Another year, another successful DIA event!
The DIA 2017 Annual Meeting was bustling again this year with presentations, networking, and a packed exhibition hall! CRF Health was positioned just inside the doors at McCormick Place with a booth that offered attendees a fun break in between sessions.
The GIANT prize wheel
So many of you stopped by our prize wheel with the chance at winning anything from gift cards to a free Fitbit. Our thanks to all who stood in line and waited for a turn, and huge congrats to those who won big and walked away with a Fitbit! We had so much success at the wheel that we owe some of you digital gift cards/Fitbits (fear not, they're on their way!).
Have thoughts for a fun booth activity next year? We want to know! Email us your ideas here.
Hands-on with TrialConsentTM
We hope that after you spun the prize wheel you had an opportunity to visit our TrialConsentTM kiosk, where we offered a real-life preview into how the electronic informed consent solution works. Elevating the informed consent process, TrialConsentTM minimizes regulatory risk, enhances participant understanding, reduces costs, and streamlines development. Learn more about TrialConsentTM here.
Get in touch with CRF Health presenters
Paul O'Donohoe, MSc and Dr. Jill Platko spoke about the role of technology in modern day clinical trials on Tuesday. To learn more / speak directly with Paul or Jill about using eCOA or eConsent technology on your next clinical trial, click here.
View the photo album
Check out the pictures we snapped during the event - did you make it into our DIA 2017 album? Click here to revisit the memories made at the DIA 2017 Annual Meeting.
So much fun, let's do it again next year!
We had lots of fun meeting and talking with you - let's do it again next year in Boston! Check back with us in 2018 to learn more about when we're presenting, where our booth will be, and how you can connect with us! Have questions now that the event is over? Contact us.
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Jackie Brusch is the Content Marketing Manager at CRF Health.More Content by Jackie Brusch