional Development and Graduate Degree Programs for CDM
  • Dramatic Change in China Clinical Data Management
  • Emerging Trends in Clinical Data Capture and Clinical Research Technologies
  • Fail-Safe Central Data Monitoring in RBM – How Do We Achieve It?
  • Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness in Data Management of Oncology Studies
  • Optimal Use of Today’s Data Management Tools When Monitoring a Clinical Site
  • Medical Data Review
  • eSource and the World of Opportunities
  • Can You See It? Handling Imaging Data And New Imaging Criterias
  • Unstructured and Structured Big Data Convergence for Bridging Clinical, Regulatory, and Commercialization
  • SDTM and CDASH: Why You Need BOTH!
  • Artificial Intelligence and Clinical Development

Panel Discussion Sessions

  • SDV – What Is It Good For? Absolutely Nothing!
  • ePRO: Going from Good to Great
  • US and Europe Data Management after the Offfshoring Efforts
  • CDASH V2.0 – Whats New and How Does It Impact Me?

Roundtable Sessions

  • IND Reports Preparation and Submission
  • Ensure Drug Adherence Monitoring and Improvement Using Electronic Devices
  • Study Medication Compliance Data Collection Challenges
Submit your Abstract

The deadline to submit your abstract is May 2.

Read the Submission Guidelines

Please read these guidelines before submitting your abstract.